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Linux / Mac AVR Programming Suite?

I have a Mac and I am confused about c programming in Mac and flashing it in AVR ATmega 32.

Does anyone know a toolkit for Mac OS?

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You can use CrossPack with the Eclipse IDE. CrossPack includes avr-gcc and all the required files. CrossPack will also come with avrdude which you can use to program the microcontroller.

Be sure to download CrossPack-AVR-20100115.dmg and not the latest version - the latest version uses avr-libc 1.8 which can break some code.

To configure Eclipse, go into Help and select Install New Software. In the work-with field, paste: http://avr-eclipse.sourceforge.net/updatesite/. Keep clicking Next - this should install the avr-eclipse plugin.

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Rowley CrossWorks for AVR is available for Mac OS X:

http://www.rowley.co.uk/avr/index.htm

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