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--- Quote from: Thaddy on September 21, 2022, 11:54:45 am ---I think it has more to do with the nature of AVR type projects which is often/mostly hardware control.
In my case, if I get a project working (hard- and software), I will leave it alone. (mostly robotica and miniature railway control, I have a huge set of Jouef, the base dating from Christmas 1961 (1962 catalogue), when I was three years old.)
In my case, I only do one or two projects a year.
Maybe that goes for many programmers.

The point is that even the users use the AVR compiler sporadically. So therefor feedback is also sporadically.
Can that be the case?

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Or one-off industrial hacks and so on.



--- Quote from: funlw65 on September 21, 2022, 09:01:20 am ---If your choice is AVR (ATmega, ATtiny) then the only free, non-limited Pascal compiler might be FreePascal
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No. For quite some time E-Lab's AvrCo Multitasking Pascal is free and unlimited, and still a better option for AVR then FPC.

Thank you @avra, that means that the most recent version is free?


--- Quote from: funlw65 on September 24, 2022, 10:38:42 pm ---Thank you @avra, that means that the most recent version is free?
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Yes, and development is not stopped. However, online debugging is available only with original debugger/programmer which just old users have - but you can flash hex file with any other AVR programmer.


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