I'm a newbie, Is there any complete and step by step tutorial for Setup Eclipse indigo in using for ArduPilot development ?
I've followed http://code.google.com/p/ardupilot-mega/wiki/Eclipse but still failed in building
Thanks in advance.
I'm trying to do the same but in Netbeans. I found some guides to use Netbeans for the arduino code we have from arducopter or arduplane.
I'm interesting in make an interface program by myself but using the libraries we have jet.
If someone could to help to you I'm sure I try it with Eclipse too.
Tell us if you find the way.
How do you feel using Netbeans for code scanning? Is it convenient?
Really, I don't know. I can`t configurate Netbeans for Arduino. I never used Netbeans for programming, but I'm really interesting in.
May be someone could help me.
Hi all, I fully support this for setting up Eclipese beside a practical introduction to software and hardware in the loop testing!
Thanks a lot in advance.
any step-by-step tutorial that you might able to share ?
Unfortunately I can not share and in the recent (recorded) webinar on programming the APM, which I followed these aspects were handled too short for me as a newbee. This concerns also HITL and SITL in connection with a flight simulator.
Can someone of the developpers could help us?
I Believe it would be help for us as a newbie in this thing.
I have been using Eclipse to edit the arducopter code, but have not been able to solve my problems with it yet.
See the end of this thread:
The latest is that I have it fully working for ArduPlane, but am getting hundreds of "could not be resolved" for ArduCopter. Both compile fine but editing is a problem. I used the instructions on slide 5 of Andreas' webinar at https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1YAnIcsbGY0mg-hr7tkAubNtOpZP...
Ok, the people on the #eclipse IRC channel tell me that Eclipse's live Code Analysis tool is broken, and advised turning off most of it's error reporting features. So, I guess I have it working as well as possible. I'll post a detailed guide on the wiki shortly.
I'm just checking with developers to make sure I have the best method. Should be on the wiki within 2 days.