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******************************************************************************** * AVR Eclipse Plugin Release Notes * * * * A plugin supporting the development of applications for the * * AVR series of Processors. * * See details at * ******************************************************************************** ================================================================================ Version 2.4.0 The AVR Eclipse Plugin is now licensed under the EPL 1.0 instead of the GPL. This was done to facilitate bundling the plugin together with Eclipse and also to allow easier code "borrowing" from the Eclipse/CDT source code. Also the issues with the discovery of paths and symbols should be fixed, making the plugin work better under Eclipse Indigo (3.7). Other than that there are no new features and only a few small bugfixes to make the plugin more compatible with the latest releases of the AVR Toolchain. ================================================================================ Version 2.3.4 This release fixes the long standing issues with running on 64bit Windows. Also XMegas are now fully supported (at least as far as WinAVR supports them) ================================================================================ Version 2.3.3 This release fixes a single bug that caused failures with "makefile" AVR-GCC Projects. ================================================================================ Version 2.3.2 This release fixes some bugs and minor issues. See Changelog.txt for details. ================================================================================ Version 2.3.1 This is a major release with some new features 1. What's new * Support for Fuses / LockBits files - Two new wizards to create fuse and lockbit files (New -> Other -> AVR -> ....) - An editor to edit these files. - The files can be selected as the fuses / lockbits source on the AVRDude property Fuses / Lockbits pages. * Detailed preview of the selected fuse bytes on the project AVRDude property Fuses / Lockbits pages. * Some improvements "under the hood" and some bugfixes. See the changelog for details. 2. Information 2.1. System Requirements AVR Eclipse requires JRE 1.5 or higher and supports following versions of CDT: * CDT 5.0.x (Eclipse 3.4 [Ganymede]) * CDT 6.0.x (Eclipse 3.5 [Galileo]) * CDT 7.0.x (Eclipse 3.6 [Helios]) Note: The AVR Eclipse Plugin might work with CDT 4.0.x (Eclipse 3.3 [Europa]), but this hasn't been tested for quite some time. older versions of the JRE or of Eclipse / CDT are not supported. It has been tested with - Windows XP + winAVR 20081124rc3 / 20080610 - Linux X86 (Ubuntu 7.10 + Ubuntu supplied avr-gcc / custom build avr-gcc) - avrdude support has been tested against avrdude 5.5. Older version are untested. It should run on all platforms meeting the system requirements. 2.2 Known issues * When changing the MCU Type of a project, Eclipse will add the discovered symbols of the new MCU to the list of "build-in" symbols, but still keeps the symbols of the previous MCU Types (Eclipse currently never forgets any discovered symbols). The same goes for discovered include paths in case the toolchain is changed. ================================================================================ Version 2.2.0 release date: 18 June 2008 This is a major release with some new features. 1. What's new * Support for avrdude. The plugin now supports avrdude to upload projects to a target device. See the "Upload a project..." tutorial in the Getting Started section of the user documentation on how to use avrdude to upload projects. * New "AVR Supported MCUs" View A new view has been added to show all target MCUs supported by the plugin and the external tools used by the plugin. The view can be open via Window > Show View > Other... > AVR > AVR Supported MCUs * AVR target hardware properties (and avrdude properties) can now be set for each build configuration (like in 2.0, but unlike 2.1) * Some improvements "under the hood" and some bugfixes. See the changelog for details. ================================================================================ Version 2.1.1 release date: 25 March 2008 This release fixes two bugs. See the Changelog.txt for details. ================================================================================ Version 2.1.0 release date: 10 February 2008 This is an intermediate release with both bug fixes and new features. This release is not compatible with the 2.0 versions. To update projects created with a 2.0.x version, a project converter is available. To execute the converter right click on your project and select the "Convert To..." item. Avrdude - one of the most requested features - is still not supported, but there is already some framework code in place for the integration of avrdude in the next release. 1. What's new * C/C++ Support Just create a new "C++ Project" and select one of the "AVR Cross Target" items. * Preference Page to manage the paths to the avr-gcc toolchain Use this if you have problems with the correct paths. The plugin still tries to determine the paths to the avr-gcc toolchain and some other files itself, but the discovered paths can now be manually adjusted. * The MCU type setting is now a project property setting Right click on an AVR Project and select the AVR Target Hardware item to set the MCU Type and Frequency. Note: per configuration selection of the MCU / F_CPU will come back in one of the next versions, but implemented differently than in the 2.0 version. * A dedicated "Discovery Profile". On the project properties go to C/C++ Build --> Discovery Options and select "AVRGCCManagedMakePerProjectProfileC" or "AVRGCCManagedMakePerProjectProfileCPP". Then Eclipse will automatically determine the path to the system header filer (e.g. <avr/io.h>) This is very useful as now an F3 on any #include <....> will open the file. Also the source editor will color #ifdef (__AVR_yourMCUtype__) sections correctly (see known issues below). * Additional Options for the Compiler. A few options have been added that are also the default on mfile generated makefiles. * Dependencies for the Compiler (and Assembler) work now, so any changes to a header file will cause all dependent source files to be rebuild. * List of supported MCUs determined at runtime. Now the plugin is always in sync with your avr-gcc / winAVR version. * Numerous improvements "under the hood" and some bugfixes. See the changelog for details.
Source: readme.txt, updated 2012-03-04

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