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westfw


skyjumper



Have you tried this core?
http://www.avr-developers.com/



Cool!!!

I just installed those, and my app compiled with a String and Serial1 in there, so i have hope. No time to test tonight but I'll play tomorrow. This my just solve my problem, thank you!


skyjumper

This was a great solution for me. Everything compiles and runs like a champ, thank you for pointing this out!


CrossRoads

Fill me in on what you changed. My IDE install at home is totally hosed from the mucking about I did to get the 644P working for the demo I wrote for you, can't compile anything anymore.
I want to remove it all, reload with -0021, and then update from there for the 644P again.
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skyjumper


Fill me in on what you changed. My IDE install at home is totally hosed from the mucking about I did to get the 644P working for the demo I wrote for you, can't compile anything anymore.
I want to remove it all, reload with -0021, and then update from there for the 644P again.


Er, sorry about that :-(

This is super easy though, although these cores are adapted for 0022. I doubt that will matter. If you do this and select the ATMega644P from the boards menu then it will use these, and probably use the 0021 cores for the native boards. This guy supports almost everything under creation. Not the next gen faster chips though. I was hoping for that! Atmel told me the newer ones have much better performance. Oh well.

Anyhow, go here:

http://www.avr-developers.com/corefiles/index.html

And like he says on that page, unzip his dirtro into the hardware folder. Thats it!
 

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