Where is the official ASF bug tracker?

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I found http://asf.atmel.com/bugzilla but it looks derelict.

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Go to this page read the links, create an account if you need to file for support.

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So far I found out that:- 

 

  • ASF bugzilla is not present anymore "due to the Atmel migration to Microchip". (It is still linked from http://asf.atmel.com/docs/3.13.1...)
  • There is currently no public bug tracking system for ASF.

 

If you are not put-off ASF4 by the lack of visible bug tracking and you still want to spend your time tracking down and reporting any of the problems in ASF4 that quite likely others already banged their heads against, then you can create an account via http://www.microchip.com/support and create a private case. Atmel will then confirm it and if a bug is present will "report it internally".

 

Hopefully a director at Atmel/Microchip will realize sometime soon that a public bug interface will help to improve ASF4 and reduce the barrier that it currently poses to people thinking of adopting these chips in a design.

 

...I am trying to be helpful here!

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The last several bugs I submitted got silently "closed" without anything being done.  I'm left with the opportunity to "accept resolution", except there is no "resolution" attached.

Now, admittedly, they were all about failures of CMSIS include files when using assembler for ARM, but some feedback like "no-one cares about assembler for ARM" would have been less discouraging...