Quote from: eried on Feb 17, 2013, 01:23 amDid you configured antialias=true?Oh wow - way better now. Thanks. Is there some document that explains what all of the settings in the preferences file do? I know some are obvious, but others aren't so obvious.
Did you configured antialias=true?
Eried, the splash screen is displayed for a few seconds and then the app simply closes. No error messages or anything.I haven't installed the full version because I have a SSD in my working notebook, and I am quite concerned (read "paranoid") about wear leveling on the SSD. So I try to avoid large writes to the SSD as much as possible so I have a larger life span on the SSD. So I cannot tell you if the full version will work, because I won't install it. The original Arduino IDE 1.0.3 and 1.0.1 both work.Please note that I installed it in a custom location (C:\Devel\Arduino ERW 1.0.3), not in the suggested Program Files folder.Another question: Is there any reason why the ERW comes with AVRdude version 5.10 instead of the newer 5.11 ?PS:I have a MSP430 LaunchPad forgotten in some drawer and the Energia IDE might be just what I need to dust it off and start using it!
PS: I will try to add the new features.
What Louis Davis says seems to be correct. You maybe require the JDK in 32 bits. About: "AVRdude version 5.10 instead of the newer 5.11" can you tell me how to check this, I am still confused since you (or someone) commented this weeks ago.
Quote from: eried on Feb 18, 2013, 08:57 pmPS: I will try to add the new features. In case you run out of idea: a "remove trailing spaces" pre pass could be added to the auto format source code.
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.
When I open the IDE I get an empty window. If I then go and open one of my programs it opens yet another window. Is there any setting that will stop the second window from opening. I just want the code to appear in the window that starts when the IDE starts. I looked at the preferences file and didn't see anything that looked like the setting I needed.
Quote from: eried on Feb 19, 2013, 02:17 amWhat Louis Davis says seems to be correct. You maybe require the JDK in 32 bits. About: "AVRdude version 5.10 instead of the newer 5.11" can you tell me how to check this, I am still confused since you (or someone) commented this weeks ago.Thanks. I'll try and install the 32-bit JRE.
Quote from: AlxDroidDev on Feb 19, 2013, 12:44 pmQuote from: eried on Feb 19, 2013, 02:17 amWhat Louis Davis says seems to be correct. You maybe require the JDK in 32 bits. About: "AVRdude version 5.10 instead of the newer 5.11" can you tell me how to check this, I am still confused since you (or someone) commented this weeks ago.Thanks. I'll try and install the 32-bit JRE. Eried, I gave the 32-bit JRE a try. I have GOOD and bad news. Let's go to the bad news first.Here's what I did:Totally uninstalled JAVA from my notebook (I had JSE + JRE for Java 6 and 7.0.10)Then I installed:(1st) JRE 7.0.15 32-bit(2nd) JSE + JRE 7.0.15 64-bitStill it didn't run, and this is the bad news. Checking the log file, I noticed it was correctly looking for the JRE I had installed, but I only found the 64-bit JRE.What I did then was to remove the JAVA folder from the Arduino ERW folder and then create a symlink to the 32-bit JRE. To do this, open a command prompt as administrator and issue the commands:CD "C:\Devel\Arduino 1.0.3 ERW" <ENTER> This is where I have my ERW IDE installed.MKLINK /d java "c:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre7" <ENTER>Then I ran Arduino ERW and... SUCCESS!Based on my experience, I'd like to make 2 suggestions:- Either force Arduino ERW to look for a 32-bit JRE (and ignore any 64-bit JRE, since it won't work)- or Let the use specify what JRE to use (either through the command line or in an INI file, like eclipse does in the eclipse.ini file)This way users won't have to resort to the gimmick I did, which was to use the mklink. MKLINK has been present in Windows for a long time, first from the Resource Kits and them they started being shipped with Vista. Not many people, however, know about it. MKLINK works just like the symlink stuff from Linux.Thanks again for all the attention and keep up the good work.
Hi eried,can you please verify this bug in editor window? Scenario:After pressing the Replace All button the editor hangs. I must kill the process in task manager. It works fine in official v1.0.3 IDE.qwertysimo
Another one?In editor, when you have more opened tabs with saved contents, switching between tabs indicates change in code by adding asterix after tab name but there was no actual change made.