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Replacing Processing's text files with Arduino's (e.g. todo.txt)

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8 build/macosx/make.sh
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echo Extracting avr tools...
unzip -q -d "$RESOURCES/hardware" dist/tools-universal.zip
-
- LIBRARIES=$RESOURCES/libraries/
- cp -rX ../../net "$LIBRARIES"
- cp -rX ../../opengl "$LIBRARIES"
- cp -rX ../../serial "$LIBRARIES"
- cp -rX ../../video "$LIBRARIES"
- cp -rX ../../pdf "$LIBRARIES"
- cp -rX ../../dxf "$LIBRARIES"
fi
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-future things that we'd like to do but may never get to
-
-
-PRIORITIES
-
-ed
-_ quality of compiler errors + multiple errors
-X additional class files.. .java or .pde
-X find/replace
-
-juha
-_ documenting how the environment works / is set up
-
-amit
-X find/replace
-X println speed improvements
-_ 'debug' that shows a variable (rather than many many println)
-X tabs for multiple files
-
-zach
-2 _ setting breakpoints / stepping through
-2 _ useful as understanding for how program works
-2 _ tracing like director
-
-schoenerwissen
-2 _ tracing variables
-2 _ bspace object
-b X 7 day search on discourse board
-
-
-
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
-
-
-2 _ colorMode(CMYK)
-2 _ just does 1-r/1-g/1-b inside
-2 _ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CMYK_color_model#Converting_between_RGB_and_CMYK
-2 _ http://processing.org/discourse/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=Tools;action=display;num=1082055374;start=0
-
-
-CORE / Fonts
-
-2 _ textTracking()
-2 _ sbit font support
-2 _ both reading and building sbit fonts
-
-
-CORE / PGraphics3
-
- 2 _ picking
- 2 _ what is the API for picking?
- 2 _ ability to write data other than image into the buffer
- 2 _ user can introduce new kinds of buffers at will (!)
- 2 _ lists of names of objects, or the 'line number' buffer
- 2 _ but how to determine *where* on object the hit occurs
- 2 _ materials and shading
- 2 _ nicer/simpler api for moving the camera around
-
-
-2 _ cartesian/polar conversion
-2 _ http://proce55ing.net/discourse/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=Proce55ing_Software;action=display;num=1053354853
-2 _ thread includes code for the 2D case
-2 _ alter strokeWidth in LINE_STRIP
-2 _ http://proce55ing.net/discourse/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=Proce55ing_Software;action=display;num=1053795842;start=0
-2 _ keypressed is not persistent
-2 _ key repeat in os vs. how java handles it
-2 _ search java faq for info about getting around it
-2 _ drawMode() for MULTIPLY and ADD
-2 _ http://proce55ing.net/discourse/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=Proce55ing_Software;action=display;num=1051208333
-2 _ better api for fonts
-2 _ try with 1.4 frame buffer stuff to see if it's faster
-2 _ write shearing function
-2 _ optimize rotation functions
-2 _ update/noUpdate() could also be done to force explicit updates only
-2 _ for ui-type applications that don't need to continually redraw
-2 _ instead use void update() as a function like loop and draw
-2 _ third mode for interactive apps that have to be queried
-2 _ shouldn't do so much work (redrawing in loop) if waiting for input
-2 _ mode for when no full animation taking place
-2 _ otherwise machine is continually maxed out while app is running
-2 _ way to screen grab at higher resolution
-2 _ method for rendering at higher res and then scaling down
-2 _ (even if this causes signficant performance hit)
-2 _ look at GLUT for other needed shapes
-2 _ export to static flash-based graphics
-2 _ build in second matrix type: 2d affine
-2 _ write code for reading uncompressed b/w tiff images
-2 _ incorporate for fixed width fonts
-2 _ fast(er?) version of bagel that just uses java graphics
-2 _ but leaves out many features
-2 _ setting a fill color when drawing an image should affect the image
-2 _ or maybe image.setColor or setTone to mix a specific color in
-
-
-PDE / see you next year
-not necessary for 1.0 release
-
-2 _ better api for plugins
-2 _ jedit guide might be useful: http://plugins.jedit.org/building.php
-2 _ comments -> embedding in applet text? (ala javadoc)
-2 _ http://processing.org/discourse/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=Proce55ing_Software;action=display;num=1076967353
-2 _ would this help casey with the examples?
-2 _ type-ahead/teaching functions
-2 _ very useful for learning to program
-2 _ editor features asked for on the bboard
-2 _ line numbers like bbedit
-2 _ command to comment-out the current selection
-2 _ split screen
-2 _ collapsable functions, or quick access to functions
-2 _ http://proce55ing.net/discourse/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=Proce55ing_Software;action=display;num=1051301511
-2 _ make console like director messagewindow..
-2 _ ability to type commands and try functions
-2 _ menu option to change username/login
-2 _ if new user, offer to rename 'default' if it contains things
-2 _ user name is changed by clicking and typing
-2 _ after user hits 'enter', checks to see if user exists
-2 _ if not, pops up message asking if they want to change
-2 _ message goes in same spot as error/status label (turns yellow?)
-2 _ if user says 'no', then
-2 _ method of collapsing history for useful versions
-2 _ archive associated files as well.. data/etc
-2 _ see about setting up simple bug tracker/feature system
-2 _ // We can use sourceforge for bug tracking... (reas)
-2 _ queue for people reporting things externally
-2 _ bugzilla but simpler
-2 _ would also be nice for people to be able to vote on features
-2 _ run java code besides processing applets
-2 _ if not processing applet, look for a main(), no main give an error
-2 _ dbn2p5 converter.. ooh!
-2 _ tweak updater a little bit so it's more likely to work
-2 _ use numbered versioning?
-2 _ give updater feedback (progress dialog, error msg)
-2 _ error messages with link to what's wrong
-2 _ lots of ui ideas from adrien in the bbedit
-2 _ some ui stuff from fdb
-2 _ rename the button options to verbs
-2 _ http://proce55ing.net/discourse/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=Proce55ing_software_bugs;action=display;num=1032909986
-
-
-
-PDE / science fiction
-features we love, but probably won't be implemented 2048
-
-2 _ code as columns (screen is wide, code is not)
-
-3 _ toggle for showing a function name each time its hit
-3 _ toggle for showing line numbers within a function
-3 _ i'm here messages, tie in with breakpoints for debugger
-3 _ lightweight debugger, doesn't slow down, runs in back
-3 _ toggle to show attr/value for some var in simple way
-3 _ comments as debugging descriptors, output to console, shown in context
-3 _ comments as naming for shapes drawn after it,
-3 _ or some other model of naming based on inserted text with "" or // or #
-3 _ could fit nicely with printf-style statements and comments
-3 _ comments would contain descriptions //!blah for printing and formatting
-3 _ sketchbook - doodling/scribbling area..
-3 _ since wacom tablet easily accessible
-3 _ look into maxx programming
-3 _ single or multi-file cvs, not based on directories
-3 _ i.e. i want illustrator.java for a project
-3 _ version # stored in .java file
-3 _ if a new version is available, asks 'do you want to update?'
