Even if you can physically link that board to the Mac, how do you get
the development software to run?
Sad as it is, but when you start doing microcontroller work it is hard
to avoid using a PC at least in some function. We do write and assemble
our code on Macs since this is faster and more reliable, but the
emulators and burners hang on Wintel PCs since the tools venders make
no Mac versions.
Am 17.10.2004 um 15:47 schrieb Robert Kuilman:
For a while now i have some ideas for USB hardware that i wish to try
out. Obviously, i need some equipment for this.
I have been programming some PICs on my uni, and would like to be able
to do this on my mac.
I have been told that AVR-chips are nowadays the way to go, so what i
basically need is a USB-device that lets me program AVR chips, and
some suggestions on how to get started (i've been looking around, but
i find it very hard to find any leads)
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