When Disable RXTX is selected, does the plugin not try and reset the arduino?
1.) Is there a possibility to configure the name of the automatically generated library f.e. "Arduino_Mega_2560_or_Mega_ADK" --> I would prefer the name "000b_ArduinoMega2560_Core". This will force the libraries to be listed on first position, before all other projects.
public static final String CoreProjectNamePrefix = ""; //used to be arduino_ but when chaging from MCU to board replaced by nothing
2.) Using "Serial Monitor View" give me only "/dev/ttyS0" (instead of "/dev/ttyACM0"), but "/dev/ttyS0" up to "/dev/ttyS3" is already in use on my linux box (eventually on all gentoo linux systems). Is this configurable or hard coded? Eventually you could add "/dev/arduino" in the search list? Than linux users could map any device using the udev rules to "/dev/arduino".
3.) Arduino-Configuration page, renaming suggestion: "test serial dll" --> "test serial library (rxtx)" would be better understandable for linux, mac and windows users
Let me know how I can help you improving the plugin.Some ideas:-testing with gentoo (at the moment only indigo is possible)-write an wiki for gentoo users --> http://en.gentoo-wiki.com-make some usability test (I'm an usability engineer) --> create issues at git-translation to german language-make some small bugfixes-make a donation for an picaxe
Q: 1.) Is there a possibility to configure the name of the automatically generated library f.e. "Arduino_Mega_2560_or_Mega_ADK" --> I would prefer the name "000b_ArduinoMega2560_Core". This will force the libraries to be listed on first position, before all other projects.A: The only option I can think of is to download the code and do the mod yourself.
I would advice to go to V2. However this functionality relies on CDT 1.8.1 which needs Juno.
The problem you mention is a Linux only issue and has recently been discussed on the developers list.
Is your objection against the word dll or the lack of rxtx.
Even adding a picaxe donation button will have to wait.
Help is welcome.
avrdude -patmega32u4 -cavr109 -P/dev/ttyACM0 -b57600 -Uflash:w:testSerial.hex:a
For the future do you plan to separate the V1 and V2 update site or is this already the case? If yes, how to use it?
Please can you post an link to follow this discussion.
The word 'dll' is the name for the file extension/suffix of the library used in windows environment (Dynamic Link Library?). Linux and possible Mac users don't know about that (linux extensions are f.e. ".a", ".so" for libraries).
I hope your answer also.
HOW can I help you? Please give me some notes.
-write an wiki for gentoo users --> http://en.gentoo-wiki.com-make some usability test (I'm an usability engineer) --> create issues at git
1.) The upload ignores build configurations and always tries to upload from the "Release" Directory no matter what build configuration is active.
2.) The only way I've got my Leonardo to work is by setting the project preferences to the bootloader com port then doing a manual reset on upload, if I use the normal com port setting, then upload resets the board (the board led starts flashing and windows re-aquirres the bootloader port) but the process then errors saying "Leonardo upload port is not appearing after reset"
3.) Currently I've not got my Due to work, compile goes fine, upload appears to work fine, but after upload the due freezes and can;t be reset, the only way to make it come back to life is to upload something from the Arduino IDE, then it will work properly - I'm still investigating this one...
As you've said your ill (Get well!) and not going to have much time, do you have V2 on Github so I could take a look?