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'[AVR] How many AVR users on the PIClist?'
2007\06\05@181356 by James Newton, Host

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May I have a quick show of click and send from those of you who have or are
interested in the AVR processors?

spam_OUTjamesnewtonTakeThisOuTspampiclist.com?subject=I_AVR&body=type%3A%0Dsite%3A%0Dcode%3> A

And if you have a second, include the type of AVR you use, your favorite
related web site (especially if you have one) and, for the very nice, copy
and paste your best example of AVR code.

If I get enough response, I may be able to build a good code library, which
seems to be missing from other AVR related sites.

Finally, I would really like to suggest that anyone who uses the PICList,
and is in the process of posting a question to one of the many AVR support
forums, please also take the few extra seconds to post the question here as
well with "[AVR] " at the start of the subject? I think we will be surprised
and how useful the PICList can be for AVR questions.

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P.S. for my motivation in posting this, please see my other post with
subject "[OT] Death of a PICList?"

2007\06\05@213038 by Richard Prosser

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Hi James,
My reply keeps getting bounced. The mailto  - subject doesn't work
with gmail & even if I enter "I_AVR" in manually as the subject I
still get bounced. Is "I_AVR" the correct subject to get past your
filter?


RP

On 06/06/07, James Newton, Host <jamesnewtonspamKILLspampiclist.com> wrote:
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2007\06\05@220447 by James Newtons Massmind

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> Hi James,
> My reply keeps getting bounced. The mailto  - subject doesn't
> work with gmail & even if I enter "I_AVR" in manually as the
> subject I still get bounced. Is "I_AVR" the correct subject
> to get past your filter?
>


I got the email. ASSP is getting a bit aggressive and needs to be
re-trained. Sorry.

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James.


2007\06\06@015336 by David P Harris

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Hi James -

Are you aware of the Procyon library at
http://hubbard.engr.scu.edu/avr/avrlib/ ?

It has a good selection of code for i/o, peripherals etc.

David

James Newton, Host wrote:

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2007\06\07@055200 by Chris McSweeny

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I use AVRs (don't really use PICs any more apart from for work due to
inertia there), but don't feel any need to post AVR specific questions here
- IME the forum at http://www.avrfreaks.net/ is great.

On 6/6/07, David P Harris <KILLspamdpharrisKILLspamspamtelus.net> wrote:
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2007\06\07@082300 by Michael Rigby-Jones

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>-----Original Message-----
>From: TakeThisOuTpiclist-bouncesEraseMEspamspam_OUTmit.edu [RemoveMEpiclist-bouncesspamTakeThisOuTmit.edu]
>On Behalf Of James Newton, Host
>Sent: 05 June 2007 23:14
>To: 'Microcontroller discussion list - Public.'
>Subject: [AVR] How many AVR users on the PIClist?
>
>
>May I have a quick show of click and send from those of you
>who have or are interested in the AVR processors?
>
>jamesnewtonEraseMEspam.....piclist.com?subject=I_AVR&body=type%3A%0Dsit> e%3A%0Dcode%3
A

And if you have a second, include the type of AVR you use, your favorite related web site (especially if you have one) and, for the very nice, copy and paste your best example of AVR code.

James,
Tried to send you the above email but it was rejected as spam!

Anyway, we use the Mega128 in a few different products, and hardly use PICs anymore apart from one product with high end 18F series (that will likely be ported to a new platform in the near future).

In comparison to the PICs we have used, the AVR is faster, less buggy and the WinAVR GCC port is mature enough to produce some reasonable code.

Regards

Mike

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2007\06\07@175920 by John Samperi

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Well it bounced on me too....

Hi James

The mailto is a bit messed up.

At 08:13 AM 6/06/2007, you wrote:
>EraseMEjamesnewtonspampiclist.com?subject=I_AVR&body=type%3A%0Dsite%3A%0Dcode%3

>type of AVR you use,

I use Tiny2313,Mega8, Mega48/88/168, Mega8515, Mega8535, Mega64/128
and just started to use Mega164/324

>your favorite related web site

http://www.avrfreak.net

>copy and paste your best example of AVR code.

Don't have one, it's all "best" after having worked for a little
while with the PIC in assembler :-D

Regards

John Samperi

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2007\06\07@183547 by Robert Rolf

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John Samperi wrote:
>  >your favorite related web site
>
> http://www.avrfreak.net

That should be http://www.avrfreaks.net
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2007\06\07@212544 by James Newtons Massmind

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> >  >your favorite related web site
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> > http://www.avrfreak.net
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> That should be http://www.avrfreaks.net
>                                    ^

Whew... Being the only freak is tough... But when we get together? Look out!

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2007\06\08@203256 by Aaron

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James Newton, Host wrote:
> May I have a quick show of click and send from those of you who have or are
> interested in the AVR processors?
>
> RemoveMEjamesnewtonTakeThisOuTspamspampiclist.com?subject=I_AVR&body=type%3A%0Dsite%3A%0Dcode%3> > A
>
> And if you have a second, include the type of AVR you use, your favorite
> related web site (especially if you have one) and, for the very nice, copy
> and paste your best example of AVR code.

I've used a few AVRs.  I'm partial to the mega48.

I see the AVRfreaks site has already been mentioned.

Aaron

2007\06\12@135102 by Phillip Vogel

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Mega128, gcc and Procyon AVRlib do the job for me. I haven't used a PIC in
years. Most of my questions / discussions take place in the avr-chat groups
http://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/avr-chat and
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/AVR-Chat/. I've been away from the
PIClist for a while, but I have to say that some of the EE, OT and AVR are
pretty interesting.

I'll be back.

Phillip

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2007\06\16@171424 by John Chung

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I am entering into AVR now. Mostly for the GCC
compiler . It is easier for me to get PICs here in
Malaysia in small quantities. So I still use both.

John


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