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StuieNorris
11-14-2012, 05:42 AM
HI Forum

I have just received my Teensy 3.0 and started using with Ardunio Studio on Mac OSX.

I prefer to use c/c++ -are there any tutorials around for using the board with AVR Studio or IAR-Embedded-Workbench?

Thanks

Stuart

IpsissimusMarr
11-14-2012, 05:12 PM
If you have a Makefile you can simple create a project in AVR Studio, Atmel Studio, Eclipse, etc and point it to use the Makefile to compile. I use a Makefile where I set 3-4 parameters and can compile a project for Arduino, Teensy 2, or Teensy 3 by just changing the board parameter. This Makefile I have used in Atmel studio, but have recently moved to Eclipse. I've found the Makefile makes all the difference.

If you want specifics for setting up the environments manually:
Using AVR Studio 5 with Arduino (http://www.engblaze.com/tutorial-using-avr-studio-5-with-arduino-projects/)
Atmel Studio 6 with Arduino Boards (http://www.jayconsystems.com/tutorial/atmerpt1/)

You can use those and just change the Makefile.

Experimentalist
11-14-2012, 05:52 PM
Hi

Check out Visual Micro at:

http://www.visualmicro.com/

and more specifically:

http://visualmicro.com/page/Teensy-for-Microsoft-Visual-Studio.aspx


If you work / have worked with Visual Studio and like it this is fast becoming the solution of choice. Still not full support for Teensy but it looks like it is coming soon and works fine using Arduino environment for upload. When the debug and upload capability is added this will be unbeatable for speed of development by the looks of things.

Not fully native C++ but as a daily user of Visual Studio it makes my life alot easier. You can always butcher the Arduino libraries into your own versions (that is what I do) to get closer to native C++

I hope this helps, I think it is a great product and Tim is very helpful

Andy



HI Forum

I have just received my Teensy 3.0 and started using with Ardunio Studio on Mac OSX.

I prefer to use c/c++ -are there any tutorials around for using the board with AVR Studio or IAR-Embedded-Workbench?

Thanks

Stuart