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2004\02\16@183214 by Liam O'Hagan

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Howdy everyone,

I've been playing around with BASCOM AVR for a few months now, and it's
perfectly functional, but I'd like to move on to a more 'serious'
compiler...

Which would be the better choice?

GCC AVR?

IAR C

Another option?

Ideally something which can integrate into AVR Studio, or that has a nice
IDE of it's own, would be preferable.

Thanks for your suggestions!

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2004\02\16@183214 by Liam O'Hagan

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Howdy everyone,

I've been playing around with BASCOM AVR for a few months now, and it's
perfectly functional, but I'd like to move on to a more 'serious'
compiler...

Which would be the better choice?

GCC AVR?

IAR C

Another option?

Ideally something which can integrate into AVR Studio, or that has a nice
IDE of it's own, would be preferable.

Thanks for your suggestions!

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2004\02\16@184250 by stanton54

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AVRGCC is excellent, although you have to be very careful using the
optimizer (it gets a little over-enthusiastic about removing
'unnecessary' code). Haven't had any other problems with it. Besides,
you can't beat GCC's price, so it's worth at least trying.


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2004\02\16@184250 by stanton54

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AVRGCC is excellent, although you have to be very careful using the
optimizer (it gets a little over-enthusiastic about removing
'unnecessary' code). Haven't had any other problems with it. Besides,
you can't beat GCC's price, so it's worth at least trying.


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2004\02\16@184702 by ?Q?Pavel_Ko=F8ensk=FD?=

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I bought ICC AVR couple of years ago and I am totally happy with it.
Very good ANSI C compiler, excellent support from the author and good
price (something like 149 or 199 USD, I do not remember exactly).

Best regards


PavelK

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2004\02\16@184702 by ?Q?Pavel_Ko=F8ensk=FD?=

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I bought ICC AVR couple of years ago and I am totally happy with it.
Very good ANSI C compiler, excellent support from the author and good
price (something like 149 or 199 USD, I do not remember exactly).

Best regards


PavelK

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