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Simulate C-code for an AVR

  • Thread starter Klaus C Nielsen (DK)
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Klaus C Nielsen (DK)

Jan 1, 1970
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Hi all,

Can I in any way simulate my compiled C-code for an AVR using Studio or
another tool?
And does it cost a fortune?
Years ago I was excited by the possibility of simulating my assembler
code for a PIC using the Microchip IDE only.

TIA
Regards
 
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Tom

Jan 1, 1970
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Klaus said:
Hi all,

Can I in any way simulate my compiled C-code for an AVR using Studio or
another tool?
And does it cost a fortune?
Years ago I was excited by the possibility of simulating my assembler
code for a PIC using the Microchip IDE only.

TIA
Regards
Since Win-AVR has been integrated into AVR Studio, it should work.
Other C compilers I don't know, but Win-AVR should work.
 
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Klaus C Nielsen (DK)

Jan 1, 1970
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Thanks alot Tom.

Tom skrev:
Since Win-AVR has been integrated into AVR Studio, it should work. Other
C compilers I don't know, but Win-AVR should work.
 
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Rich Webb

Jan 1, 1970
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Hi all,

Can I in any way simulate my compiled C-code for an AVR using Studio or
another tool?
And does it cost a fortune?
Years ago I was excited by the possibility of simulating my assembler
code for a PIC using the Microchip IDE only.

The Imagecraft AVR compiler also produces the correct magic to allow
AVR Studio to do C source-level debugging.
 
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Lord Vain

Jan 1, 1970
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Klaus C Nielsen (DK) said:
Hi all,

Can I in any way simulate my compiled C-code for an AVR using Studio or
another tool?
And does it cost a fortune?
Years ago I was excited by the possibility of simulating my assembler
code for a PIC using the Microchip IDE only.

Yes AVR Studio 4 (which is free as a download) allows this as it has GCC
built in. I do AVR simulations of my C code on it all the time ;)


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