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       avra - Assembler for the Atmel AVR microcontroller family


       avra [-f] [O|M|I|G] output file type
            [-o outfile] output file name
            [-l listfile] generate list file
            [-m mapfile] generate map file
            [--define symbol[=value]] [--includepath path] [-listmac]
            [--max_errors number] [--devices] [--version]
            [-h] [--help] general help


       AVRA  is  an  assembler  for  Atmel AVR microcontrollers, and it is almost compatible with
       Atmel's own assembler AVRASM32.  The differences between the two are:

       Support for some extra preprocessor directives.
              includes: .define, .undef, .ifdef, .ifndef, .if,  .else,  .endif,  .elif,  .elseif,

       Not all command line options are supported.
              Specifying  an eeprom file (-e) is not supported. All eeprom data is put out into a
              file called program.eep.hex and always Intel hex format.  Other  hex  file  formats
              than Intel are currently not supported.

       Forward references are not supported.
              Like in C, you have to define everything before you are using it, excepting labels.
              This makes sure, that directives like .ifdef and .undef are  working  properly.  If
              you  are familiar with the C programming language, you should get easily into AVRA.
              See chapter "Programming techniques" for more information about how to write proper

       Enhanced macro support.
              AVRA  has  some  new features for writing flexible macros. This should increase the
              ability to reuse code e.g. build your own library.

       Debugging support.
              AVRA creates a coff file everytime the assembly was sucessful. This file allows AVR
              Studio or any coff compatible debugger to simulate or emulate the program.

       Meta tags for assembly time.
              This  helps you tracking versions of your software and can also be used to generate
              customer specific serial numbers.


       Several option can be given after one '-', but if an  option  requires  an  argument;  the
       argument must be given after that option.

       --listfile, -l
              Create list file

       --mapfile, -m
              Create map file

       --define, -D
              Define symbol.

       --includepath, -I
              Additional include paths.

              List macro expansion in listfile.

              Maximum number of errors before exit (default: 10)

              List out supported devices.

              Version information.

       --help, -h
              Show summary of options.




       The  initial  version  of AVRA was written by John Anders Haugum. He released all versions
       until v0.7. Later versions were released by Tobias Weber. Version 1.3.0  was  released  by
       Jerry Jacobs.