Start your Arduino projects right out of the box
⚠️ For mbed projects, see Bare mbed Project.
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Ever wanted to start a new Arduino project and...
directory treeas you like?
Makefileto compile and upload your code from the
If you answered yes to one of the above, this Bare Arduino Project is just what you're looking for! :)
Based on what we've learned from our Moti project, this repo will allow you to:
avr-gcc 9.x.xto compile your code
C++17for your standard coding
make uploadto upload, thanks to Sudar's incredible project Arduino-Makefile
To put it in a nutshell, it allows you to write Arduino code the way you've always wanted!
The full procedure is detailed in INSTALL.md.
It will allow us to investigate first and not overflow the Arduino-Makefile issue tracker.
Because we are so awesome, we also provide your with 2 famous text editors configurations!
⚠️ Note: I haven't used SublimeText for developping in C/C++ for years, so the following might not work as expected.
To code in C/C++, we highly recommend using SublimeClang, ~~even if the plugin is not maintained anymore~~ (this fork seems to be up-to-date). ~~As far as we can tell, it works beautifully well and will save you a lot of time!~~ :)
As quarnster puts it:
Clang plugin for Sublime Text 2 providing auto complete suggestions for C/C++/ObjC/ObjC++. It'll also optionally parse the code as it's typed and show errors and warnings.
Vim is our default text editor and we use the incredible vim plugin YouCompleteMe for syntax checking and code completion.
As Valloric puts it:
YouCompleteMe is a fast, as-you-type, fuzzy-search code completion engine for Vim. It has several completion engines: an identifier-based engine that works with every programming language, a semantic, Clang-based engine that provides native semantic code completion for C/C++/Objective-C/Objective-C++ (from now on referred to as "the C-family languages"), a Jedi-based completion engine for Python, an OmniSharp-based completion engine for C# and an omnifunc-based completer that uses data from Vim's omnicomplete system to provide semantic completions for many other languages (Ruby, PHP etc.).
Please refer to the official Editorconfig documentation for more details and to download the plugins needed.
Help is always more than welcome. If you want to take part in this project, please, make sure you read our Contributing guidelines.
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Copyright (c) 2014 Ladislas de Toldi - ladislas at leka dot io
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