This blog is maintained by a herd of developers of Atmel studio. We are doing this in our personal time, in an interest to help our studio customers with tips and tricks and workarounds for known issues. We are not there yet, but someday we will be that set of proud developers. By the way, this blog is totally personal and nothing to do with our bosses.


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  1. How are we supposed to contact you? The comments on most pages are disabled and there ais no email on this page. I saw your latest post and would like to ask if there is a way to programmatically detect where the AVR 8-bit toolchain is, perhaps with a registry key. I want to do this in an installer that installs an AVR library.

    • You can contact me @ sounderarajan.d@atmel.com. Regarding your question on detecting toolchain, for atmel studio 6.0 or later please check the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Atmel\AVR32 GCC for 32 bit and AVR8 GCC for 8 bit. Note that this is for a 64 bit machine. for a 32-bit windows machine ignore the Wow6432Node element.

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