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protoplasma

Feb 06, 2010, 10:03 am Last Edit: Feb 06, 2010, 10:04 am by protoplasma Reason: 1
hello,
I'd like to know if anyone heard about a very light/easy to use interface for uploading code in arduino board.
it isn't for me. I'm more advanced, and I can use IDE, but some of friends for which I build things cannot.

the purpose: I code application (firmware). I upgrade it, and I want my friend to upgrade their board themselves easily

any way? ideas?

I can even code things if I knew from which point to begin...


all the best,

MikMo

The Arduino IDE really just calls AVRdude to do the uploading in the background.

You can turn on verbose compiling / upload and see just whats going on, and how the commandline for AVRdude should be build.

Then you could call AVRdude from a bat or cmd file or from a program you make yourself.

protoplasma

okay :)
thanks a lot for your information.

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