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Marrek

hi there;

23:09:24 **** Incremental Build of configuration Release for project arduinoSketch ****
make all
process_begin: CreateProcess(C:\cygwin\bin\echo.exe, echo "Building file: ../arduinoSketch.cpp", …) failed.
make (e=87): Parametr není správný.(Parameter is wrong)

make: *** [arduino/arduinoSketch.cpp.o] Error 87

23:09:25 Build Finished (took 188ms)

I got arduino ide 1.6.5, win xp sp3, eclipse luna
{ide is supported, make is found on your system

thx

Jantje

I decided to no longer respond to issues -and other questions- due to a lack of support.
As a patron you can post a message on the patreon forum stating you support a issue. This allows me to support people who support me.
https://www.patreon.com/posts/3700469
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Jantje
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damonbeales

Hi - I have a current issue with the Product, but I'm a little confused as to where to post to for support. The comment above from Jantje implies that I can post on the patreon forum if I wish to support an issue. But that's not what I want - I need support with an issue!

(I'm stuck on how to configure Eclipse Arduino to upload using usbasp. The settings page requires a USB port be entered, so I don't know what to put, as usbasp doesn't show as a USB device in the normal way. I'm using Mac OS X.)

(By the way Jantje - Eclipse Arduino is really excellent and you deserve our support - I've pledged via patreon)

Regards,
Damon

Jantje

Damon
If you pledged on Patron please post your question there.
Best regards
Jantje
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keesbakker

Hi

As I mentioned a while ago we (SODAQ) have several boards of our own and I maintain the JSON and "core" files for our AVR and SAMD boards.

For this to work with ArduinoEclipse I need to make a few changes. I've pushed them to
   https://github.com/keestux/arduino-eclipse-plugin.git
Branch sodaq/stable

Code: [Select]
eae1605 For upload just use tool from "vendor:tool" if the vendor part is "arduino"
066f1c1 Fall back to (default?) platform packager when doing getTool


The first (066f1c1) is just a precaution to avoid a null in some cases.

The second (eae1605) has to do the the <verdor> ':' <tool> syntax in boards.txt. If the vendor part is "arduino" it simply uses the tool part. It is not a final solution, but it works well as a workaround.

In case you want test this with our Boards Manager JSON, add this URL to the list of "Locations".
Code: [Select]
http://downloads.sodaq.net/package_sodaq_index.json

Let me know what you think of it.
-- Kees

corradocampisano

Hi there,
I can say the V3 works pretty fine (on a laptop with debian 8 jessie), just had to install java8 from Oracle.

A larger snapshot and some comments are here.


I wonder if there are any plans to provide a simulator, just like I had with Maemo for my Nokia N900...


anyway, great job indeed.

thx
corrado

Jantje

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laza

installed all new, downloaded and installed the eclipse plugin by the installer, where did I go wrong. Thks.



Description   Resource   Path   Location   Type
Invalid arguments '
Candidates are:
void digitalWrite(unsigned char, unsigned char)
'   Blink.ino   /test1   line 25   Semantic Error
Invalid arguments '
Candidates are:
void digitalWrite(unsigned char, unsigned char)
'   Blink.ino   /test1   line 27   Semantic Error
Invalid arguments '
Candidates are:
void pinMode(unsigned char, unsigned char)
'   Blink.ino   /test1   line 20   Semantic Error
Program "g++" not found in PATH         Preferences, C++/Build/Settings/Discovery, [CDT GCC Built-in Compiler Settings] options   C/C++ Scanner Discovery Problem
Program "gcc" not found in PATH         Preferences, C++/Build/Settings/Discovery, [CDT GCC Built-in Compiler Settings] options   C/C++ Scanner Discovery Problem
Symbol 'HIGH' could not be resolved   Blink.ino   /test1   line 25   Semantic Error
Symbol 'LOW' could not be resolved   Blink.ino   /test1   line 27   Semantic Error
Symbol 'OUTPUT' could not be resolved   Blink.ino   /test1   line 20   Semantic Error
GOT BOOST?

Jantje

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surbyte

Sorry for a dumb question.
I have downloaded Eclipse V3 64 bits ten times. It breaks around 90MB more or less.
Any help would be much appreciated?

Jantje

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Cosme_Fulanito

For the record, both Opera (old one) and Vivaldi downloaded failed several times but ultimately worked.

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