I'm wondering, i thought i'd also give it a try, and installed visual studio 2015 community & visual micro on it.stevech wrote:Why not use Visual Micro? Supports Arduino's concept for compiling. Supports ARM Cortex targets. It is a plugin to the free Visual Studio which IMO is the best IDE there is.robca wrote:Windows x64.... everything works when used normally, I simply need the modified Arduino IDE at this point, to create the right .elf file
And both are free. But WIndows-only.
No tool fighting. Just use the install wizard and it works in 10 minutes. Intuitive.
I suffered a year working with Eclipse every day on a project. When that ended, I gladly stopped wearing the Eclipse shoes-with-rocks.
And when i try to build a basic arduino project for the maple mini, i get the following compiling errors:
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VM_DBG.cpp:In file included from VM_DBG.h:216:2: error: 'UARTClass' does not name a type :UARTClass *transport VM_DBG.h:217:13: error: 'UARTClass' has not been declared :void begin(UARTClass *theSerial, unsigned long baud) VM_DBG.h:In member function 'void VisualMicroDebug::setVariable(T&, int, int) VM_DBG.h:363:2: error: 'transport' was not declared in this scope etc....
Did i do something wrong?