-3 _ multi-file: quicksort + sortable
-3 _ check out interface builder for interesting tidbits
-3 _ write converter for java bagel -> cpp version
-3 _ include #ifdefs for c stuff
-
-
-
-PDE / Pre-preprocessor & Compiler
-Currently using Oro for search and replace preprocessor,
-but Dan Mosedale is moving us to ANTLR
-
-2 _ for int i for 0 to b.length
-2 _ for i from 0 upto b.length
-2 _ actionscript has nice hastables.. as does perl/python
-2 _ would be nice to get better implementation in there
-
-2 _ additional data conversions to avoid this syntax:
-2 _ Integer.toString(), Integer.parseInt()
-2 _ works like class casting: int(23.4) same as ((int) 23.4)
-2 _ String(1234) -> translates to String.valueOf(1234);
-2 _ works for all data types that support valueOf
-2 _ i.e. valueOf(Object) returns null or Object.toString()
-2 _ int("1234") -> Integer.parseInt("1234")
-2 _ float("1234.35") -> (new Float("1234.35").floatValue())
-2 _ http://proce55ing.net/discourse/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=Syntax;action=display;num=1060940705
-
-2 _ (blah, blah, blah) = split(blah, "\t")
-2 _ 'like php's "explode" function'
-2 _ http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.explode.php
-2 _ example 2 is the more interesting one...
-2 _ list($user, $pass, $uid, $gid, $gecos..) = explode(":", $data);
-2 _ also see the inverse of that:
-2 _ http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.implode.php
-
-2 _ foreach implementation, ala java 1.5 spec
-2 _ http://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/jsr/tiger/enhanced-for.html
-2 _ for (String s : c) { ... }
-2 _ or example for sum of int array:
-2 _ int sum = 0; for (int e : a) { sum += e; }
-2 _ for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) -> for (int i < 10) (?)
-2 _ what's a better method for this?
-
-2 _ check through all the examples to look for other themes
-
-2 _ contextual syntax highlighting based on grammar
-2 _ everything that's in java.lang plus more is too much for keywords
-2 _ http://proce55ing.net/discourse/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=Proce55ing_software_bugs;action=display;num=1045665326
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635 license.txt
@@ -1,7 +1,11 @@
-this file includes licensing information for parts of processing.
+this file includes licensing information for parts of arduino.
-the gnu general public license covers the main body of the processing code
-(in general, all the stuff inside the 'app' subfolder).
+first, the gnu general public license, which covers the main body
+of the processing/arduino code (in general, all the stuff inside the 'app'
+and 'core' subfolders).
+
+next, the gnu lesser general public license that covers the arduino core
+and libraries.
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-
-casey -- this is a bunch of crap that i've scribbled down as i've
-thought of it.. maybe they should be moved to your list or removed if
-they're not useful?
-
-
-DOCS
-_ mention connection to java and docs on getting started in java
-_ make clear that setup is just for setup
-_ but should also in the future allow to create static image
-_ notes on debugging
-_ run with java -Xint blahblah (turns off jit)
- // I don't know where this should live, on BBS? What do you think
-_ p5 faq items: re midi support, msgs w/ adam hoyle in mail folder
-_ also 'why p5' message from amit pitaru on 12/15/02
-_ and p5 versus flash stuff
-_ lists the main arguments, could be a useful document
-_ list of reserved keywords
-_ make note of functions/variables used by ProcessingApplet
-_ using them in your app will break things (i.e. init())
-_ explain using inner classes and using non-public classes
-_ start 'errors' section
-_ NullPointerException inside setup usually means no size()
-_ ability to write functions and inner classes
-_ mention ability to use import statements in java mode
-_ ability to do real (but not public) classes in same document
-_ check to see if get/set functions in applet actually work
-_ fix documentation appropriately
-_ image formats supported (gif and jpeg)
-_ if image doesn't load, just prints an error on console
-_ notes about running on win98 and that stupid startup exception
-_ make note in documentation about convex polygons
-
-
-DOCS / technotes
-_ using runtime.exec to run .ai files
-_ code to automatically open generated .ai files (exec(..ai))
-_ debugging serial code
-_ hyperterminal - watching for binary garbage vs ascii text
-_ first debug (maybe even using ascii) and watch in hyperterminal
-_ or ship pooterm along with processing
-_ flicker - often ascii instead of binary
-_ timing of sleep, size of message, timing of write
-_ starting processing first, then stamp
-_ using objectXYZ() and screenXYZ()
-_ using curves
-_ making things faster
-_ memory running out, using ms and mx
-_ noBackground() if you're covering everything
-_ converting to/from ascii/decimal/hex/binary
-_ fixed width font format as technote and how to use
-
-
-
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
-LANGUAGE
-
-Adding to the API for advanced users, supporting concise coding
-
-
-foreach String line (lines)
-foreach (String line = lines)
-foreach (String line, lines)
-foreach (String line) of lines
-..would translate to..
-for (int i = 0; i < lines.length; i++) {
- String line = lines[i];
-}
-
-for (int i = 0..10) or for (int i, 0..10)
-foreach (int i) of 0..10
-for (int i = start..stop)
-..translating to..
-for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++)
-for (int i = start; i < stop; i++)
-
-emit(arrayImageX) or printvar? or vprint?
-..would translate to..
-println("arrayImageX = " + arrayImageX);
-
-emit(arrayImageX, arrayImageY)
-..would translate to..
-println("arrayImageX, arrayImageY = " + arrayImageX + ", " + arrayImageY)
-
-
-
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
-EXTENSIONS
-
-Scribblings for future API...
-
-
-BXSocket, BXServerSocket
- BXNetwork
-
-BXSerial
-
-> - playback of samples :
-> - methods: startSound (loop_num, start_ms, end_ms) , stopSound(),
-> volume() , pan()
-> - properties: duration
-> - formats: wav ( mp3 would be nice for compression )
-> - events: onSoundEnd(), onSoundLoop()
->
-> - synthesis (generating waves, filtering waves) would be wonderful to have
-> as well, but i think that samples should come first.
-
-BXSound, BXSampler or BXAudio
- play aiff or mp3 sound with a single command
- play buffer of samples with a single command
- full class allows play/pause/more advanced loading
-
-BXMovieInput/Output or BXVideo or BXQuickTimeOutput/Input
- BXMovie and BXCamera?
-
-BXImageIO, BXTiffImage
-
-BXDataFile (csv or tab separated data)
- BXDataMatrix
-
-BXDatabase, BXDatabaseCache (keeps queries to fill out table)
-
-
-
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
-
-MISCELLANEOUS NOTES
-
-
-buzz.pl
-opt-in/opt-out #ifdef setup
-rather than forcing people to use buzz.pl to compile. could pick
-features that are opt-out, like net, that would have comments:
-//#ifdef NET
-//#endif
-meaning that it would normally get compiled without any trouble
-or similarly, could have other sections commented out that are opt-in,
-that use #ifdefs to be enabled.`
-
-
-Things that break often/things to test
-_ handling of key events (both as applet and in application)
-_ per-vertex coloring for different kinds of shapes
-_ that each shape type works as expected
-_ what if one short or one too many vertices?
-_ transforms are affecting geometry
-_ i.e. are line and point working in 3D?
-_ why did i think that z was backwards from gl?
