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xerian

Jan 15, 2014, 01:34 pm Last Edit: Jan 15, 2014, 01:37 pm by xerian Reason: 1
I wrote a "wrapper" (in C++) for the GNU GCC under Linux, to be used with codeblocks.  It provide nearly the same features as the original arduino IDE :
-generate core static libs (as the arduino IDE)
-append include files (as the arduino IDE), and generate the corresponding static lib
-manage the linker to include generated libs  

No need to modify codeblocks, It "encapsulate" the gcc. Instead of using avr-gcc,avr-cpp .... just change to arduino-wrapper-gcc,  ....
Still in early beta, but i' m using it daily.
The source code is not ready to be published, some cleaning to do. I will make an effort and publish it under a free license only if somebody is interested.

Have to check it with "SAM" arch (it's implemented),  "AVR" is operational.
It provide too an easy way to use arduino code 1.0.5 to 1.5.5 ..
Probably useable with others IDE, or  under windows, have to check that.


Note: sorry for my english, if I made mistakes, else ...

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