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Hi,
I'm hoping this will be of some use to other Arduino developers out there. I've posted a tutorial on my site regarding how to develop software for the Arduino using Eclipse and the gcc tools: http://aethersdr.org/blogs/colin/arduino_sans_ide_tutorial

The Arduino IDE is OK, but understandably it is more designed for basic use rather than more serious development. Then when I went to try and find a complete, accurate tutorial on how to use an alternative, I couldn't really find anything good. Particularly for the current release of software available. And thus my tutorial...

If you have any comments/questions, feel free to reply or better yet, post a comment on my blog.

Colin
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OK - I've finished the second part of this tutorial. It's on building an application to use the Adafruit TFT Touch shield (LCD shield for those not in the know). You can find it here:

http://aethersdr.org/blogs/colin/arduino_sans_ide_tft_touch

Happy hacking and if you have any questions/comments, drop me a line or post a comment.

Colin
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Also see two further postings I've made in regard to using a recent version of the gcc toolset and making available the STL C++ libraries:


Happy hacking. Colin
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