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Updated Makefile.master
If you have been using my Makefile for Arduino sketches I've been updating it regularly with bug fixes and improvements, the latest being automated header file dependency checking. You can find the current version of the Makefile.master here.
12-Sep-2010
21:39:00
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Configuring NetBeans to use as an Arduino IDE
As I've said in an earlier post, I very quickly found the Arduino IDE to be way too primitive for serious use, so I decided to switch to using NetBeans as an alternative. First step was to create a Makefile, once I had that done I needed to configure ...
22-Jun-2010
20:09:00
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A Makefile for Arduino Sketches
When I started tinkering with Arduinos I started out with the standard Arduino IDE. It's great for getting started quickly but for more complex work, such as those involving libraries shared between Sketches, it quickly becomes limiting. What I wanted ...
04-Jun-2010
16:19:00
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Magic NetBeans logo
This video shows a guy called Marco Tempest doing some street magic with something that looks exactly like the NetBeans logo. Bizzare!
08-Oct-2006
06:40:11
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HTML-formatted JLabels and Matisse
I was trying to lay out a dialog that used the Matisse layout manager and included some JLabels that used HTML tags to format the content. Although it looked fine in the NetBeans GUI designer, previewing the dialog showed that the content at the bottom ...
11-Aug-2006
07:20:01
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Netbeans, JNI, Webstart and Apache
Although NetBeans has a Webstart module, it isn't really up to snuff yet, as I detailed in a previous post. Specifically, it doesn't support JNI code, and it can't sign the JAR files, which is needed if you have any JNI code to deploy. However, it's ...
28-Jun-2006
04:10:35
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Building Win32 JNI code using NetBeans and MinGW
I use a GPS mapping application called OziExplorer, and just for laughs I started fiddling around with encapsulating the API for the application so that I could use it from Java. Access to the API is via a DLL, which meant delving into the scary world ...
27-Jun-2006
08:37:33
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Using NetBeans with SourceForge (Win32)
I have a Win32 project hosted on SourceForge, and as it took me a bit of fiddling to get NetBeans to work with the SourceForge CVS server I thought I'd document the steps needed - although there is some information on the NetBeans and SourceForge sites, ...
27-Jun-2006
07:26:52
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Why I hate XML, and Ant's use of it in particular
I was googling around for examples of how to sign a JAR file in Ant using the signjar task and came across this monstrosity - 217 lines of turgid XML. How anyone can say Ant is an improvement over make is a mystery to me, and how anyone could ever think ...
25-Mar-2006
08:26:49
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Oooh! Shiny! ... NetBeans 5.0
I've been very happy with NetBeans 4.1, but I've been keeping an eye on all the new stuff in NetBeans 5.0 with anticipation, especially the new Mattise GUI designer. Over the last couple of days I've been knocking together a simple Java GUI and today I ...
01-Feb-2006
17:08:51
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Alan in wonDLLand
Yesterday evening I had another poke at the Java wrapper for OziExplorer that I'm sporadically working on, OziExplorer is the GPS mapping application that I use. It's a pretty fat API so I'm gradually chipping away at it. My latest tweak was to add a ...
14-Sep-2005
15:14:36
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Smorgasbord: Building Win32 JNI code using NetBeans and MinGW
I use a GPS mapping application called OziExplorer, and just for laughs I started fiddling around with encapsulating the API for the application so that I could use it from Java. Access to the API is via a DLL, which meant delving into the scary world ...
10-Jul-2005
07:52:31