// python-build-start// action, verify// board, arduino:avr:uno// port, /dev/ttyACM0// ide, 1.6.3// python-build-end
I believe this is possible with the Arduino Web Editor:https://create.arduino.cc/editorthis sort of thing has been requested many times for the standard IDE but so far there has been no action on it.
Regarding multiple Serial Monitors, you can do this by opening two instances of the Arduino IDE. That means starting the application twice, not opening multiple windows via the Arduino IDE's File > New, File > Open, File > Sketchbook, or File > Examples. They look the same but are actually different.
#!/bin/csh# open the ide with the default files I'm working on right now,# two instances so I can have 2 serial monitors and maintain my port assignments# which will have to be set up once at start of sessionopen -n -a "Arduino" /Users/Moi/Work/ARDUINO/devel/PROJECTS/USBcycle_Leo1/USBcycle_Leo1.inoopen -n -a "Arduino" /Users/Moi/Work/ARDUINO/devel/PROJECTS/USBcycle_Leo2/USBcycle_Leo2.ino
UPDATE: just in case someone else OSX-based wants to do this same trick, here's what I came up with after brief experimentation.
More evidence that a MAC is just a Linux PC in a party dress
@Robin2, thanks for the link, sounds pretty nifty... but I'm getting old and tired and lazy enough that I've become quite resistant to switching toolsets,