-
-biggest problems from french workshop
-_ syntax more difficult than expected: semicolons and braces
-_ part is translation issue--wasn't a quick fix
-_ curly braces weren't on the keyboard
-_ encouraging people to indent their code for clarity
-_ slow to understand 'blocks'
-_ translation issue but could be aided by visual cues in editor
-_ might be better to use braces on separate lines to reinforce
-_ couldn't enforce people working on specific exercises
-_ too many cubes.. people playing with 3d before understanding it
-_ would be nice to have examples for all concepts on site
-_ or in a small printed book that serves as a reference
-_ courseware not complete--difficult to collect assignments
-
-teaching 3D
-_ expectation for 3D objects is that they begin in the center
-_ rather than a translate(W/2, H/2) then draw rotating cube
-
-_ make processing useful/usable
-_ start working on writing pdf files
-_ loading images/files from same dir as .pde file
-_ option to use jikes
-_ use external editor or write a usable one
-_ write simple class for lcd panel
-_ build adapter to plug directly into db9 serial port
-_ figure out characters used on screen by default (check web)
-_ make unicode converter from unicode char -> lcd screen bytes
-_ hook up lcd screen to power/serial port to test
-_ code to reprogram lcd screen
-_ look through rabbit api
-_ look into integration of cmd line compiler
-_ check out flash for its text editor
-_ write function to swap different names for Proce55ing
-_ use for window title
-_ simple app that does swapping of letters as an animation
-
-also an interesting possibility (for tech-minded only)
- use terminal emulator, and run iostream from process
- use pooterm stuff for the emulation window
- key commands would conflict
- but could use emacs under osx, linux
- use nano (maybe emacs?) under windows
- and nothing for macos9
-
-
-
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
-
-BUILDING P5
-
-where to install jikes, jre, others?
-jre may need to be back in cvs, but annoying for dist
-because of all the CVS directories that it makes
-
-cvs co processing
-cd processing
-cvs update -P
-# optional, if you're only doing java dev
-rm -rf web
-
-need to have rt.jar from jdk 1.1 and comm.jar in the CLASSPATH
-to build bagel.. just gotta be that way, it's too messy otherwise
-
-need cygwin: zip, unzip, perl
-little guys: rm, cp, mv, tcsh
-
-build jikes for cygwin, use version 1.14, later than that has bugs
-./configure, make, make install
-add $cygwin/usr/local/bin to path
-
-dist directories contain only the files specific to that platform
-(those are the ones checked into cvs)
- when dist.sh is run:
- 1) a copy of the dist dir is created, renamed 'processing-nnnn'
- 2) the remaining files are added (buttons.gif, pde.properties)
- 3) files are lf converted (i.e. notes.txt)
-comm.jar now needs to be in CLASSPATH for build environment
-
-macos may be superior platform for building
- retain unix file permissions for linux
- resource fork goodness for the mac
-
-for jgl version of bagel, jgl.jar needs to be in classpath
-
-
-
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
-
-(C)BAGEL WORK
-
-The C Language version of the Bagel Graphics Library
-
-
-bagel engine: memoryimagesource, opengl, illustrator, postscript, pdf
-
-bagel to run on j2me / phones
-
-output to multiple languages: java -> c++ conversion
-
-cbagel engine: memory array, opengl bindings
-
-
-_ modify cbagel for opie
-_ would be interesting to build pre-processor for java p5
-_ but that converts into cpp version of bagel apps.. mmm
-_ update cbagel to current bagel status
-_ get gcc tied into processing
-_ java disassembly inside p5
-_ and assmebling it back again
-_ color() has a different meaning
-_ formerly a normalized 0..1 float to a packed rgb int
-_ now it's a color according to current standards
-_ float_color is a private version of the previous color()
-_ curve was broken (cvertexIndex being reset)
-_ curve() now doubles start/end points to be more logical
-_ (fits all four points by drawing six points)
-_ try screengrab using malloc and/or gobs of extra memory
-_ debug the version inside bagel b/c it's simpler
-_ bagel needs to be able to resize itself
-_ also to address screen as if it's another size
-_ is that simply a matter of changing the viewport?
-_ letterboxing as appropriate
-_ build windows app for testing bagel c++ ... -lgdi32 for cygwin
-_ updates from p5 api changes
-_ triangle() 6 parameters
-_ quad() 8 parameters
-_ rect/rectMode again
-_ new color solution
-_ color() -> uses colorMode
-_ red/green/blue() hue/saturation/value() functions
-_ getPixel/setPixel
-_ swap in 'color' as an int
-_ color c = #67aa78
-_ keyDown(), mouseDown(), lastMouseX, lastMouseY
-_ degrees(), radians()
-_ fill, background, stroke all with int version for packed rgb
-
-_ why won't glut shut up about modifiers?
-_ add millis() to bappletgl that returns glut millis
-
-_ BGL_PATH should turn paths into os9 ready paths for os9
-_ or whatever else for the other platforms
-_ macos9: font = loadFont(":fonts:Univers55.vlw");
-_ or could use a "File" style object
-_ or do all path conversions internally:
-_ loadFont, loadImage.. already do gz decoding
-
-_ makingmovie/screengrab should be moved into bapplet,
-_ along with the stuff for making an ai screen grab
-
-_ mouseX/lastMouseX should be handled automatically
-_ mousePressed() function may not need vars passed in
-_ or maybe the only vars are alt/left-right/ctrl/shift
-
-_ maybe mouseevent is passed in, but not used in the
-_ function unless people want advanced features
-_ mouseX/mouseY/lastMouseX/lastMouseY all set by parent class
-
-_ lastKey and lastKeyCode -- not as useful as the mouse stuff
-
-
-
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
-
-MENU PROPOSALS
-
-
-// File
-New
-Open
-Save
-Save as
-Export Web
-Export Application
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-Proce55ing.net
-Reference
------
-Quit
-
-
-// Edit
-Undo
-Redo
------
-Cut
-Copy
-Paste
------
-Find
-Replace
------
-Select All
-
-
-// Control
-Run
-Present
-Stop
------
-Step Forward (farway future)
-Step Backward (faraway future)
-
-
-// Sketch
-History
-Clear History
-Beautify
-
-
-// Environment
-Serial Port
-Use External Editor
-
-
-
-////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-
-
-JAVA PACKAGES
-
-
-jdk 1.3 packages
-
-java.applet
-java.awt
-java.awt.color
-java.awt.datatransfer
-java.awt.dnd
-java.awt.event
-java.awt.font
-java.awt.geom
-java.awt.im
-java.awt.im.spi
-java.awt.image
-java.awt.image.renderable
-java.awt.print
-java.beans
-java.beans.beancontext
-java.io
-java.lang
-java.lang.ref
-java.lang.reflect
-java.math
-java.net
-java.rmi
-java.rmi.activation
-java.rmi.dgc
-java.rmi.registry
-java.rmi.server
-java.security
-java.security.acl
-java.security.cert
-java.security.interfaces
-java.security.spec
-java.sql
-java.text
-java.util
-java.util.jar
-java.util.zip
-javax.accessibility
-javax.naming
-javax.naming.directory
-javax.naming.event
-javax.naming.ldap
-javax.naming.spi
-javax.rmi
-javax.rmi.CORBA
-javax.sound.midi
-javax.sound.midi.spi
-javax.sound.sampled
-javax.sound.sampled.spi
-javax.swing
-javax.swing.border
-javax.swing.colorchooser
-javax.swing.event
-javax.swing.filechooser
-javax.swing.plaf
-javax.swing.plaf.basic
-javax.swing.plaf.metal
-javax.swing.plaf.multi
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+Arduino is an open-source physical computing platform based on a simple i/o
+board and a development environment that implements the Processing/Wiring
+language. Arduino can be used to develop stand-alone interactive objects or
+can be connected to software on your computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, MaxMSP).
