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Topic: [MOD] Arduino Enhanced Release 1.0.5 for Windows (installer, drivers, etc) +SRC (Read 257 times) previous topic - next topic

Quarencia

Another potential improvement...sure would be nice if the find/replace functionality could be made to search all tabs instead of just the current tab.

eried


If the RAM size isn't specified in the boards.txt file, why doesn't it say so, instead of saying 1024 bytes?


OK, will add that message for next version


Another potential improvement...sure would be nice if the find/replace functionality could be made to search all tabs instead of just the current tab.


Sounds nice! I will check if is easy to add a new checkbox to enable that (I don't want to change normal behaviour)
My website: http://ried.cl

eried

I will keep all the changes and improvements here:
https://github.com/eried/Arduino/

Including .net features, Java and the setup files to build the package:
https://github.com/eried/Arduino/commits/

:D if someone want to help or take a peek of the code.
My website: http://ried.cl

eried

I want the "Serial Monitor" button on the next release to schedule the Serial Monitor opening if is pressed while upload happens:
http://screencast.com/t/xk05K2ds

I need suggestions for the text in the string
Code: [Select]
" (waiting for upload completion)"

Any suggestion from a native English speaker? I want it to be very easy to understand.
My website: http://ried.cl

cyclegadget



I would say,
Quote
" (Serial Monitor will open after upload completion)"


or

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" (waiting for upload completion to open Serial Monitor)"

eried




I would say,
Quote
" (Serial Monitor will open after upload completion)"


or

Quote
" (waiting for upload completion to open Serial Monitor)"



Hey thanks, maybe this sound ok?:
" (Monitor will open after upload)"

To keep it a little shorter?
My website: http://ried.cl

cyclegadget

Quote
Hey thanks, maybe this sound ok?:
" (Monitor will open after upload)"

To keep it a little shorter?


Yes, that would sound ok.

eried

OK, new 1.0.1G version!

NEW:
*Find and replace dialog now supports Searching all opened tabs
*Serial Monitor button now can schedule the opening of the monitor when the upload completes
*When loading or starting a sketch the IDE finds the end of the Setup function to place the cursor
*Fixes to the Next Tab and Prev Tab menu items. http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,124253.0.html
*If boards.txt does not contain the ram size for the selected board, user will see a warning (no default values now).

Enjoy!
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I am running short on chars on the first message so I will left here the older versions to keep track:
Old versions:
http://servicios.ried.cl/arduino/setup_Arduino_ERW_1.0.1f_20120912.exe
http://servicios.ried.cl/arduino/setup_Arduino_ERW_1.0.1e_20120911.exe
http://servicios.ried.cl/arduino/setup_Arduino_ERW_1.0.1d_20120909.exe
http://servicios.ried.cl/arduino/setup_Arduino_ERW_1.0.1c_20120902.exe
http://servicios.ried.cl/arduino/setup_Arduino_ERW_1.0.1b_20120830.exe
http://servicios.ried.cl/arduino/setup_Arduino_ERW_1.0.1a_20120823.exe
http://servicios.ried.cl/arduino/setup_Arduino_ERW_1.0.1_20120813.exe
My website: http://ried.cl

dragonduyt2

I can't install Uno REV3 on Windows 8
Please help me!!!! :~



drjiohnsmith

I would hope that the arduino team are noticing this
    and will include you on there team real soon,

amazing well done,

pico

I was experimenting with version 1.0.1f, and -- first of all -- congratulations on some well thought-out improvements. In particular,
I think the fact that 1.0.1 can now coexist with other versions of the IDE (e.g., 0023) without each arguing over the config files each time one is a major improvement in usablity.

I like the avrdude "fixer" wrapper -- but! I seem to have trouble with this and USBAsp (which may be because the USBAsp driver doesn't show up as a Com port). Running version 5.10 of avrdude directly from the command line is a work around (just copy and paste the verbose uploading command line info into a cmd.exe box works fine), but perhpas this is something that is not just affecting my setup (Win XP -- I haven't tried it yet on a later version of Windows).

Anyway, I bought you a Pepsi. ;-) Well done.
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eried


I like the avrdude "fixer" wrapper -- but! I seem to have trouble with this and USBAsp (which may be because the USBAsp driver doesn't show up as a Com port). Running version 5.10 of avrdude directly from the command line is a work around (just copy and paste the verbose uploading command line info into a cmd.exe box works fine), but perhpas this is something that is not just affecting my setup (Win XP -- I haven't tried it yet on a later version of Windows).


Can you capture the command line when you use your USBAsp in the official Arduino, I can add a workaround in the next version.

I want to add options to easily copy things like "Hex" file path, and other minor stuff to make the experience even better, but I want to keep compatibility with everything you can do or expect from official IDE.

To capture the command line, open task manager, process tab, add the "command line" column to the details. Option 2 use "Process Explorer" and copy the details while you are uploading the files.


Anyway, I bought you a Pepsi. ;-) Well done.


Thanks for the Pepsi! :D


Have a look at http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php?topic=94651.15


Too bad I can't add a nice workaround for Win8 x64 :( maybe I can add the test signature but I am pretty sure that's illegal.


I would hope that the arduino team are noticing this
   and will include you on there team real soon,

amazing well done,



Nice you like it, but the purpose of this is not to bundle anything with the official one. I published all the code changes for everyones peace of mind.
My website: http://ried.cl

cyclegadget


Hi eried,

Thanks for all of your work on your IDE! I was trying to work with Arduino IDE 1.0.1 standard version and I ran into the problem of having too many boards! I had added the ATtiny list of boards which is around 15 new boards and I was not able to see all of the board choices because the list does not wrap around or scroll.

The problem also exists with the sketch list. If you have too many sketches saved you can not see them all unless you go to File>open.

The example list has the problem after you add too many libraries.  The only way to solve the problem is to remove libraries and remove examples with the libraries.

Can you make it possible to scroll or wrap around the lists?

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