Hi all, just wanted to say I'm ALL IN on your Xcode 4.2.x + Arduino efforts!
I'm currently studying computer science at University of Oslo, and one of my topics of
study right now includes a project based on Arduino. To check out what previous
students of this topic have done with Arduino, see: http://sonen.ifi.uio.no/soneprosjekter
(it's in Norwegian, but there's plenty of pictures and video).
I worked as an OS X Server consultant for some years, before I decided I wanted to
move on and go full time as a developer and so went back to
school to learn computer science proper. In particular: iOS, OS X and Arduino projects.
SO :-), I'm very motivated to help out as best I can to get a decent environment for
doing Arduino projects on Xcode 4.2.x up and running. For now I'm reading everything
I can find to educate myself; starting with cloning Tim's excellent git repository to
get everything running. (Thanks, Tim!)
I'm determined to study and do whatever it takes to master Xcode and Arduino, in
particular using the iPhone and iPad to communicate with the Arduino over TCP/IP.
I've got the feeling there must be thousands of people like us around, wanting to
use Xcode for serious Arduino development. So how about we organize ourselves in
some way and launch arduinoandxcode.com, xcodeuino.com or similar? I can put up a simple Joomla-site
in two nights with the primary resources we need: a forum, a news blog, a downloads
section. We could start by setting up a Yahoo Group, having good experiences with it
from past projects, primarily the 'email group' functionality. Emails to firstname.lastname@example.org
registered users go to all other registered users with a [xcodeuino] tag in the email header,
just like good ole UseNet used to do. Very simple and very clean.
Let me know what you guys are thinking
All the best, //Storm