I have to small issues using embedXcode:
- I develop an RS-485 communication for my board (duemilanove). So naturally, I have an RS-485/USB converter plugged into my MAC. Unfortunately, wen the converter is plugged, I can't upload code to my board. embedXcode thinks the converter is my board. So I have to unplug, compile, upload, re-plug the RS-485 converter. That, in turn breaks the connection with my MAC application that I use to communicate with the board… and so on.
Question: how do I tell embedXcode which port to use to communicate with the board?
On the main makefile, uncomment the line with BOARD_PORT
and set the exact USB port, as /dev/tty.usbmodem1421
in the example
# BOARD_PORT is optional
# If not defined, BOARD_PORT = /dev/tty.usb* (default)
BOARD_PORT = /dev/tty.usbmodem1421
- I would like to test several boards (uno with ATMEGA, due with ARM processor and chip kit with PIC32). How do I add targets such as "ALL for uno", "ALL for due", and "ALL for chipkit"?
Thank you for reading me.
Just select the board according to chapter 3 Use the Project
section 3 Manage the Code for Multiple Plaforms
sub-section 1 Change the Board
of the User Manual