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[avr-libc-dev] Re: SPMEN vs SELFPRGEN

From: Ivan Shmakov
Subject: [avr-libc-dev] Re: SPMEN vs SELFPRGEN
Date: Fri, 04 Jan 2008 00:00:19 +0600
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>>>>> Weddington, Eric <address@hidden> writes:

 >>> BTW, since SPMEN seems to be frequent alias to SELFPRGEN, why not
 >>> to define one of them in a common file (`io.h'?) instead of
 >>> defining both in each of the part-specific headers (where
 >>> applicable)?  E. g.:

 > In the future, the IO header files will be generated from the XML
 > part files from Atmel, requiring a 1-to-1 relationship of XML->IO
 > header file. It would be difficult to do this if common definitions
 > are put in separate files.

        Oh, indeed.

        BTW, is there any way to get these XML files (other than
        downloading AVR Studio)?

 >> Since `SPMEN' seems to be used more widely in the AVR Libc includes
 >> as the name for the bit, I suggest replacing `SELFPRGEN' with
 >> `SPMEN' in the macro definitions in the individual io*.h files, like
 >> the following.  (Though it could easily done the other way around.)

 > Our policy is to provide definitions that are found in the XML part
 > description files provided by Atmel.

        Does the name vary in the part description files themselves?  Or
        where these different names came from?

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