is it any improvement on the IDE?
I signed up with MSDN and got the proggie's.
Did you see a doctor?
and the Arduino plugin... Is it worth the time? is it any improvement on the IDE? is it an aid to learning the language?. I signed up with MSDN and got the proggie's.I am reluctant to install a lot of "Stuff" on my 'new' computer I bought a fast 6 core AMD w/8 Gig's of ram and I don't want to load it down. Seems like every computer I've owned has "Choked up" after a while and I think that the reason is all the 'neat' but terminally useless items, use them once or twice and forget them. Doc
Come on, Visual Studio has it's merits, for Windows programming in C#, for example.For Java, I prefer Eclipse.For Arduino I'm happy with the Arduino "IDE" , and smile about it's intellisense mockup (color coding by keyword lookup, hehe)That VisalStudio plugin can't be worse, but I don't know. I can't imagine it allows for remote debugging on the atmel processor.Bying software makes you feel being the customer, not the product being sold, by g**gle.
I do though wish I could find an easy tool to find missing Semicolons and Curly Braces.
find missing Semicolons and Curly Braces
It can be annoying if someone alerts you on a missing semicolon, because you did not enter it yet.
VB6 does that when you move off the line, it's a right PITA.
There are semicolons in VB6 ?
it's not that bad any more in VS2010, you just get a lot of red underlines to ignore,