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<p>This Eclipse Plugin provides some tools and settings for developing C programs for the ATMEL AVR series of embedded processors with the Eclipse IDE. It is open source and freely available under the terms of the GNU General Public Licence (GPL)</p>
The plugin provides the following main functions on top of the CDT features:</p>
<li>Selection of a target processor</li>
<li>Custom managed build tools for the AVR-GCC toolchain incl.</li>
<li>Creating the hex dump image files needed for downloading to an AVR processor</li>
<li>Upload of the project to a target processor</li>
<li>Graphical editor for Fuse- and Lockbits</li>
<li>A viewer showing some information about the selected AVR processor</li>
<li>Full integration in CDT</li>
It has been successfully tested with Windows, Linux and Mac OS X and should work with on any other platform supporting the AVR-GCC toolchain.</p>
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Submitted by Mina Sadek on Tue, 2019-02-19 18:45
Eclipse 4.10 doesn't support the AVR plugin. Please provide support for that great plugin in the new eclipse 4.10.
Submitted by Ruro Uni on Sun, 2018-12-09 07:30
now the Avr Eclipse plugin is able to correctly identify other chips. it was only ATmega16 at 16MHz. compile and upload is running fine. thank you...