Package Details: arduide-git 0.r340.8beb733-1

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Package Base: arduide-git
Description: ArduIDE is a Qt-based IDE for the open-source Arduino electronics prototyping platform.
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Licenses: GPL
Submitter: MuPuF
Maintainer: aviallon (ZenoFuturista)
Last Packager: aviallon
Votes: 79
Popularity: 0.000001
First Submitted: 2010-08-16 00:45
Last Updated: 2018-10-31 12:59

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fphillips commented on 2010-11-11 22:21

Yeah, sure, it's a simple build and I've got uploads working now, so I know my hardware is good. I'm not a fan of the java ide anyway (the file selection dialog in particular irks me.)

You may also be interested to see my comment over there (AUR 8388) about using internal avrdude on Uno rather than community.

MuPuF commented on 2010-11-11 20:57

fphillips: We need to add support for the latest sdk first. Then, ttyACM0 isn't a serial connection. So, we need to change some code. We may work on all this this week end, would you be ok to try to changes?

pyropeter: Thanks for your comments, I've updated the package!
Namcap gives me these warnings though:
arduide-git W: Dependency included but already satisfied ('qt')
arduide-git W: Dependency included but already satisfied ('gcc-libs')

pyropeter commented on 2010-11-11 16:10

I would add arduino as a dependency, like mar77i proposed.
It does not make much sense to let the GUI install the SDK on linux, as it does not run as root and thus is unable to install software properly.

If you disagree, you should either add it as an optdepend or add a hint to post_install.

Hints on your PKGBUILD:
1. You should remove the example-PKGBUILD-stuff at the top
2. There is no information about the current maintainer (Maintainer-comment)
3. You can remove all empty variable declarations (e.g. "groups=()")
4. You can remove all occurences of "|| return 1", as the new makepkg detects errors automatically
5. The gcc-libs dependency is missing

fphillips commented on 2010-11-11 04:11

I can't get it to detect my Uno, which I have selected in board. It says "No device found." The Uno uses /dev/ttyACM0 - does your program have the ability to find or configure for this?

This must be the correct device file because I can put it in loopback and it echoes back in the arduino-0021 serial monitor. Although I haven't been able to upload yet, I'm getting the "stk500_getsync(): not in sync: resp=0x30" error.

MuPuF commented on 2010-08-28 11:21

mar77i: No, the right arduino sdk is downloaded by the IDE. If you already have aur/arduino(64)? installed, you can reuse it by telling the arduide where it belongs.

Let me know if you have a better idea on how to deal with this.

Thanks for caring about it.

mar77i commented on 2010-08-28 04:00

isn't arduino a dependency or at least optional dependency?