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'[AVR] winavr assembler vs Atmel assembler...'
2006\01\22@075535 by William Chops Westfield

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Hmm.  Stupid question time, I guess...

The avr-as included as part of the winavr package is just an avr
specific gnu assembler, and as such makes no attempt to be compatible
with the Atmel assembler syntax.  Right?  Rats!

(whereas gpasm is designed specifically to be compatible with
microchips assembler...)

I don't suppose that there's a unix assembler for AVR that IS
compatible with the atmel assembler?  (for MacOSX, although so
far open source linux command line utilities seem to compile and
run just fine fine on the mac...)

Thanks
Bill W

2006\01\22@082152 by Xiaofan Chen

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On 1/22/06, William Chops Westfield <spam_OUTwestfwTakeThisOuTspammac.com> wrote:
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> I don't suppose that there's a unix assembler for AVR that IS
> compatible with the atmel assembler?  (for MacOSX, although so
> far open source linux command line utilities seem to compile and
> run just fine fine on the mac...)

Try avra here:
http://avra.sourceforge.net/

Regards,
Xiaofan

2006\01\22@091507 by William Chops Westfield

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On Jan 22, 2006, at 5:14 AM, Xiaofan Chen wrote:

>> I don't suppose that there's a unix assembler for AVR that IS
>> compatible with the atmel assembler?

> Try avra here: http://avra.sourceforge.net/

Perfect!  Works fine, except for pagebreak (ctrl-L) handling,
which is a bit weird but easy enough to fix...

Thanks!
Bill W

2006\01\22@184147 by Chetan Bhargava

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I have been using AVRA for quite some time, works just fine.

On 1/22/06, William Chops Westfield <.....westfwKILLspamspam@spam@mac.com> wrote:
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> On Jan 22, 2006, at 5:14 AM, Xiaofan Chen wrote:
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> >> I don't suppose that there's a unix assembler for AVR that IS
> >> compatible with the atmel assembler?

2006\01\22@215217 by Chen Xiao Fan

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> From: piclist-bouncesspamKILLspammit.edu
> [.....piclist-bouncesKILLspamspam.....mit.edu] On Behalf Of Chetan Bhargava
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> I have been using AVRA for quite some time, works just fine.

I have not used AVRA. Is it compatible with both AVR
Assembler 2 and the original AVR assembler? I know
AVRstudio 4.xx comes with both versions.

My colleagues in Berlin use mostly IAR assemblers. Is
AVRA compatible with it as well?

I know the assembler from AVR GCC is painful to use
and even painful to look at.

My experience with AVR is limited to rebuilding some
of the firmware developed by my colleagues. I look
into their codes even though I am using PIC.

Regards,
Xiaofan


'[AVR] winavr assembler vs Atmel assembler...'
2006\02\03@214917 by dodav666 (sent by Nabble.com)
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IMHO -- The biggest problem with avr-as is that you cant assemble ANY of the sample code from atmel.

Which rev of avra are you using?

I forgot to take better notes on the version that I origionally ran up it was not exactly generalized but it worked. When I installed the most recent one since it was supposed to support the tiny25/45/85 it cores (1.1.0 on osx panther) (by this time i had overwritten my working assembler)  so I am patching 1.0.1 to add the tiny45 and moving on to the meat of the matter working on my target code witout sending money to the filfthy rich man up north. I will add the "debug the new avra" to my list of things to do someday.

Bleah

Don.
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2006\02\03@233924 by William Chops Westfield

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On Feb 3, 2006, at 6:49 PM, dodav666 (sent by Nabble.com) wrote:

> Which rev of avra are you using?
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> I When I installed the most recent one (1.1.0 on osx panther) since
> it was supposed to support the tiny25/45/85 it cores...

Huh.  That's the same version(s) I'm running, and it assembled my
old tiny-11 module just fine.  Did you compile from source or
download a binary?

BillW

2006\02\04@000135 by dodav666 (sent by Nabble.com)

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source using gcc 3.3

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2006\02\04@002013 by dodav666 (sent by Nabble.com)

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I would have compiled from the source blessed by either the debian or freebsd communities but I noticed that avra seems to have dropped out of the freebsd ports collection (usually a bad sign) so I dropped back to the last official release from sourceforge. My patched version of 1.0.1 seems to work fine. I am now futzing around with setting the fuses using avrdude to get my.  

I punted at this point last week after upgrading from the 15 to the 45 (I was doing fine with the tiny15) and and ran up avr studio4 on a work computer running w2k and replicated the results using avrstudio under virtual pc. I am going back to make it work with xcode.

Its good to know that its just me and that the code works elsewhere :)

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