I am working with the free WinAVR software, currently the "Portable" version (no install needed). It is all just unzipped (or copied) to the ROOT of some drive, hard or flash.
I have mine on a USB Flash Drive, and have been using it on a Windows 32-bit Vista system.
The code is ".c", and I edit with their "Programmers Notepad". Then, using a properly-prepared "Makefile" file, it compiles, assembles, and links to make a ".hex" file, all with just one menu click.
Then, I use their AVRdude program (via a ".bat" file modified for the specific programmer I decide to use) to flash the AVR-CAN board.
I have been told that I can post the source folder, with all of its many supporting programs. I will try to remove some of the unused programs to an "Unused" sub-folder, for clarity. Then, I will zip the folder (containing SOC Meter version F1.07) and post the zip file.
NOTE: This SAME firmware is used to send CAN messages (binary, not ASCII) to the PC for viewing and logging using CAN-Do.
Last edited by garygid
on Sun Jul 24, 2011 8:03 am, edited 2 times in total.
See SOC/GID-Meter and CAN-Do Info
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