+The boards can be assembled by hand or purchased preassembled; the open-source
+IDE can be downloaded for free.
+
+For more information, see the website at: http://www.arduino.cc/
+or the forums at: http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl
+
+To report a bug or a make a suggestions, go to:
+[hardware] http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?board=hwbugs
+[software] http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?board=swbugs
+
+INSTALLATION
+Detailed instructions are in reference/Guide_Windows.html and
+reference/Guide_MacOSX.html. For Linux, see the Arduino playground:
+http://www.arduino.cc/playground/Learning/Linux
+
+If you are using a USB Arduino, you will need to install the drivers for the
+FTDI chip on the board. These can be found in the drivers/ directory.
+
+* On Windows, plug in the Arduino board and point the Windows Add Hardware
+ wizard to the drivers/FTDI USB Drivers sub-directory of the Arduino
+ application directory.
+
+* On the Mac, mount the FTDIUSBSerialDriver_v2_1_9.dmg (on PPC Macs) or the
+ FTDIUSBSerialDriver_v2_2_9_Intel.dmg (on Intel Macs) disk image and run the
+ included FTDIUSBSerialDriver.pkg. You will need to restart your computer.
+
+* On Linux, drivers are included in kernel versions 2.4.20 or greater.
+
+CREDITS
+Arduino is an open source project, supported by many.
+
+The Arduino team is composed of Massimo Banzi, David Cuartielles, Tom Igoe,
+Gianluca Martino, and David A. Mellis.
+
+Nicholas Zambetti has contributed from the beginning.
+
+Yaniv Steiner and Giorgio Olivero have been supporting the project and are
+working at using it with the Instant Soup platform.
+
+Arduino uses the GNU avr-gcc toolchain, avrdude, avr-libc, and code from
+Processing and Wiring.
+
+UPDATES
+
+0016 - 2009.05.30
+
+[documentation / examples]
+* New communication examples (w/ corresponding Processing and Max/MSP code) by
+ Tom Igoe.
+
+[core / libraries]
+* Adding support for the Arduino Pro and Pro Mini 3.3V / 8 MHz w/ ATmega328.
+* Adding support for the LilyPad Arduino w/ ATmega328.
+* Adding write(str) and write(buf, size) methods to Print, Serial, and the
+ Ethernet library Client and Server classes. This allows for more efficient
+ (fewer packet) Ethernet communication. (Thanks to mikalhart.)
+* Improvements to the way the Ethernet library Client class connects and
+ disconnects. Should reduce or eliminate failed connections and long
+ timeouts. (Thanks to Bruce Luckcuck.)
+* Optimizing the timer0 overflow interrupt handler (used for millis() and
+ micros()). Thanks to westfw and mikalhart.
+* Fixing bug that limited the bit() macro to 15 bits. Thanks to Paul Badger.
+* Adding ARDUINO version constant (thanks to prodding from mikalhart).
+
+[environment]
+* Ordering the items in the Tools > Board menu.
+* Adding "Copy as HTML" command to the Tools menu.
+* Eliminating (maybe) the occasional "Couldn't determine program size" errors.
+ Thanks to the Clever Monkey.
+* Moving selection of Linux look-and-feel into the arduino script so it can
+ be changed by users. Thanks to Eberhard Fahle.
+
+[tools]
+* Adding automatic dependency generation to the Makefile. (Lars Immisch)
+
+0015 - 2009.03.26
+
+[core / libraries]
+* Adding support for the Arduino Mega (ATmega1280).
+
+[environment]
+* Reinstating use of core.a library in the build process, slightly shrinking
+ compiled sketch sizes. (Thanks to William Westfield.)
+* Fixing bug in copy for forum (thanks to eried).
+
+0014 - 2009.03.07
+
+[core / libraries]
+* Fixing bug that prevented multiple outgoing Client connections with the
+ ethernet library.
+
+[environment]
+* Clarifying ATmega168 vs. ATmega328 in the Tools > Boards menu.
+
+[tools]
+* Updating the Mac OS X AVR tools to AVR MacPack 20081213. This includes
+ avr-gcc 4.3.2, which should fix problems with functions called from
+ within interrupts.
+
+0013 - 2009.02.06
+
+[documentation / examples]
+* Adding examples for Parallax Ping Sensor and Memsic 2125 accelerometer.
+
+[core / libraries]
+* Adding support for the ATmega328. The upload speed is 57600 baud, so you
+ may need to edit boards.txt or reburn your bootloader if you bought an
+ ATmega328 w/ bootloader from adafruit or other supplier.
+* Adding support for printing floats to Print class (meaning that it works
+ in the Serial, Ethernet, and LiquidCrystal classes too). Includes two
+ decimal places.
+* Added word, word(), bitRead(), bitWrite(), bitSet(), bitClear(), bit(),
+ lowByte(), and highByte(); see reference for details.
+* Working around problem that caused PWM output on pins 5 and 6 to never go
+ to 0 (causing, for example, an LED to continue to glow faintly).
+* Removing cast macros, since function-style casts are a feature of C++. This
+ should fix contributed libraries that broke in Arduino 0012.
+* Modifying pulseIn() to wait for a transition to start timing (i.e. ignoring
+ any pulse that had already started when the function was called).
+* Fixing bug in random() that limited the ranges of values generated. Thanks
+ to Mikal Hart.
+* Modifying delay() to pause for at least the given number of milliseconds.
+* Fixing bug in Ethernet library that interfered with use of pins 8 and 9.
+* Originating each outgoing network connection from a different port (in the
+ Client class of the Ethernet library). Thanks to Paul and joquer.
+* Updating ATmega168 bootloader to work with standard distributions of avrdude
+ (responding to signature requests made with the universal SPI command) and
+ correctly store EEPROM data. Thanks to ladyada.
+
+[environment]
+* Omitting unused functions from compiled sketches, reducing their size.
+* Changing compilation process to allow for use of EEMEM directive (although
+ not yet uploading EEPROM data).
+
+0012 - 2008.09.18
+
+* Added Arduino Nano to the boards menu.
+* Arduino Pro or Pro Mini (8 MHz) to the boards menu.
+* Added Firmata library by Hans Steiner and others. This provides a standard
+ protocol for communicating with software on the computer.
+* Added an Ethernet library for use with the Arduino Ethernet Shield.
+* Added a Servo library based on the work of Jim Studt.
+* Added a LiquidCrystal library based on the work in the playground. It
+ supports both 4- and 8-bit modes.
+* Improved millis(): it now overflows after 49 days instead of 9 hours, but
+ now uses slightly more processing power.
+* Fixed reversing direction bug in Stepper library. (Thanks to Wayne Holder.)
+* Moved insertion of #include <WProgram.h> to after any comments and #include
+ statements in the main sketch file. This means that an #include <stdlib.h>
+ now works.
