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cdk-avr-avarice-2.2-20040229 RPM for i386

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Name: cdk-avr-avarice Distribution: LiPronix
Version: 2.2 Vendor: Li-Pro.Net
Release: 20040229 Build date: Sun Feb 29 03:51:32 2004
Group: Development/CDK4AVR/debugger Build host:
Size: 276424 Source RPM: cdk-avr-avarice-2.2-20040229.src.rpm
Packager: Stephan Linz <>
Summary: CDK4AVR -- JTAG ICE for GDB
CDK4AVR stands for Cross Development Kit for Atmels AVR RISC processor serie
and should you support with a comprehensive Assembler and C development
environment for even this processor familie under Linux. It will present only
free of fee tools, so you can use it without risks. Further you will finde
some useful OS projects and related sample code all arround AVRs inside of
the example packages.

Til now there are the following packages available:

   * see cdk-avr-base package

AVaRICE is a program which interface the GNU debugger GDB with the AVR JTAG
ICE available from Atmel.

In recent times, GCC added support for the AVR series of microcontrollers.
This has been quite the boon for those of us who write embedded applications
for processors with "leaner" architectures. Recently, Atmel announced the
availability of a JTAG box for the AVR. Until now, there was no way to
interface to this device with GDB.

AVaRICE runs on a POSIX machine and connects to GDB via a TCP socket and
communicates via GDB's "serial debug protocol". This protocol allows GDB to
send commands like "set/remove breakpoint" and "read/write memory".

AVaRICE translates these commands into the Atmel protocol used to control
the AVR JTAG ICE. Connection to the AVR JTAG ICE is via a serial port on the
POSIX machine.

Because the GDB <---> AVaRICE connection is via a TCP socket, the two programs
do not need to run on the same machine. In an office environment, this allows
a developer to debug a target in the lab from the comfort of their cube (or
even better, their home!) This collection includes:

   * avarice: JTAG ICE GDB connectivity for AVR RISC processor serie

Install avarice if you need to perform any of these types of actions at
your AVR (eva)board.  Only some programmers or users of ATmegas will
want to install avarice.






* Sun Feb 29 2004 Stephan Linz <>
  - upgrade to latest avarice version 2.2 (now as bz2)
  - replace each ( .. ) construct with pushd/popd
* Mon Oct 20 2003 Stephan Linz <>
  - upgrade to latest avarice cvs snapshot 2.0.20030925
* Sat Sep 06 2003 Stephan Linz <>
  - upgrade to latest avarice cvs snapshot 2.0.20030825
  - added new doc-man package
  - more documentation about homebrewed ICE
* Sun Nov 03 2002 Stephan Linz <>
  - initial version cloned from cdk4avr-simulavr package



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