Some ideas:1. baudrate checker (baudrate vs. crystal frequency with an brate error, ie "8MHz and 115k2 used - error of 7.8% !")2. pin assignment checker (ie you'll get a window with actual pin assignment with input/outputs and pin names indication coming from the source, maybe with possible collisions based on the board used - ie "wrong Sdcard SPI pins used", "wrong I2C pins used")3. something more complex - for DIY boards - an automatic system for DIY_board_name<->arduino_pin<->atmega_chip_pin management (ie for easy creation of your own variants with some checks) Chips supported: atmega32, atmega328p, atmega1284p (both 44pin smt and dil40), atmega128, atmega1280, atmega2560.
have not tried (c) yet, but the memory free check is a great add on, as is the lib manager.****** all should be in the 'full' arduino path / set up me thinks,( is anyone listening ? )
I'd like a toggle "switch" to open terminal after upload. I use the shortcut Ctrl+U to upload the sketches, and I want a way to (optionally) automatically open the terminal.
Instead of a shortcut, I would like it to be a toggle option. If you want it to be a shortcut though, Alt+U should be fine.Either that, or else a shortcut that opens the terminal (not upload and open the terminal, just open the terminal), but if the program is uploading, it wait's till it finishes.
Once you start changing the IDE, it stops being 'Other Software Development'. This should be discussed on a more official level, in my opinion. Particularly if you are only working on Windows. One of the best aspects of the Arduino is that it is platform agnostic.
In conclusion I will enhance the experience for all those users on my platform, it is what I am able to do.
QuoteIn conclusion I will enhance the experience for all those users on my platform, it is what I am able to do.So you want to bring fragmentation to Arduino?