+* Upgraded to newer versions of avr-gcc (4.3.0) and avr-libc (1.6). This
+ provides support for newer Atmel chips, but may increase the size
+ of sketches.
+* Allowing per-board specification of the upload.using preference, allowing
+ upload via bootloader to some boards and via a programmer to others.
+* Added return values to some functions in the Wire library to allow for
+ better error handling.
+* Fixed random() to work with long values.
+* Creation of an abstract Print base-class to allow Serial, SoftwareSerial,
+ and LiquidCrystal to share code for print() and println().
+* Incorporated ladyada's watchdog timer mods to the bootloader source, but
+ only compiling them in for the Pro and Pro Mini (because they are included
+ in the bootloader being burned on the boards by SparkFun).
+
+0011 - 2008.03.28
+
+* Fixed Find in Reference.
+* Added map() function for mapping values from one range to another.
+* Added analogReference() function.
+* Added interrupts() and noInterrupts() functions.
+* Added degrees() and radians() functions.
+* Added timeout parameter (in microseconds) to pulseIn(); default is 1 second.
+* Support for uploading sketch using a programmer.
+* Improved detection of functions that need prototyping.
+* Placing function prototypes after #include's and #define's.
+* No longer moving #include statements to the top of the sketch.
+* Can now drag .pde files onto the Arduino dock icon on Mac OS X.
+ Thanks to Peter Sgouros.
+* New script for downloading the reference from Tom Pollard. Thanks Tom!
+* Miscellaneous Mac OS X and other patches from Wim Lewis. Thanks Wim!
+* Updated Mac OS X FTDI drivers.
+
+0010 - 2007.10.11
+
+* Support for the LilyPad Arduino.
+* Vista support.
+* Mac OS X universal distribution.
+* Printing!
+* Copy for discourse.
+* New Board menu replaces the Microcontroller menu.
+* New Burn Bootloader menu offers a choice of programmers.
+* New and improved keyboard shortcuts.
+* Fixed some find/replace bugs.
+* Better auto-format.
+* Improved error messages when uploading.
+* Support for COM10 and higher on Windows.
+* Fixed automatic refresh of the Serial Port menu under Windows.
+* Quaqua look-and-feel on Mac OS X.
+* Reorganization of the Arduino application directory.
+
+0009 - 2007.08.06
+
+* Added support for the Arduino Diecimila.
+* Switched to using avrdude (instead of uisp) for uploading sketches.
+* Added the ability to burn NG and Diecimila bootlaoders (with an AVRISPmkII).
+* Fixed a bug in SoftwareSerial (a hardware serial function was being called
+ instead of the software serial equivalent). Thanks to brianbr for the
+ report and fix.
+
+0008 - 2007.06.09
+
+* Updated examples (in distribution and on the website).
+* Added an EEPROM library (see reference for details).
+* Added a Stepper motor library (see reference).
+* Patched to reduce binary sketch sizes by building the Arduino core as
+ a library (.a) file - now only the needed parts of the core are linked into
+ a sketch. Originally written by Nicolas Roland, revised by Don Cross.
+* Fixed bug in Serial.available(). Report and fix by Don Cross.
+* Now recompiling libraries when switching microcontrollers. Report by
+ Julian Bleecker; fix by Nicholas Zambetti.
+* Cleaned up core functions: moved pin definitions into program space to save
+ RAM, and other minor improvements. Contributed by Jim Studt.
+* Lots of reference additions and fixes from Paul Badger.
+* Changed default microcontroller to ATmega168 from ATmega8.
+* Removed the delay from analogRead().
+* Activating TWI/I2C pullup resistors on the ATmega168 (in addition to the
+ ATmega8).
+
+0007 - 2006.12.25
+
+* Smaller core (about 3.5 KB instead of 4.5 KB).
+* Added a SoftwareSerial library (thanks to Antonio, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, and
+ bigengineer for their help).
+* Implemented a Serial.flush() routine; see reference for details.
+* Digital pins 0 and 1 can be used for i/o until a call to Serial.begin().
+* Replaced avr-lib's uart routines with custom code for handling serial
+ communication and modified C++ serial commands to call the C serial commands;
+ the code may behave slightly differently in border cases (e.g. non-standard
+ speeds, or on overflow).
+* Added attachInterrupt() and detachInterrupt() functions for handling of
+ external interrupts on pins 2 and 3.
+* Implemented shiftOut() routine; see reference for details.
+* Defining binary constants: e.g. B1010 is 6.
+* Mac versions no longer require running of the macosx_setup.command script.
+* Windows version comes with the FTDI USB drivers already unzipped.
+* New Linux binary distribution (still requires some programs to be
+ pre-installed).
+
+0006 - 2006.10.21
+
+* Mac version no longer requires Java 1.5, meaning it should run on 10.3.9.
+* Added support for analog inputs 6 and 7 and pwm on pins 5 and 6 on the
+ on the ATmega168 used in the Arduino Mini (extra analog inputs not available
+ in DIP ATmega168s).
+* You now select the baud rate for the serial monitor from within the editor
+ status bar when the serial monitor is running instead of from the Tools menu.
+* Pressing enter within the serial monitor edit box no longer appends a newline
+ to the message sent to the board.
+* Included the Wire (TWI) library from Wiring.
+* Updated the reference.
+
+0005 - 2006.09.26
+
+* Applied patch from Hans Steiner to improve Linux support by searching for avr
+ tools in the user's path instead of expecting them at a fixed location.
+* Added an upload.verbose preference for help in debugging.
+* ATmega168 support!
+* New Wiring-compatible randomSeed(), random(max) and random(min, max) functions
+ (except operating on longs instead of floats).
+* Fixed bug that sometimes caused uploading of old versions of a sketch.
+* Serial monitor nows include an interface to send messages to the Arduino
+ board. Pressing return appends a newline, pushing the send button doesn't.
+* Now displaying "burning bootloader..." and "compiling..." status messages.
+
+0004 - 2006.04.26
+
+* Main sketch is now compiled as C++ (instead of C).
+* Updated avr toolchain.
+* printInteger(), printHex(), etc. now handle longs.
+* millis() fixed (now overflows after days, not minutes)
+* Fixed path to java in Windows run.bat.
+* Added Matrix and Sprite libraries (written with Nicholas Zambetti).
+* PWM now working on pin 11 (in addition to pins 9 and 10).
+* Slowed PWM frequency (on all three PWM pins) to 1KHz.
+* Now give an error if compiled sketch is too big.
+* Fixed abs(), min(), max(), and constrain() macros.
+* Added menu items to the IDE to burn bootloader.
+* Now display binary sketch size on upload, and give error if too big.
+* Added C++ serial library.
+* Resynced with Processing/Wiring IDE code (improved auto-format, faster logging
+ to serial monitor console, other bug fixes)
+* New library system.
+* Updated to latest version of the RXTX serial library; Mac users will need to
+ rerun macosx_setup.command.
+
+0003 - 2006.01.16
+
+API Changes
+* Reversed the analog input pins to correspond to newer boards. This means
+ a call, for example, to analogRead(0) must be changed to analogRead(5) in
+ order to read the same physical pin.
+* Added a printNewline() function (which sends '\n' = ASCII 10).
+
+New Stuff
+* Reference is included (features native to C not yet documented).
