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July 23, 2010 AT 8:19 am

Developing Software for the Atmel AVR with AVR-Eclipse, AVR-GCC & AVRDude

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Developing Software for the Atmel AVR with AVR-Eclipse, AVR-GCC & AVRDude from Interactive Matter –

Developing software – or better firmware – for the Atmel AVR can be quite easy or quite complicated. A lot of people like to just use vi, some source files and a make file. Here at Interactive Matter we are a tad lazy and want a fully fledged IDE, with code completion, one click building, no make files and buttons to flash the AVR. The easiest was is to achieve this with Open Source Software, using avr-gcc, avrdude and avr-eclipse. This guide explains how to install and use it.


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2 Comments

  1. WOO HOO! I have been using Eclipse for AVR and love it. Hopefully fully debugging like in AVR studio will work in Eclipse some day

  2. Hi @cmartin0 I think you can already do that with AVR-Eclipse but you need a JTAG/programmer debugger.

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