avrLab tries to be an complete IDE for the AVR microcontroller chips from Atmel. It offers an editor with syntax highlighting which has standard editor commands like copy, cut, paste, goto line, search, and replace. Additionally, it includes support for tavrasm (a compiler for the AVR assembly language), uisp (used for the communication to the AVR), and much more.
|Tags||Scientific/Engineering Software Development Assemblers|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Support for avra assembler has been added, view options (highlight colors, font, etc.) can now be set, and a search-and-replace function has been added.
Release Notes: This release shows when the file is modified by attaching an asterisk after the filename, and warns if the text has not been saved before opening a new file or closing the application. Additionally, line numbers can be displayed. Many changes were made which are not visible to the user.
Release Notes: tavrasm and uisp are now working. A small improvement was made to the editor's syntax highlighting. The setup for uisp was improved. A configuration for parallel programmers was added, but this is only tested with stk500. More entries were added to the configuration file. Some bugfixes were made.
No changes have been submitted for this release.