+* Serial monitor added (click the toolbar button to turn it on or off). Baud
+ rate is controlled by the Serial Monitor Baud Rate Menu, defaults to 9600.
+ Icon and implementation from Wiring.
+* Serial port menu now automatically refreshes when opened.
+* New blue color scheme and icons courtesy of Noah Shibley (colors are hardcoded
+ into the source to ensure consistency with image files).
+* Keyspan and FTDI USB drivers included with Mac and Windows distributions.
+
+Bug Fixes
+* millis() now updates every millisecond instead of every second.
+* Bootloader included with Windows distribution (it was already in the Mac
+ dist).
+* Updated icon of the Windows executable.
+* Now flushing the serial port before uploading (should fix some errors).
+* Improved accuracy of the delayMicroseconds() function.
+
+Other
+* Upload rate no longer selectable from a menu within the IDE. Instead, edit
+ the serial.download_rate item in the preferences.txt file.
+* Created Xcode project for building Arduino on the Mac (doesn't yet regenerate
+ the grammar files or package the distribution); active target should be "App".
+* Removed unused or unimplemented items from menus.
+
+0002 - 2005.10.05
+
+* New build process no longer uses makefiles; now controlled by preferences.txt.
+* core/ replaced with targets/; can now link against Wiring libraries.
+* Replaced print() with printString, printInteger, printHex, printByte, etc.
+* Added menu for selecting serial port speed.
+* Updated icon.
+* Bootloader shrunk to less than 1 KB; fuses updated accordingly.
+* Added serialRead(), serialAvailable(), and delayMicroseconds().
+
+0001 - 2005.08.25
+
+* This is the first released of the unified IDE + language library
+ it's a terrible hack... but it works. at the moment it's in alpha stage
+ but it can be used to work.
+* The processing preprocessor is included but not used.
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-0165 pde (1.0.3)
-X no changes in this release
+0016 arduino
-_ add option to use full screen exclusive mode on present inside pde?
-_ override default setting of macosx (yes) and linux/win (no)
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=1043
-_ linux present mode isn't working properly
+PROCESSING 5503 SYNC
-_ make better version of the windows launcher for debugging
+Move library examples from the library folders into the example folder.
-_ update to java 6u12
+Don't explicitly add the built-in or user library examples to the examples menu. Instead, the built-in library examples will be in the examples folder, and the user-library examples will appear in the sketchbook menu.
-X try adding a space to the name of the help menu for beachball problems
-_ this works, might be useful to make the switch
-_ disable sketchbook and examples menus on os x?
+Add library keyword highlighting.
-_ after deleting a tab code still get's preprocessed, pde file is not forgotten
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=1092
+Test the dist.sh. (Revise the disk image and include the drivers.)
-_ proper libraries warning dialog
-_ check if libraries folder does not exist
-_ check to see if other libraries are installed
-_ warn user about moving libraries and restarting
+Copy over Arduino todo.txt
-E2 _ Default wildcard imports are causing naming conflicts
-E2 _ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=1103
+Add readme (at least to the source tree, even if it doesn't make sense in a distribution of a single .app file)
-_ fix isManagingFocus error inside JEditTextArea
+Update reference.
-_ windows exported exe problems (pcho)
-_ lib folder goes missing, give an error
-_ also any .jar files that are missing, give an error
-_ showing more debug messages (command line?)
+Remove the Processing libraries.
-_ can't rename a .pde file as a .java file
-_ shift-tab with no selection should go back two spaces
+Test bootloader burning w/ an AVRISP and a parallel programmer.
-_ add general outline of 1.5 and 2.0 releases to the faq
-_ video is on its way out, no good/simple solution for fixing now
-_ andreas' library will do good things eventually
+Add the Serial monitor.
-_ move library examples to the examples menu
-_ do this once the library documentation has been fixed up
+Change the colors.
-_ need to do a better job of error handling inside main()
-
-4 _ mangled menu text with java 6u10
-4 _ need to try adding the d3d flag to the .exe
-4 _ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=1065
-
-
-[ needs verification ]
-
-_ export and export to application fail with umlauts in folder name
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=252
-_ stop button needs to update itself and work properly [1.0]
-_ also editor buttons to light up and clear properly
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=396
-_ need someone to go out and test all scenarios of this
-
-
-[ known bugs ]
-
-_ command line support is currently broken
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=1048
-_ some fixes can be found in the bug report
-_ video library threading problems with other libraries
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=882
-_ using Capture.list() before size() sometimes works
-_ also placing OpenGL inside the extensions directory
-_ serial.available() broken with video
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=829
-_ first few frames of OpenGL sketches on Windows run slowly
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=874
-_ Slow response or spinning wheel from the menu bar on Mac OS X
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=786
-_ sometimes not launching
-_ this seems to be a threading problem, like an NPE on load/open
-_ probaby related to the other load/save sync errors
-_ significant point() and set() slowdown on OS X
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=1094
-
-
-with casey
-_ specifically add "eclipse" to integration description
-_ link books and sample chapters from the "getting started" portion of the faq
-_ keep examples.zip in a zip file? (5000 files @ 30 MB instead of 15 MB zip)
-_ mark examples as untitled (rather than read-only)
-_ maybe even pull these directly from the zip file?
-_ load examples from zip files
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=1049
-_ disallow add file to sketch, export, export application
-_ pretty much anything inside the sketch?
-_ but don't do this with untitled, cuz it kinda stinks
-_ this is too weird--just put examples into individual zip files
-_ mark example files as untitled
-_ though will that require the sketch to be saved before export?
-_ find in reference issues
-_ if() and for() don't work, they look for for_.html instead of for.html
-_ XMLElement is not linked for find in ref
-_ the ? operator is not in find in ref (no ref page either?)
-_ update keywords generator script on the site
-_ perhaps move this closer to the dev process?
-_ move reference folder around so that it matches site organization
-_ otherwise several links break on the main faq page
-_ discuss i18n issues and proper system (?)
-_ look through 404 issues on the site
-_ TRIANGLE_STRIP not highlighted for "find in reference"
-_ nor is it listed on the reference page
-_ so students can't find the ref for it
-_ needs to link TRIANGLE_STRIP to the beginShape() reference
-
-
-libraries and classpaths [1.0]
-_ versioning info
-_ http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/docs/guide/extensions/versioning.html
-_ java.ext.dirs for /System/Library/Java/Extensions
-_ http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/docs/guide/extensions/spec.html
-_ can set java.ext.dirs to something else
-_ on osx, just ignore anything in /Library/Java/Extensions (but not others)?
-_ native lib stuff, use native.txt in lib folder, then:
-_ String osName = System.getProperty("os.name");
-_ String osArch = System.getProperty("os.arch");
-X update to jogl 1.1.1
-X do this with enhanced library/platform support
-X see how platform is determined by jogl / use for lib import
-_ add control for dependencies (i.e. svg needs xml), needed for export
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=518
-_ add "pretty menu name" to the export.txt file
-_ move export.txt to xml? (nah, it's only flat information)
-_ need better platform designation setup for libs
-_ library installation should use the sketchbook folder, not the p5 folder
-_ actually enforce this, give users a warning about other libs
-_ need to deal with classpath conflicts
-_ avoid garbage that people have installed on their machines
-_ antlr.jar in the classpath will cause trouble..
