If it isn't too much hassle, I know that myself and many with me would appreciate a lot if
you could do a write-up of what you have learned so far about how this Xcode+Arduino.app setup
works. I'm thinking about a sequential description of how you understand everything runs from
the point to click Build&Upload, what happens with the makefile, documentation about the makefile
and other important knowledge like customizing code completion, syntax coloring et al.
Absolutely agree with that, when I get some time, I will try to do a nice write-up.
Maybe after we finnish integrating Arduino.app 1.0 ?
Maybe it's an idea to hack a quick Cocoa app or script that handles/starts the serial monitor automatically
for the user?
I have that app lying around here on my computer.. but I'm not sure I am convinced this should be part of the XCode project...
This is just my personal opinion, but I think this should be as general as possible and the least bloated possible. More stuffss == more places where things can break. People can always fork from the project to add extra special personal preferences to it..
I'm not sure I am right on this one... is serial communication essential in this project? Should it be from XCode? I feel not. What do you guys think?
I've also ordered the WiFly wifi shield from Sparkfun.com so my arduino can speak tcp/ip
with the world. Do you guys have any experience with this, or have any other wifi shield
There must be some people on this forum that have worked with those things, but that might be another thread...