Need Assembly to Hex converter for AVR ATmega series

Discussion in 'Embedded Systems and Microcontrollers' started by rushi53, Aug 29, 2009.

  1. rushi53

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    May 8, 2009
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    Hi all,

    I need Assembly to Hex converter for AVR ATmega8, ATmega16, ATmega32.

    I am very much familiar with 8051 and now I want to start with AVR
    I am writing AVR programs ONLY in assembly language.

    Please help me in this regard.
    Waiting for your replies

    :)


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    Rushikesh
    www.projectsof8051.com
     
  2. nanovate

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    May 7, 2007
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    Download AVR Studio from Atmel and use the assembler that is included.
     
  3. rushi53

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    May 8, 2009
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    Thanks for the quick reply

    I have just visited atmel site
    it contains many Softwares like AVR Studio 4.17 (build 666), AVR Studio 4.16 SP1 (build 638), AVR Studio 4.16 (build 628)
    and many more

    Which one should I download?
    and is it a free version ? I mean full version
    or is it a demo/ trial version ?
     
  4. hgmjr

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    Jan 28, 2005
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    I suggest you get the most recent release. It has all of the latest features and fixes.

    AVRSTUDIO4 is completely free and it is the full-featured version. It has not been crippled in any way.

    hgmjr
     
  5. rushi53

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    May 8, 2009
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    Hey, thanks for the information,
    I will go ahead with AVRSTUDIO4

    thanks :)
     
  6. hgmjr

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    If you decide to experiment with c-language programming, you can get the c-compiler add-in to AVRSTUDIO4 at www.sourgeforge.net. Just look for WINAVR and install it. WINAVR is also free and uncrippled. It will detect that you have AVRSTUDIO4 and will add itself to the selection list so that it will be available as one of the choices when you start a new project.

    If you have not explored C programming, I suggest you take a look at it. There are a number of advantages to C programming that are well worth your time and effort to learn.

    hgmjr
     
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