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an upload tool for AVR microcontrollers

This package is based on the package 'avrdude' from project 'openSUSE:Factory'.

avrdude is a tool for avr microcontrollers and drives many hardware
in-system programmers. avrdude allows you to programm your
microcontroller through USB or parallel port of your computer.

Source Files

Filename Size Changed Actions
_service 469 Bytes about 2 years ago Download File
avrdude-5.11-no-builddate.diff 931 Bytes about 1 month ago Download File
avrdude-6.3.tar.gz 888 KB about 1 month ago Download File
avrdude-ipv6.patch 4.51 KB about 2 years ago Download File
avrdude-usbdevices 352 Bytes about 2 years ago Download File
avrdude.changes 13 KB about 1 month ago Download File
avrdude.spec 4.26 KB about 1 month ago Download File
modprobe.avrdude_parport 93 Bytes almost 10 years ago Download File

Latest Revision

Torsten Duwe Torsten Duwe (duwe) accepted request 375162 23 days ago (revision 242)
- Update to 6.3
  * New devices supported:
  - ATmega48PB, ATmega88PB, ATmega168PB
  - ATtiny28 (HVPP-only device)
  - AT90PWM216 (bug #42310: New part description for AT90PWM216)
  - ATmega32M1 (patch #7694 Add support for the atmega32m1)
  * New programmers supported:
  - Atmel mEDBG: xplainedmini, xplainedmini_dw
  - ftdi_syncbb
  -  uncompatino, ttl232r (FTDI TTL232R-5V with ICSP adapter)
     (patch #8529 2 more ftdi_syncbb devices)
  - Atmel DFU, using FLIP protocol version 1 (AT90USB and ATmegaU
    devices), or version 2 (Xmega devices)
  - Atmel-ICE (ARM/AVR), JTAG, PDI, debugWIRE, ISP modi
  * Major changes compared to the previous version:
  - The stk500v2 implementation now uses its own higher-level
    command implementation for byte-wide access, rather than the
    historic SPI_MULTI command where all the low-level ISP
    implementation had to be assembled manually inside AVRDUDE. In
    addition to the traditional STK500, this implementation is also
    used by all the more modern Atmel tools (AVRISPmkII, JTAGICEmkII
    in ISP mode, STK600 in ISP mode).
  - The -B option can be suffixed with "Hz", "kHz", or "MHz", in
    order to specify a bitclock frequency rather than period.
  - Print part id after signature (patch #8440 )
  - buspirate: Also support "cpufreq" extended parameter
    in binary mode (patch #8504 )
  - The "-P net:" syntax (forwarding of serial data over TCP) is now
    also implemented for Win32 systems.
  - Atmel EDBG protocol support added (JTAGICE3, XplainedPro, Atmel-ICE)

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