I have tried to get this to work for, well, at least it seems to me, a very long time. I have tried Jayvon Systems
' tutorial, then Omar Francisco's Arduino installer
, and got the Blink-example to compile without errors. So far so good.
I should mention that I am not using an arduino board but an evaluation board
(link in german). Communication with the boards via avrdude has been tested using a simple program written in C++, and it works (LEDs are turned on).
Now, uploading the .hex-file built with the Arduino Blink example, nothing happens. When debugging (and I have no clue on how to use that function properly), nothing happens when I build and run the simulation, then, when I click "Break all", wiring.c is opened and a line is marked with yellow background - as far as I can tell, it's a different line every time. When I click in "Next Statement", nothing happens except that the yellow line background vanishes, and when I hit "Break all" again, another line gets marked in the same fashion.
Did anyone encounter something similar, and/or has some pointers for me?