Oops, I take part of that back, CTRL+Shift+F does work if you highlight the entire word.Double clicking aaa_aaa doesn't though.______Rob
Quote* I really hate the current way you choose serial ports. Is there any way to know what device is connected to a serial port? Can't we detect if the arduino is an Uno vs Leo vs Decimila instead of having to ask the user? I also hate having to use the /dev/usb blah blah names.This depends on whether java can access usb and/or registry-related system calls. You can theoretically get the usb device information associated with a serial port, and figure out whether they are likely to be Arduinos, and if so which type of arduino. (although, I wouldn't rely on this entirely, since it's common practice to use somewhat random usb/serial converter chips/cables/etc as a cost-saving scheme.)There's an example (for windows, where things are worse) at https://github.com/WestfW/ArduScanThe double-listing on Mac's is Apple's fault; can you really guarantee that /dev/tty.usbserial-xxx and /dev/cu.usbserial-xxxx are the same piece of hardware?Could you answer my earlier question about Swing vs local editing styles? I'm genuinely curious...You're missing the existing keyword-based highlighting of Arduino Functions (digitalWrite(), etc)), and I disapprove of the reduction of information in the compiler interaction part of the display. "we" have been trying to get more information there (RAM usage in addition to flash usage, in particular.)Listing pin usage would be interesting. Sort of baby-steps to actual simulation at some point...
* I really hate the current way you choose serial ports. Is there any way to know what device is connected to a serial port? Can't we detect if the arduino is an Uno vs Leo vs Decimila instead of having to ask the user? I also hate having to use the /dev/usb blah blah names.
I've decided to move away from the Processing IDE base. Ultimately Arduino needs it's own IDE.
I was hoping there was a way to open the serial port and get some info from the board itself. No?
Can you make it work for the STM8S-Discovery board too ?
Its a shame the STM8S didn't have a user group like Arduino.
What bugs me is the "Screen of Custard " when trying to select a couple of lines of text :-(...