I use Visual Micro with AS 6.1, it works fine.
I'm an emacs/makefile sort of guy
QuoteI'm an emacs/makefile sort of guy*is* there a current makefile/cli oriented development environment for Arduino?
Eclipse (IDE) provides a set of Emacs keybindings.
@picoYour coolness link in the footer is missing a s at the end.
@westfwMy eclipse arduino plugin is generating makefiles. According to wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emacs QuoteEclipse (IDE) provides a set of Emacs keybindings.After having read this article I think you'll prefer to stick to emacs ;-) http://cdtdoug.blogspot.be/2008/06/eclipse-versus-emacs-battle-unfinished.htmlBest regardsJantje
I've used Eclipse, and while I have absolutely nothing against it, I can't say it really does anything for me, either. Somehow there's just a bit too much stuff going on in various windows, too much mousing around. Emacs just feels like I'm home. All the commands are just muscle memory. A bit scary, really.
I know what you mean. But: "Change is good for you."
Quote from: Jantje on Oct 13, 2013, 03:38 pmI know what you mean. But: "Change is good for you."Plus ça change, plus c'est pareil...
Quote from: pico on Oct 13, 2013, 03:45 pmQuote from: Jantje on Oct 13, 2013, 03:38 pmI know what you mean. But: "Change is good for you."Plus ça change, plus c'est pareil... Il faut tout changer pour que rien ne change.
Do you use the debugging features of Visual Micro at all?