Hi again, found another bug that does not exist in official 1.0.3. Scenario:Open a sketchbook that has at least three tabs (create folder Test in your sketch directory and create three files inside: Test.ino, Test2.ino and Test3.ino). When you press Ctrl + Alt + right arrow, editor jumps to the third tab, Test3.ino, instead of the second one. Ctrl + Alt + left arrow jumps back to the first tab.Workaround: Click on the dropdown list on the right of the tabs and select Next Tab menu item. From this moment Ctrl + Alt + right/left arrow works as expected.Can you fix it? Thanks.
HiGreat software, solved a major problem of me not being able to upload to my Leonardo with Win7 64Bit.Upload NOW works (but I have to always hold down the reset button). If i don't it says uploaded but isn't (It does however send the signal to put it in programming mode but deosn't actually program).My problem now is that the Serial Monitor does not work. The window opens, but does not actually connect. If I howver use the "official" 1.0.3 ide release, I can use the serial monitor, it connects and I get the results. BUT I cannot use it normally as it will not upload to teh leonardo...Between the 2 I can manage, but maybe this serial monitor is a simple issue to resolve.Thanks in advance.
I am guessing the official ide jumps only 1 tab in your machine, if this mod jumps 2
Quote from: eried on Mar 01, 2013, 07:37 pmI am guessing the official ide jumps only 1 tab in your machine, if this mod jumps 2Guessing right.
Well, I don't have a Leonardo or similar to check/fix this, so on the next update I will try to migrate the "good" parts related with the Leonardo (but I think you are using 1.5 not the 1.0.3 official one?)
Type any line of text, then hold the space key. It will add spaces at the end of the line. It does no do any harm to keep them there, but I find it annoying. So I like to clean up. Especially if I release code.Notepad++ -> TextFX -> Trim Trailing Spaces does it for me.
Hi eried,I was wondering what gcc version ships with the winavr your mod is using. I have some specific c11 code to test and was hoping this would be my easiest path to do so.From what I can gather, it should be around 4.6.X or above.The C++0x support in 4.3.2 is not that great at all.
Quote from: eried on Jan 05, 2013, 01:59 amIf you need that bug, you can replace the rxtxSerial.dll file with the one from the official IDE packageJust to voice another vote for keeping a way to reset the board by a IDE switch.In my case I do remote development (sitting in my warm room with the arduino some miles away I a cold garage) and I love the reset feature.
If you need that bug, you can replace the rxtxSerial.dll file with the one from the official IDE package
Hi, I was trying to add this but noticed that this already works in the version 1.0 or newer.Can you check this?
How this looks to reset your arduino in Siberia from Hawaii?:
Quote from: eried on Mar 14, 2013, 12:47 amHi, I was trying to add this but noticed that this already works in the version 1.0 or newer.Can you check this?- starting IDE 1.0.3.- file blink- deleting comment in last line beginning with the "//"Now if you press POS1 and then END, you end at the old start of the comment. Lots of spaces.Press Ctrl-T.As bevor, POS1 and END positions after a lot of spaces...