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AVR Complier For ATmega128

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kaku88

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rvk basic + download

Please tell me where I can find the Assmebler complier for Atmega128.

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iar embedded workbench for avr 128

The AVR Studio from Atmel is a good choice and it's free. With GCC even C programming is possible.

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Olpga1
 

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#include <math.h> + atmega128

My favorite lately is from Image*Craft. Very easy to learn.

Good luck.
 

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codevision + math.h

Hi Kaku88,

Good choice on the ATMega 128!!
I've been using it for some time now and it's great.
If you're new to the AVR, check out the AVR websites and the Atmel website.
There are ton's of example projects and tools.
Choosing your compiler depends on the Language you wan't to use.
For example:
C:
- Codevision AVR (www.hpinfotech.ro)
- ImageCraft ICCAVR (www.imagecraft.com)
- IAR Embedded Workbench for AVR (www.iar.com)
- GCC AVR (gcc.gnu.org)
Pascal:
- Elabs ACRco (www.e-lab.de)
Basic:
- Bascom AVR (www.mcselec.com)
- FastAVR (www.fastavr.com)
- RVK Basic (www.rvkbob.com)
Forth:
- SwiftX AVR (www.forth.com)

The AVR Freaks site is a very good starting point and has a very extensive resource collection.
Check out www.avrfreaks.net
If you register, you can also get into the academy section with over 100 user projects.
Look in the elektroda forums to find more info on getting a working version of any of these compilers.

I personally use Codevision AVR because it has a great Wizard to get you started. Unfortunately it doesn't fully support ANSI C and also gets a little disorientated when you make big projects.

good luck,

Greetz venz.
 

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Hi,

i forgot to mention, not all compilers support the ATMega128 yet.
so check that out first!
 

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I have some problems with code vision, becase if i enable the external memory by wizard tool, esternal memory don't work!!!

Bye
 

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I'm using Code*Vision AVR and I/A/R. Can anybody tell me where I can download libraries for this compilers? I want to drive a Samsung Chipset Graphic LCD and a Virtual Serial Port.
Thanks
Ezequiel
 

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