AVR Cross Development Kit is a CDK for Atmel's AVR RISC processor series. It provides a comprehensive assembler and C development environment on Linux or similar host systems.
|Tags||Software Development Assemblers Compilers Debuggers Disassemblers Embedded Systems Libraries|
|Licenses||BSD Original GPL|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
|Implementation||Assembly C C++|
Release Notes: There are minor feature enhancements in AVR-Ada 0.4.1. As a result, the packeges for binutils and gcc/gnat were rebuilt. There are new packages for the AVR-Ada run time system and related examples.
Release Notes: All packages have been reworked and rebuilt inside a new, private build environment. Debian and Slackware installation packages can now be built (this is experimental and untested). This release adds packages for Insight Debugger, The Procyon AVRlib, The AVR HALlib, and The Atmel AVR Programmer Tools. Geany now comes with some AVR-related default values.
Release Notes: This release includes GENtoHEX 0.2, HEXtoGEN 0.1, HexModify 1.0, AVRprog 0.2, and SP12 2.0.7. The simulavr-ddd 1.0 package was added, which describes how to use the AVR GDB with Simulavr and DDD as a front-end.
Release Notes: Almost all packages were upgraded to their latest stable release or CVS snapshots. This included avarice 2.0.20030825 (CVS), avrdude 4.2.0, avrlibc 0.99.90.20030826 (CVS), binutils 2.14, cisp 1.0.3, gcc 3.3.1, gdb 5.3, gdb 6.0.20030904 (CVS), simulavr 0.1.1.20030829 (CVS), tavrasm 1.19, tools 3.1 (including srecord 1.16, Hex2bin 1.0.2, and jtag 0.5), and uisp 20030827 (CVS).