On 07/15/2010 09:33, WA5BDU posted:
Yeah, they also offer a two-headed cable for 6 and 10 pin programming interfaces for $1.95 that I hope will do the trick. Pocket AVR programmer is definitely made for use with AVRdude. I'm not sure if the IDE can talk to that directly or if I'll have to assemble the code in AVR Studio and then burn the chip in a separate application. That would be a slight loss of convenience but not too bad.

Changing the subject a bit ... I was looking at DIZ's code in Notepad and see a number of places where I'd expect a carriage return or newline but there is none. It looks OK in AVR Studio though. Does the AVR editor accept TAB characters as equivalent to carriage returns?