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dev/cross/avra-0.4_src.lha

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Short:Atmel AVR cross-assembler (source)
Author:jonah at colargol.tihlde.hist.no (Jon Anders Haugum)
Uploader:rdc cch pmc ru (Denis I Sotchenko)
Type:dev/cross
Version:0.4
Architecture:m68k-amigaos
Date:1999-08-08
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Readme:http://aminet.net/dev/cross/avra-0.4_src.readme
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    avra - Assember for the Atmel AVR microcontroller series
    Copyright (C) 1998-1999 Jon Anders Haugum

    This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
    it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
    the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
    (at your option) any later version.

    This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
    but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
    MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
    GNU General Public License for more details.

    You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
    along with this program; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to
    the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
    Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.


    Author of avra can be reached at:
       email: jonah at colargol.tihlde.hist.no
       www: http://www.colargol.tihlde.hist.no/~jonah/el/avra.html

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1. Introduction

avra is an assembler for the Atmel AVR microcontrollers, and it is
almost compatible with Atmel's own assembler. The difference is that
avra supports some extra preprocessor directives, and the macro-support
is better.

Since avra is written in ANSI C it should be possible to compile on
most systems.

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2. Installation

To install avra you should copy the avra-executeable to a apropriate location.

To compile you should rename the apropritate makefile, and do a make (use smake
for Amiga SAS/C, and nmake for Mickeysoft visual c++).


2.1 Linux

First you should compile the source by typing make.

avra should be copied to /usr/local/bin/ or other apropriate directory.

Doing a 'make install' will do the same thing.


2.2 AmigaOS

avra should be copied to c: or other apropriate directory.

If you are using the source-distribution a 'make install' will do the same.


2.3 win32 (Windows 95 (++) and Windows NT)

avra.exe should be copied to an apropriate location.  A 'nmake install' will
copy it and avra.def to c:\bin\

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4. Adding support for other systems

avra is written mostly in ANSI-C, so it should be possible to port it
to other 32-bit systems.

Checklist to do a port:
 -Make a system-dependent Makefile
 -Send your modification to the author, so they can be included in the next
  release.


Contents of dev/cross/avra-0.4_src.lha
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[generic]                 1735    5378  32.3% -lh5- a8f4 Jan 28  1999 avra-0.4/args.c
[generic]                  963    2117  45.5% -lh5- 770f Jan 28  1999 avra-0.4/args.h
[generic]                 1804    3860  46.7% -lh5- 99f3 Mar 24  1999 avra-0.4/avra.1
[generic]                 2615    7718  33.9% -lh5- 3bbb Mar 24  1999 avra-0.4/avra.c
[generic]                 2196    6936  31.7% -lh5- dcfe Mar 24  1999 avra-0.4/avra.h
[generic]                 1875    4554  41.2% -lh5- fd3c Mar 24  1999 avra-0.4/avra.txt
[generic]                 7126   18404  38.7% -lh5- b55e Jan 28  1999 avra-0.4/copying
[generic]                  928    2160  43.0% -lh5- c91d Mar 24  1999 avra-0.4/device.c
[generic]                  136     217  62.7% -lh5- d248 Jan 28  1999 avra-0.4/device.h
[generic]                 4035   18795  21.5% -lh5- 630e Mar 24  1999 avra-0.4/directiv.c
[generic]                 3428   13529  25.3% -lh5- ef0d Mar 24  1999 avra-0.4/expr.c
[generic]                 1945    6337  30.7% -lh5- 2c80 Mar 24  1999 avra-0.4/file.c
[generic]                 2300    7467  30.8% -lh5- 5456 Mar 24  1999 avra-0.4/macro.c
[generic]                  659    2036  32.4% -lh5- 9c83 Mar 24  1999 avra-0.4/makefile.amiga.gcc
[generic]                  615    1969  31.2% -lh5- 395c Mar 24  1999 avra-0.4/makefile.amiga.sas
[generic]                  627    1862  33.7% -lh5- 3fe5 Mar 24  1999 avra-0.4/makefile.linux
[generic]                  374    1193  31.3% -lh5- 931e Jan 28  1999 avra-0.4/makefile.win32.mvc
[generic]                  431    1089  39.6% -lh5- 41e4 Jan 28  1999 avra-0.4/map.c
[generic]                   59      59 100.0% -lh0- cfaa Jan 28  1999 avra-0.4/misc.h
[generic]                 4686   22382  20.9% -lh5- 8f50 Mar 24  1999 avra-0.4/mnemonic.c
[generic]                 2704    9286  29.1% -lh5- be55 Mar 24  1999 avra-0.4/parser.c
[generic]                 1187    2649  44.8% -lh5- 3ff0 Mar 24  1999 avra-0.4/readme
[generic]                  568    2477  22.9% -lh5- ec6f Jan 28  1999 avra-0.4/stdextra.c
[generic]                  211     331  63.7% -lh5- 0cd0 Jan 28  1999 avra-0.4/strip-headers
[generic]                  195     286  68.2% -lh5- 4c39 Feb  4  1999 avra-0.4/todo
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 Total        25 files   43402  143091  30.3%            Aug  8  1999

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