Goede dag Jante,
Just posting in here to say a really big thank you for the work you have put in to make this plugin for Eclipse.
I have been using the standard Arduino IDE for some time now and wanted to move to an IDE that would provide more features for me.
I had looked at Eclipse a long while ago, but it was quite complicated to have it working with Arduino at that time.
So, the other day, I installed on my mac mini the 64 bit Eclipse Juno version 4.3.0 with CDT, followed by your plugin version 184.108.40.206.
The installs went well, as did the configurations once I figured out a few things.
I initially had problems with all sorts of errors coming up at build time and no hex file being made, my project uses Ethernet, SPI and TimerOne libraries.
I wanted very much that it would compile without errors, so that as I further develop my code using Eclipse as my IDE, any real problems would be highlighted, an no phantom errors.
After going carefully through my project and noticing what I had done incorrectly, I was rewarded with a successful build and could upload to a board, in this case a Freetronics EtherMega http://www.freetronics.com/collections/arduino/products/ethermega-arduino-mega-2560-compatible-with-onboard-ethernet#.UFcekmbeWfg
My other platform is Linux, ubuntu, so I will in time install the same setup on there as well.
Two questions though, if I could;
- As stated in this thread I believe, when including a library which contains a utility folder, such as Ethernet or SD or Wire, I also need to add the library paths to the project properties, section, C/C++ : Paths and Symbols.
Is this something that might be rectified in your plugin at some point in the future?
I have installed CoolTerm as my serial monitor now and it seems to be a great app for any serial comms. Plus I can configure it the way I like, in terms of gui style.
Again, Jante, bedankt voor de plugin,