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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Anonymous comment on 2011-12-25 12:06

Thanks MuPuF, and merry xmas and a happy new year also to you.
Your suggestion was the first thing I tried with no luck, I'm afraid. I'm glad it isn't me!
I'll embed the header in the file as a temporary workaround until you fix it!

MuPuF commented on 2011-12-25 11:35

Hi dts142857,

Arduide's support for multifile projects isn't ready yet, it is a work in progress but I don't spend enough time on this project. I haven't abandoned it though and I'm still casually fixing bugs and improving a bit the user experience.

But eeven though the arduide doesn't fully support multiple project files, you should be able to make it work by putting the header file in your project directory. If it doesn't work, then there is a problem and I'll fix it when I'm back from vacation.

Merry xmas and happy new year

Anonymous comment on 2011-12-25 11:09

Hi. Having worked with (and not liked) the Arduino IDE, I'm trying yours. It looks much nicer, but I've run into a noobie problem experimenting with, which I was hoping could help me with a project. My noobie question is: where do I put project header files, or how do I tell the IDE where to find them? I've tried several locations but on building always get the 'no such file or directory' error.

MuPuF commented on 2011-12-11 23:03

bzeghers: Indeed, this situation is not acceptable.
I blame the gcc devs a lot because they are aware of this problem and it has been lasting for a LOOOOOOOOOOONG time.
How the hell can they release a new version with such outstanding issues...

By the meantime, we should bug the gcc-avr Arch maintainer for him to include the patch. I can understand why he wouldn't like to do so though.

bzeghers commented on 2011-12-11 22:55

Yes, I read that page and the workaround works for me but I was hoping for a real solution. Thanks.

MuPuF commented on 2011-12-11 10:19

bzeghers: Hey, solving this problem is still on my TODO list. However, please follow this wiki page and tell me if that helps you:

bzeghers commented on 2011-12-11 05:33

MuPuF: I am having the delay() issue with my Arduino and I'm trying to build your patched packages but I am getting the following error:

==> ERROR: Failure while downloading binutils-2.20.1.tar.gz

I even tried editing the PKGBUILD file to point to the .tar.bz2 file but I end up with even more problems. Could you please look into this so we can have a working compiler for our Arduinos? Or is there a better solution to this problem?

MuPuF commented on 2011-06-26 09:45

maxid: Sorry, I'm stupid.

cd /tmp

tar xf binutils-avr-debian-2.20.1-1.src.tar.gz
cd binutils-avr-debian
sudo pacman -U binutils-avr-debian-2.20.1-1.pkg.tar.xz (check the name)

Do the same for gcc-avr

Anonymous comment on 2011-06-26 06:42

i can't install it

sudo pacman -U binutils-avr-debian-2.20.1-1.src.tar.gz error: faltan los metadatos del paquete en binutils-avr-debian-2.20.1-1.src.tar.gz
error: 'binutils-avr-debian-2.20.1-1.src.tar.gz': paquete inválido o corrupto

MuPuF commented on 2011-06-24 21:21

cd /tmp

sudo pacman -U binutils-avr-debian-2.20.1-1.src.tar.gz
sudo pacman -U gcc-avr-4.3-4.3.5-2.src.tar.gz