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cdk-avr-tools-1.0-20021117 RPM for i386

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Name: cdk-avr-tools Distribution: LiPronix
Version: 1.0 Vendor: Li-Pro.Net
Release: 20021117 Build date: Mon Nov 18 00:18:17 2002
Group: Development/CDK4AVR/assembler Build host:
Size: 1917277 Source RPM: cdk-avr-tools-1.0-20021117.src.rpm
Packager: Stephan Linz <>
Summary: CDK4AVR -- usefull tools
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

This is a collection of some usefull tools and utilities. For more see below.

The SRecord package is a collection of powerful tools for manipulating
EPROM load files.

* The SRecord package understands a number of file formats: Motorola
  S-Record, Intel, Tektronix, Binary.  These file formats may be read
  and written.  Also C array definitions, for output only.

* The SRecord package has a number of tools: srec_cat for copying and
  and converting files, srec_cmp for comparing files and srec_info for
  printing summaries.

* The SRecord package has a number for filters: checksum to add checksums
  to the data, crop to keep address ranges, exclude to remove address
  ranges, fill to plug holes in the data, length to insert the data
  length, maximum to insert the data address maximum, minimum to insert
  the data address minimum, offset to adjust addresses, and split for
  wide data buses and memory striping.

More than one filter may be applied to each input file.  Different filters
may be applied to each input file.  All filters may be applied to all
file formats.

It comes from:


bin2hex converts raw binaries into Intel hex format usual needed by
Flash/(E)EPROM device programmers.

It comes from:


Hex2Bin converts Intel/Motorola hex files usualy generated by assemblers
into raw binary. The conversion does minimal error checking since many hex
files are generated by known good assemblers.

It comes from:


avr2iar and iar2avr are converters between the two different assambly
language syntaxes of Atmels AVR assembler and IAR assembler for AVR. Both
tools read from stdin and write to stdout.

It comes from:







* Sun Nov 17 2002 Stephan Linz <>
  - initial version cloned from cdk4avr-tavrasm package



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