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Aiacos

will be possible to have an official plugin that supports Arduino to 100% of NetBeans and Eclipse? would be a great help to all developers

PaulS

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would be a great help to all developers

No, it wouldn't. I'd never use it.

Robin2

How would it be better than Gedit and the Arduino IDE?

...R

jaques

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Oct 07, 2013, 05:05 am Last Edit: Oct 07, 2013, 05:35 am by jaques Reason: 1
Hello!

This NetBeans plugin is working very well for my projects: http://plugins.netbeans.org/plugin/46054/arduino

For the plugin work properly, the original IDE must placed in a path without spaces, like c:\arduino-1.0.5.

I'm currently maintaining this opensource project. Help or troubles, please contact me.

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Jaques

westfw

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possible to have an official plugin that supports Arduino to 100% of NetBeans and Eclipse?

Official from whom?  It seems unlikely that the Arduino team would do this.  If you want the netbeans or Eclipse people to support Arduino, you're probably asking in the wrong place.

jfri


Hello!

This NetBeans plugin is working very well for my projects: http://plugins.netbeans.org/plugin/46054/arduino

For the plugin work properly, the original IDE must placed in a path without spaces, like c:\arduino-1.0.5.

I'm currently maintaining this opensource project. Help or troubles, please contact me.

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Jaques


I'm trying to use precisely that plugin. I have followed the instructions in
http://arduino-netbeans.googlecode.com/files/Install.pdf
After that when I try to build a simple test sketch I get this message

avr-ar rcs lib/core/arduinocore.a 
avr-ar: lib/core/arduinocore.a: No such file or directory
make: *** [lib/core/arduinocore.a] Error 1


BUILD FAILED (exit value 2, total time: 250ms)


core

For Windows the Makefile seems a bit fragile.  I saw the same issue as jfri.  Eventually, I fixed the problem by making sure:
  • both my NetBeans project and the Arduino install was on the same Windows Drive (same drive letter)
  • there was no drive letter nor absolute path in the Makefile (e.g. used ../../arduino-1.5.2/restOfPath).  Changed so project Makefile referred to the Arduino install path as a relative path.  It would probably be best to always place it in parallel with your project directory

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