Good job! Well done
Nice! I guess button only appears when user is using external editor only right? Send me the code to include it What the external editor has?
The "reload and upload" button is redundant, since an upload always forces a reload from disk automatically anyway when in "external editor" mode.
Quote from: pico on Sep 18, 2012, 04:27 pmThe "reload and upload" button is redundant, since an upload always forces a reload from disk automatically anyway when in "external editor" mode.OMG! I didn't know that! I spent all that effort for nothing......
What is that bug? I never recall arduino remembering the window position on startup :OHow to replicate/ what is the suggested behaviour?
Did some more playing with this. As long as you close the original blank session, at next start the ide appears to re-open however many sketches you had open so long as you quit by chossing File->Quit. I have tested up to 12. I opened 12 sketches, exited the ide by selecting File->Quit, then reopend the ide (by double clicking the desktopo shortcut for the ide app) and it reopened all 12 sketches in the last size location they were in when I quit.If I then double click the desktop shortcut again (without first closing the 12 open windows), it will open 12 more windows exactly on top of the first 12.
It worked fine for a while but the same issues have started again.
Congratulations for this wonderful improvement Erwin. Can you explain me how do you calculate the ram usage and what is the criteria for saying "warning: Large amount of SRAM memory used" ? Do you have a percentage threshold (used/total) or do you use a more complicated technique?Thanks
FYI, the Arduino Pro Micro (by SparkFun) is said to have 1k of RAM, instead of the proper 2.5k (as the Leonardo has).
Also, if you use dynamic memory allocation, there should be a warning that there is no way of knowing how much RAM will be used.