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AVR323 port - WinAVR

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on September 21, 2005
If one is using STK300 - that supports this processor - How does one go about debugging the program - short of burning it in flash everytime.
Is there a way to simulate it using some tools without buying some expensive commercial tools?

RE: AVR323 port - WinAVR

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on September 21, 2005
AVRStudio has a very good simulator and is free. It will simulate the internal peripherals, but I'm not sure about external interrupts. I think there is a way of doing it but I have never tried.

There are also some low cost AVR tools around. Checkout the AVRFeaks.net WEB site.

RE: AVR323 port - WinAVR

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on September 24, 2005
Thanks.
AVR studio supports only ASM files?
Is there a component that will let me add C files. I would like to debug an application running on FreeRTOs
Thanks again

RE: AVR323 port - WinAVR

Posted by Richard on September 24, 2005
Although AVRStudio will not compile C file, it will quite happily allow you to debug them.

Compile you source (from the command line) to include debug information (gcc -g option), then simply open the resultant elf file within AVRStudio. It will automatically create a project that includes all the C files, and allow you to debug at the C level.

Regards.


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