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Riva


As it costs $70 I will stick with Gedit and maybe spend the money on Arduino hardware.

...R

Same here. 70 dollars can buy a lot of arduinos trinkets. I will stick with Notepad ++ with added arduino keywords.

Why can't I get this to work ?

I'm using XP and have downloaded SublimeText 3; this is in C: Program Files/Sublime Text 3.  I ran this and did the Python code fragment into the console from the GitHub Robot Will page.  This has put a file into  Documents and Settings/<user>/Application Data / Sublime Text 3/Installed Packages, which has the name "Package Control.sublime-package" and is 130KB in size .  SublimeText is registered but I'm not getting anything that is showing 'Arduino' in any of the menu items.

Where have I gone wrong.

Rob 

Emonroe7



As it costs $70 I will stick with Gedit and maybe spend the money on Arduino hardware.

...R

Same here. 70 dollars can buy a lot of arduinos trinkets. I will stick with Notepad ++ with added arduino keywords.


There is an unlimited evaluation  period, not a trial. The evaluation is full featured. It also doesn't bug you about purchasing a license.

Emonroe7


Why can't I get this to work ?

I'm using XP and have downloaded SublimeText 3; this is in C: Program Files/Sublime Text 3.
...
Where have I gone wrong.

Rob 


I believe that Sublime Text 2 is the current stable version (specifically 2.0.2). Try installing that version instead. I think 3 is currently in Beta, which may be breaking the plugin.

Has anyone had problems with the serial monitor in Sublime Text  2 / Stino  ?
I open it through the Arduino menu in Sublime Text and nothing shows up.  I'm set to the correct serial port and I'm running a sketch that prints to the monitor.  It works fine when I test it in the Arduino IDE.  What am I doing wrong?

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