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CowJam


Everything that Turbo C had in 1990.


Borland's Turbo IDE was the best I've ever used (though I did pascal rather than c). 

Coding Badly


Bah.  It didn't have "code completion".  The NuSphere PHP IDE is the best I've ever used.  That thing is able to read my mind!

Brandon_R

take a look at the modern editors such as visual studio, eclipse, netbeans etc and implement the successful features from each.

madsci1016



Would you like help getting the upload to work from the IDE?



I am deploying updates to remote Arduinos connected to hosts across a network. I'm not having issues with my local machine and it's ability to upload locally. I just want access to the compiled hex file so I can push it across the network.

mowcius

Well you can do that already - hold shift (or is it control) while compiling and it'll tell you where it dumped it.

madsci1016


Well you can do that already - hold shift (or is it control) while compiling and it'll tell you where it dumped it.


Quite aware of that; it's the only way I've been able to proceed. But like I said hunting down through the levels of temp folders is a giant waste of time and rather annoying. The folder changes randomly every so often.

IT was much easier when the hex file used to be saved in the project's directory. I am strongly urging that option to be added, much like the others on this thread.

mowcius

Well you just said you wanted to access it.

As they're testing beta at the moment and it's still hidden away in some random temp folder I doubt it's going to change :s

madsci1016

I guess you hadn't read my other posts in this thread?

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As they're testing beta at the moment and it's still hidden away in some random temp folder I doubt it's going to change :s


This sucks, there's many people asking for this to be added in this thread and elsewhere. Why are we getting ignored?

mowcius

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Why are we getting ignored?

Because that's what they do :(

madsci1016


CrossRoads

madsci1016:

"A topic you are watching has been locked by madsci1016.

View the topic at: http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php?topic=65142.new;topicseen#new"

&

"And I'd appreciate it if questions where asked on my blog so others who visit not from this forum could see the questions and answers as well. "

Ain't gonna happen, not enough  hours in the day for me to chase down your personal blog to address topics YOU started in this forum.
Designing & building electrical circuits for over 25 years.  Screw Shield for Mega/Due/Uno,  Bobuino with ATMega1284P, & other '328P & '1284P creations & offerings at  my website.

madsci1016

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Jun 29, 2011, 01:09 am Last Edit: Jun 29, 2011, 01:13 am by madsci1016 Reason: 1
CrossRoads,

You followed a link to my blog, read my tutorial and came back to the Arduino forum to ask me a question about what you read. It actually took you more time to come back the the Arduino forum to post the question then it did just to stay on the article.

You misread my tutorial and had a question I had to respond to and clarify. Now if anyone else has the same question that came from another source like the post on hackaday or another forum, I have to answer it again. And I'd have to check all the sources I posted to see if people had a question. I'm the one writing tutorials for beginners and you are asking me to spend more time chasing you down? Really?

I posted the link with synopsis here for people to find when the use the forums search function looking for a related question/issue. That should help beginners here find my tutorial when they need to.

And instead of PM'ing me you hunt me down on an unrelated thread to call me out and junk up someone else's topic? Is this really how people behave here?

Admins, please remove this and CrossRoads unrelated post. I don't want to take away from the feature request discussion.

CrossRoads

Didn't hunt you down, just noticed you had posted here after closing the other thread  in the middle of discussion and trying to enjoin me to regain the discussion of arduino topics elsewhere. I don't follow any hackaday forums or any others regarding arduino - just this one, where the original developers are.

Didn't take any more time to click on the open window of the original topic.

If any one happened to search for why arduino couldn't download while their circuit was hooked up, they would doubtless come across all the numerous instances of being directed to not connect to D0/D1 while trying to download.  And based on the questions posted, most do not.

So I'm not really in the mood to argue, I'm gonna go order some PCBs of my own design & start ordering parts...
Designing & building electrical circuits for over 25 years.  Screw Shield for Mega/Due/Uno,  Bobuino with ATMega1284P, & other '328P & '1284P creations & offerings at  my website.

retrolefty

Anyone wishing a more direct pipe to the ardudino developers might post their questions in their archive list:

http://arduino.cc/pipermail/developers_arduino.cc/

http://arduino.cc/mailman/listinfo/developers_arduino.cc

If anyone does this, tell them I want my hex files back.  :D

mowcius

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Jun 29, 2011, 11:23 am Last Edit: Jun 29, 2011, 11:29 am by mowcius Reason: 1
madsci1016, none of us like that way of talking - if you ask on the forum, people reply on the forum.

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I'm the one writing tutorials for beginners and you are asking me to spend more time chasing you down? Really?

No you're not - lots of people have written tutorials.

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Admins, please remove this and CrossRoads unrelated post. I don't want to take away from the feature request discussion.

You can remove your own post via the remove button, it's up to crossroads to decide if he wants to remove his post.

If you don't like it then keep it to yourself

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