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Curs0r

Yes AVR gcc provides debug information in coff format and into the elf... i've step debug avr gcc code in AvrStudio with the built in simulator.

There is also an option to use gdb and simulavr but simuavr is outdated (and i never tryed it)


Foozinator

Just found another conversation http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1196617535/0 that talks about how to do exactly that.  It looks a little stale, but if I can get it to debug, I'll have saved myself a lot of work!   ;)

bohne

Curs0r, the editor looks great!

Is there a todo list for this project? What are the next steps?

There might be some developers out there (including me) who want to support this project. Maybe you can explain your classes somewhere and add some comments to the source code so it is easier for others to participate?

But all in all it looks very nice! Thank you.

Nachtwind

Believe me, Mike, I calculated the odds of this succeeding against the odds I was doing something incredibly stupid[ch8230] and I went ahead

graymalkin

I love this program and I don't understand why this thread has turned into some sort of hate thread aimed at pissing off curs0r and MSFT, some one said they liked Arduino because it is multi-platform, .NET isn't on linux so I don't care attitude!  This is completely stupid,  many people use Windows and .NET makes more complex projects like this accessible to many developers to tackle, even if you don't use this your self it adds awareness to how sucky the Processing IDE currently is, after all it was never designed for this sort of use.

I will take this opportunity to thank curs0r for the great program and for his time.  And I would also like the people who used this thread to rant about MSFT and .NET to feel ashamed of themselves for dropping to such a disgusting level.

Regards,
/me

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