Setup AVR Eclipse plugin to work with WinAVR

Probably many of you (including me) are using Programmers Notepad or AVR Studio to set up AVR projects. Each of them has advantages and disadvantages. For instance Programmers Notepad is great GUI, but there are lots of manual routines required to start compiling project – like setting up makefile, creating file dependencies, etc. AVR Studio is a great solution which generates makefiles automatically, and it has great simulator for immediate debugging. So why would we need another IDE? Actually Eclipse IDE is one of the best open source tools hat is widely used by programmers – so it is optimized for managing projects, code writing with auto-complete functionality. So why not to give a try for it. So lets set up Eclipse environment to work with AVR. Firs of all lets download Eclipse from https://www.eclipse.org/downloads/ site. Choose Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers as we want program AVR in C. Open…

Continue reading