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This is more a gathering of information for ease of use than an outright Instructable. I’m not writing this as an expert on microcontrollers, I’m not...
Get the latest version at http://sourceforge.net/projects/winavr/files/WinAVR/ because I know some of the older versions don’t support either the m328...
Use Programmers Notepad to modify the Makfile. The program is located in the WinAVR directory in the pn folder: pn.exe. This could be done in Windows...
I suggest using Makefile.wpo because it optimizes your code:
I’m not going to get into detail about the options, but I would highly suggest you turn on line numbers:
First modification is the MCU name. I’m using an ATmega328P, case does matter! MCU = ATmega328P Second is the Programming hardware. That’s the USBtin...
Connect your microcontroller, programmer and computer. I’ve used instructions located at http://www.ladyada.net/make/usbtinyisp/avrdude.html as t...
Create a project group to put all your AVR code for this DIY project. If you have other project groups that you don’t want any more, it seems you hav...
Then add this particular project, Make sure you select the …\My Documents\MyProjects\Jet Turbines directory for it so you can keep all your files in o...
You won’t have to worry about names of any of your other files in any other project conflicting as long as you keep this project in its place.
For my example, I’ve used a tutorial located at http://hackaday.com/2010/11/05/avr-programming-03-reading-and-compiling-code/. Mike Szczys used compl...
Now do a Save All. The Makefile HAS to reside in the same directory as the file you want to make. Just as well though, if you’re programming differen...
The first time I typed this code, I got some errors. The errors are highlighted in pink at the bottom. The top setting is in pink because you can cus...
I pasted the correct code before the pics, so you can see how I fixed the bugs. The output for the correctly compiled code:
Once you get this screen, click on [WinAVR]Program and it will upload your program to the controller. Then cross your fingers. ;) Helpful info: Make...
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