antoine.villeret at xxxxx
Sun Jun 23 19:38:06 UTC 2013
2013/6/20 Oly <olymk2 at gmail.com>
> I know you can use avrdude to build your code, and you can even make geany
> upload with some magic :)
i saw that too, I also found lots of Makefile using avrdude but nothing
seems to be easily portable but ino
and this is because ino hides some thus that others don't and I haven't
time enough to make it myself :-)
> I seem to remember you had to write a script to reset the serial
> connection before upload, i started to write a plugin for geany in python
> not sure on if it even works as i dont have much space to work with
> electronics currently.
ok, the plugin way seems to be better, I have to take a look at python
> I could upload the code though to launchpad, if you want to take a look
> and continue with the development, i started putting code to detect the
> board you had attached and things like that.
yes i'd like to test it but i don't know yet when i'll have time...
> On Thu, Jun 20, 2013 at 2:44 PM, Antoine Villeret <
> antoine.villeret at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi again,
>> I'm using Arduino a lot and I can't bear Arduino IDE anymore...
>> So I'm looking for a way to write Arduino code in my favorite IDE, aka
>> When searching through archive for Arduino keyword I only found this post
>> not so old but nothing else
>> And I found nothing related to Arduino in the geany and geany-plugins git
>> But the feature request 597 ask for adding *.ino in the C++ extension and
>> it is still open (well it's very easy to do).
>> When googling for Geany and Arduino, I've found a French blog explaining
>> howto write, build and upload Arduino with Geany
>> Based on this, I made a filetypes.Arduino.conf that defines keyword to
>> highlight Arduino functions like analogRead(), it also defines building
>> commands based on the command line tool ino.
>> and update my filetype_extensions.conf to add an Arduino file type with
>> extension *.ino and *.pde
>> This is not so much work, but it's already a lot better than Arduino
>> There are several drawbacks :
>> - it depends on the third party command line tool ino and this
>> tool requires a special folder structure (to found the libs and so on...)
>> - it doesn't support autocompletion for now
>> - third party Arduino library keywords are not highlighted
>> So this could be improve a lot but I think this is a good start and want
>> to share it with people.
>> What's the best ?
>> I'm not familiar enough with plugin to know if it's better for that
>> purpose or if a simple configuration file will be enough.
>> My configuration files are attached.
>> Feedbacks and help are welcome :-)
>> do it yourself
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