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maxid

To understand how to use the USBasp with UECIDE where you save the. Hex to upload the program to the micro ATTINY85?
Have you considered putting together a personal forum to sort all this doubt?


Hasta entender como usar el USBasp con UECIDE, donde se guarda el .hex para subir el programa al micro attiny85?
Ha pensado armar un foro porpio para ordenar todas esta dusas?
El que pregunta aprende, el que responde aprende a responder.

Tom Carpenter

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Nov 07, 2013, 09:31 pm Last Edit: Nov 07, 2013, 09:34 pm by Tom Carpenter Reason: 1

They should be "name=tiny" and "name=tinyNoMillis" respectively.  They *must* be the same as the folder they are in, or it all goes tits up.

Woops, forgot to change that, new there was something I missed! Fixed now.
~Tom~

pito

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Nov 07, 2013, 09:40 pm Last Edit: Nov 07, 2013, 09:49 pm by pito Reason: 1
0.8.0c - the same issue with serial terminal on...
The upload when uecide serial terminal is off seems to be more reliable than before.

majenko



They should be "name=tiny" and "name=tinyNoMillis" respectively.  They *must* be the same as the folder they are in, or it all goes tits up.

Woops, forgot to change that, new there was something I missed! Fixed now.

Ok, I have pulled in your core and boards, and made it live.

FYI, the cores, boards, compilers etc are all stored here: https://github.com/majenkotech/UECIDE_data - feel free to fork it, modify it, and make pull requests for changes if you wish.  It's quite big though (6.3G cloned).

majenko


0.8.0c - the same issue with serial terminal on...
The upload when uecide serial terminal is off seems to be more reliable than before.

Well, it's not all bad then ;)

All I can suggest for now is don't have the terminal open while uploading.  It must be a windowsism, as it works fine on Linux.  I'll have to dig out my windows 7 VM and give it a try I guess.

pito

#575
Nov 08, 2013, 12:43 am Last Edit: Nov 08, 2013, 01:00 am by pito Reason: 1
I am running XP SP3, fyi..
PS: Hmm, with 0.8.0c - now the com6 is locked forever - a restart of uecide, nor BT dongle removing/inserting does not help, com6 locked (serial terminal off).
Code: [Select]
Port name - COM6; Method name - openPort(); Exception type - Port busy.
Unable to lock serial port

majenko

I last had that when I had an avrdude lingering in the background locking the port.

Try the universal Windows fix.

pito

#577
Nov 10, 2013, 03:23 pm Last Edit: Nov 10, 2013, 03:33 pm by pito Reason: 1
I run the serial terminal printing some data, without prior uploading via avrdude, and it prints a lot of "null" in the bottom window while watching the serial monitor..

pito

0.8.1.c: Sketch: 2x Ctrl-K

majenko


0.8.1.c: Sketch: 2x Ctrl-K

Took me a moment to work out what you meant there ;)

You mean both the "show sketch folder" and "show build folder" have the same keyboard shortcut.  That is, I think, a long-standing copy-and-paste error ;)


smilem

I downloded the UECIDE, then registered on forum to leave some comments, activated my account. Tried to post and got error that message is flagged as SPAM, no matter what I write. A few minutes later when I open uecide.org I get this message

"Your IP address has been denied access to this service

This is most likely because your computer has been identified as a source of spam of one form or another.""

FIX THIS.

majenko

Fixed now.  Akismet (anti-spam module) was denying all messages (I was wondering why I wasn't getting any).

I had to take extreme measures a bit back against spammers as I was getting upwards of 1,000 spammer registration attempts per hour, so I made it automatically block any IPs that were flagged as spam.  That was fine for the ones flagged by StopForumSpam, but Akismet turned out to be a bad idea.  Akismet is now turned off, and the auto-blocker is also disabled; we'll see how the site copes.

smilem

Thank you, you fixed this. I can browse the site, and I can post in the forum.

majenko

A new version of UECIDE - version 0.8.2a - is now available for download.

The major change in this update is the addition of what I am calling "SAR" files. These are "Sketch ARchives", which are basically a JAR file (which itself is just a special ZIP file) which contains information about a sketch, the sketch folder itself, and any contributed libraries the sketch uses.

You can now export your sketch as a SAR file, email it to someone, post it on a forum, whatever, and someone else can then import that SAR file, and it should just compile straight off for them. No hunting around for the right libraries, etc - just one file with it all in.

You can also use it for archiving sketches. Because it bundles all the required libraries in with the sketch you won't have the problem of hunting the internet for the right libraries when you dust off that old project you started two years ago.

And because it's basically a ZIP file you can even unzip it manually to get at the data in it, so you're not really restricted to using it with UECIDE. It's just easier if you do.

UECIDE.ORG

Graynomad

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it bundles all the required libraries in with the sketch you won't have the problem of hunting the internet for the right libraries when you dust off that old project you started two years ago.

Nice feature.

I'm not doing any programming at present but I'll grab the latest version and have a play.

______
Rob
Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

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