-_ http://processing.org/discourse/yabb_beta/YaBB.cgi?board=SoftwareBugs;action=display;num=1138652326
-_ jogl jar files, or jogl install will cause trouble
-_ /System/Library/Java/Extensions or /Library/Java/Extensions
-_ the /System one contains qtjava
-_ the /Library one is empty (by default), maybe skip it?
-_ when a conflicting library is found, need to report it
-_ altho prolly only when it's actually different (md5hash it?)
-_ this seems to be causing a lot of trouble with recent releases
-_ (opengl changes and whatnot)
-_ jar files like the bad aiexport plugin will cause serious problems
-_ need to ignore processing.core classes showing up in other jar files
-_ tougher than it looks, because it all depends on what java wants to use
-_ i.e. even if not specified, the stuff will be in the classpath
-_ need to make classpath code be less promiscuous
-_ the order of adding libraries to classpath should be opposite
-_ the important local libraries should be first in cp, user contrib later
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=321
-_ java.extension.dirs has the library/extn stuff
-_ can probably set this blank
-_ the jar from which a class file has been loaded
-_ getClass().getProtectionDomain().getCodeSource().getLocation().getFile()
-_ example from jsyn
-JSyn Installer build 011
-java.vm.version = 1.5.0_07-87
-java.library.path = .:/Library/Java/Extensions:/System/Library/Java/Extensions:/usr/lib/java
-java.ext.dirs = /Library/Java/Extensions:/System/Library/Java/Extensions:/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/1.5.0/Home/lib/ext
-Installing Native library JSynV142
-Copy: http://www.softsynth.com/jsyn/plugins/archives/libJSynV142.jnilib
- to: /Users/fry/Library/Java/Extensions/libJSynV142.jnilib
-Native component JSynV142 downloaded successfully.
-Installing JAR file JSynClasses.jar
-Copy: http://www.softsynth.com/jsyn/plugins/archives/JSynClasses.jar
- to: /Users/fry/Library/Java/Extensions/JSynClasses.jar
-JAR file JSynClasses.jar downloaded successfully.
-Note: you must restart your browser before running any JSyn Applets!
-Installation completed.
-_ set DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH to include .dylib and other framework stuff
-_ java.library.path will only handle .jnilib stuff
-_ need better error messages for broken api / library troubles
-_ e.g. ocd is broken in 0125 because of method signature changes
-_ could have library developers update compatability note
-_ so they would need to test library and say "compatible with 0110"
-_ before it would automatically update or show as an update
-_ tools -> get library
-_ library url: [ http://blahblah.org/something ]
-_ this would grab something.version, and something.zip
-_ maybe something.xml that would include a bunch of background
-_ tools -> update libraries
-_ this would check the something.version to see if it's newer
-_ document how to add libraries: put in sketchbook (not libraries folder)
-_ library/download.url and library/home.url
-_ if there's a reference subfolder, add that to the help menu
-o and enable it for "find in reference"
-X nice idea but too error-prone
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-DOC / Bugzilla
-
-_ add bug voting to the bugs db before 1.0 release?
-_ remove LATER, REMIND, WORKSFORME as categories; add VERIFY
-_ set default reported bug priority to 4 or 5
-_ * disable changes to a bug (except by admin) after closed *
-_ fix "reply" garbage added
-_ fix "back to bug# 778"
-_ remove patch designation
-_ make severity a radio button (people aren't using it)
-_ change to just ( ) Problem ( ) Feature Request (remove 'severity')
-_ remove 'platform' dropdown
-_ specify some versions? also add back a "target version" for fix?
-_ explanation of P1 through P5
-_ goes to bugs page
-_ longer description of "i found a bug"
-_ what was the unfinished bullet item?
-_ also something i forgot to add to the opengl faq stuff
-_ move the bugs section of the troubleshooting page to dev.processing.org/bugs
-_ search for ALL in the bugs db turns up:
-http://dev.processing.org/bugs/buglist.cgi?bug_status=UNCONFIRMED&bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=VERIFIED&bug_status=CLOSED
-http://dev.processing.org/bugs/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&query_format=advanced&order=bugs.priority,bugs.priority%2Cbugs.resolution%2Cbugs.bug_id&query_based_on=
-_ add note to bugs db asking to please use archive sketch and attach
-_ make a web page that describes how to use the bugs db
-_ don't change the bug subject/summary text
-_ don't mess with priorities (i will)
-_ need to change what people can edit in the bug report
-_ do something about the bug summary field to not make it editable
-_ maybe just move it away from its current location?
-_ call it "bug title" instead of "summary"?
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=253
-_ layout problems with attachments page
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=254
-_ layout problems with logout page
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=255
-_ bug duplicate text field doesn't retain focus
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=256
-_ finish putting all the bugs into bugzilla
-_ add a notation to the bugs site re: reading the faq and searching first
-X move p5 site bug reporting to bugzilla
-_ do the same for suggestions
-_ and detail the suggestions policy on the dev site: diy
-_ post a page explaining the bug reporting system
-_ arrays (frequent questions)
-_ using arraylist (avoid vector)
-_ cannot use generics
-_ using mod to avoid shifting an array
-_ append is slow, arraycopy is fast
-_ whether arraycopy works to copy array to itself
-_ using expand and arrays to move quickly
-
-
-DOC / Write Me
-
-_ PDE locks up during setup() (since no window shown)
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=687
-_ maybe better to do an example of running code on another thread
-_ when it's done as a script
-_ stop() to shut down a sketch (but not quit/close window)
-_ MIN_FLOAT, MAX_FLOAT, also the difference from the Java functions
-_ also MIN_INT and MAX_INT, even though those are more similar
-_ update the reference to cover parseXxxx() stuff
-_ also add notes about parseInt/Float(blah, otherwise)
-_ also parseInt and parseFloat, how they can return another number or NaN
-_ should the default be NaN or 0?
-_ get/set are faster way draw screen space images, but no tint, no translations
-_ make sure the docs include "beginShape() cannot be nested"
-_ also add error messages to the renderers
-_ also note that ellipse() et al use beginShape()
-_ and that java2d should complain if people try it
-_ method to go from function name to the included examples where used?
-_ encourage use of set() instead of point() in the drawing api
-_ http://processing.org/discourse/yabb_beta/YaBB.cgi?board=SoftwareBugs;action=display;num=1114204116
-_ moviemaker video sizes / usability
-_ http://processing.org/discourse/yabb_beta/YaBB.cgi?board=Exhibition;action=display;num=1211318862
-_ other projects on which p5 is built
-_ no longer oro matcher and jikes
-_ add: quaqua, jna, registry stuff, .. ?
