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AVR port for CrossWorks?

Posted by Angel Gavrailov on December 15, 2005
I am just curious is an AVR port for CrossWorks for AVR expected?

RE: AVR port for CrossWorks?

Posted by Richard on December 15, 2005
It is hoped to support this eventually, but current new developments mean it will not be for a while.

It should be a very minor task to convert an existing AVR port to use CrossWorks. The inline asm used in the GCC port would have to be placed in a separate asm file.

Regards.

RE: AVR port for CrossWorks?

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on December 15, 2005
I think they use a something similar to avr-gcc as a compiler. I hope to see FreeRTOS for Rowley-AVR, because I like their IDE but I don't like their CTL. I have tried to use it, but with no significant success.


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