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IAR EW for AVR *Crack* here --> alt.cracks

Started by Toucan December 16, 2003
It's an old version (2.20C, October 1998), but it's the only one I could
find. The program itself (DEMO) is around 10 MB; if anyone's interested
(college student, hobbyist, ...) I could send it in parts via e-mail.

~Ramphastos

PS: The crack was posted through Google Groups. It may take a while to
reach your news server. (I used a particular text format so that it also
gets archived.)
Toucan <dcabeze@hotmail.com> wrote:
> It's an old version (2.20C, October 1998), but it's the only one I could > find. The program itself (DEMO) is around 10 MB; if anyone's interested > (college student, hobbyist, ...) I could send it in parts via e-mail.
complaints sent to groups-abuse@google.com abuse@mail.tellas.gr abuse@hotmail.com pete -- pete@fenelon.com "There's no room for enigmas in built-up areas."
Toucan threw some tea leaves on the floor
 and this is what they wrote:

> It's an old version (2.20C, October 1998), but it's the only one I could > find. The program itself (DEMO) is around 10 MB; if anyone's interested > (college student, hobbyist, ...) I could send it in parts via e-mail. > > ~Ramphastos > > PS: The crack was posted through Google Groups. It may take a while to > reach your news server. (I used a particular text format so that it also > gets archived.)
Why involve yourself in copyright infringement when a toolchain for the MS4P430 is Free and OSS ? http://mspgcc.sourceforge.net/ Here you will find a port of the GCC toolchain for the Texas Instruments MS4P430 family of ultra low power MCUs, This includes the GNU C compiler (GCC), the assembler and linker (binutils), the debugger (GDB), and some other tools needed to make a complete development environment for the MSP430. These tools can be used on Windows, Linux, BSD and most other flavours of Unix. However, the full debug environment is currently limited to Windows, Linux and BSD. MSP430 development is no longer limited to Windows! -- Kind Regards from Terry My Desktop is powered by GNU/LinuX, Gentoo-1.4_rc2 New Homepage: http://milkstone.d2.net.au/ ** Linux Registration Number: 103931, http://counter.li.org **
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Pete Fenelon wrote:

> complaints sent to [abuse departments of: Google Groups, Hotmail, ISP]
I must say I expected this kind of reaction even before posting, but I decided in favor of sharing anyway; I really thought that at least someone would be interested in a cr*cked version of IAR. Surprisingly enough, no one was. I removed my original post to this group (the message is no longer on the Usenet archive). The binary post was instantly rejected by Google Groups (I changed the subject title to reflect that). I'll continue my search for both IAR and Keil and post my findings to the relevant newsgroups/Web sites. I won't disturb this group ever again. Thank you.
On Wed, 17 Dec 2003 12:53:08 +1100, Terry <tjporter@gronk.porter.net>
wrote:

>Toucan threw some tea leaves on the floor > and this is what they wrote: >
[...cracked IAR C compiler for AVR...]
> >Why involve yourself in copyright infringement when a toolchain for the >MS4P430 is Free and OSS ? > >http://mspgcc.sourceforge.net/
Or even more to the point, there are free and open-source tools for the AVR that are stable and quite good, including gcc, gdb, insight, and more. WinAVR provides a complete package for Windoze platforms. See www.avrfreaks.net Regards, -=Dave -- Change is inevitable, progress is not.