-_ quicktime likes to crash (not just on windows)
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=791
-_ noLoop() isn't the same as "finished", though it's sometimes used that way
-_ to finish, use exit() (though that will make the window close)
-_ add this to ref once halt() is finished
-_ errors in pdf/index.html examples
-_ probably remove these, move the useful ones to the examples folder
-_ that way people will read the reference
-_ i can't fix these:
-An unexpected error has been detected by HotSpot Virtual Machine:
-# EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION
-all i can do is find things that might trigger them, but it's more likely
-than not to be a java problem, and not something that can be fixed
-_ notes about getting best results from text in each renderer
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=466
-_ add to mac reference for present mode
-_ can make full screen work via Info.plist key
-_ http://processing.org/discourse/yabb_beta/YaBB.cgi?board=Syntax;action=display;num=1135921427;start=7#7
-_ add to troubleshooting
-_ problem with big floats:
-_ http://processing.org/discourse/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=Syntax;action=display;num=1061302380
-_ problem with small floats:
-_ http://processing.org/discourse/yabb_beta/YaBB.cgi?board=Programs;action=display;num=1115500448
-_ fix syntax highlighting of focusGained and others
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=659
-_ verify (and document) public access members of PApplet
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=660
-_ some docs missing (therefore not syntax highlighting)
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=661
-_ constants that are not highlighting (WINDOWS the only one?)
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=662
-_ consoleXxxx and untitledXxxx folders in /tmp
-_ console may be useful for debugging
-_ untitled folders are stored in temp folder
-_ switching into present mode in info.plist
- <key>LSUIPresentationMode</key>
- <integer>4</integer>
-_ PApplet.this doesn't work
-_ doesn't work in javac either--needs to be ClassName.this
-_ sketchname.this also doesn't work, because Temporary_NNNN used for name
-_ but since it's another tab/class, will run externally
-_ so should make the external version use the actual sketch name not temp
-_ can't use PApplet.this, doesn't seem to like that
-_ instead, must pass variable to inner class
-_ errors with serial and libraries
-Exception in thread "Thread-2" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
-processing/core/PApplet
- at processing.serial.Serial.<init>(Serial.java:156)
-generally, that error means that something is missing from the
-CLASSPATH. the NoClassDefError gives erroneous feedback about *what*
-class is actually missing, as of java 1.3+ (yay!)
-so perhaps conflicting versions of a library in the sketchbook (solve
-this by setting to an empty sketchbook temporarily) or files might be
-installed in the CLASSPATH variable or something conflicting in
-/System/Library/Extensions.
-
-
-DOC / Text
-
-_ how to use textMode(SHAPE) with opengl
-_ things will be extremely slow (fix later)
-_ things will also be very ugly on-screen
-_ text being nicer in java2d
-_ use createFont() to load the font or use a font from your machine
-_ note that createFont() is no good for applets/export to web
-_ textMode(SCREEN) for P2D and P3D for nice fast text in screen space
-_ currently slow in JAVA2D and OPENGL, but this will improve
-_ what is the vlw font file format?
-_ shapes from 3D type
-_ the way to do it (will improve later) is to use some undocumented features
-_ 1) you have to use the OPENGL renderer
-_ 2) use textMode(SHAPE);
-_ 3) use createFont() (which you already are)
-_ this will convert all the shape data from the fonts for writing.
-_ it will be *extremely* slow, which is part of why it's not documented yet.
-_ but it will work with beginRaw().
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-DOC / Discourse Board
-
-_ auto-close threads when not posted to for 30(?) days
-_ add basic guidelines for posting to the board
-_ 0. be polite. going on about how much something "sucks" or is "stupid" will make you look like an eight-year-old.
-_ 1. don't double (or triple) post
-_ 2. if you're having trouble, first see the troubleshooting page
-_ 3. if you have a bug, first search the bugs database
-_ 4. first check the FAQ
-_ 5. use the search bar at the top of every page
-_ 6. read revisions.txt
-_ someone wrote up an initial version of this
-_ how to put [code] around blocks of code
-_ also mention contributed plugin for formatting
-_ also the reference page on the bb commands
-_ i don't answer to instant messages
-_ i don't answer email
-_ use the bugs db instead of the bugs board
-_ use the search box (not the forum search)
-_ read the faq, read the faq
-_ read the reference.. right-click on a word and choose "find in ref"
-_ non-processing posts will be deleted (not a java discussion board)
-_ no duplicate posts - find an area and post to
-_ explanation of what the areas are
-_ be sure to look at the reference, especially the extended reference
-_ questions like 'how do i do x' are often solved by looking at the api
-_ for instance, to get the framerate, use framerate()
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-DOC / Other
-
-_ why adding .0001 to a float doesn't work
-_ and how they're imprecise in general (use nf)
-_ http://processing.org/discourse/yabb_beta/YaBB.cgi?board=Syntax;action=display;num=1130877990
-_ why strong typing? (link also to language thing on main page)
-_ we cannot commit to any sort of timeframe on releases
-_ under the hood - basic
-_ it's all java
-_ don't use awt
-_ most things are imported by default
-_ under the hood - complex
-_ how to get started with coding
-_ everything subclasses PApplet
-_ if you need a particular name, add it with "extends PApplet"
-_ all code from tabs is joined to one sketch
-_ if you want it separate, then you have to make .java files
-_ in doing so, you'll lose access to 'g'
-_ add main() to your app to make it run on its own
-_ preproc stuff.. have to make setup() into public void setup()
-_ (same for key events and all that)
-_ performance
-_ video stinks.. java2d stinks.. macs stink
-_ note in the 'drawing in 2d' section of faq
-_ fastest machine possible
-_ turn off hyperthreading in the bios
-_ nice gfx card only helps opengl
-_ dual processor not particularly useful, unless you make more threads
-_ but making more threads is often more work than is useful
-_ is there a way to do xxx?
-_ advanced users who are outgrowing the basic reference:
-_ be sure to check the "complete" reference
-_ change bugs.html to issues.html
-_ and add a redirect in httpd.conf
-_ need to document how subclass of pgraphics works
-_ what are the necessary bits that need to be subclassed
-_ simple handling of colors, what fields are available
-_ how to get the matrices
-_ simple endshape handler
-
-
-DOC / Site
-
-_ also mention in keyPressed docs that ASCII key codes will not be coded
-_ it's just how java is (maybe this is already in there?)
-_ add note about adding libraries to the sketchbook to the reference
-_ add note in environment reference about how to add something to the sketch
-_ (code, .java files, etc)
-_ make sure that psound has been removed (from docs, ref, mentions)
-_ make source link on p5 site go direct to the source
-_ or at least explain how to navigate
-_ post releases on sourceforge so that international mirrors are better?
-_ start creating source tarball for each release?
-_ roll over the discourse board for 1.0?
-_ board stuff
-_ only allow moderators to delete posts
-_ set "no smileys" as the default (better for posting code)
-_ add stuff about the history into the people section
-_ descended from dbn, but not dbn, etc..
-_ remove the 'search' item from yabb.cgi
-
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-DOC / Examples
-
-_ add to key reference a pointer to an example that tracks all keys
-_ write simple example that tracks all keys
-_ making things fast with pixel operations
-_ write a threading example
-_ show an example of how to handle callback into the app
-X or handle this some more intelligent way, super.stop() is needed.
-X registerDispose() does the trick
-_ http://processing.org/discourse/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=Syntax;action=display;num=1083574943
-_ http://processing.org/discourse/yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=Syntax;action=display;num=1067383998
-_ scripts: how to make a long setup() sleep so that things don't lock way up
-_ write an example that uses HashMap (or Hashtable)
-_ write an example that uses ArrayList properly
-_ get xml library example in there
-_ simple method for having a clickable region or sprite with rollover
-
-
-DOC / Hacks
-
-_ clipboard implementation example
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=167
-_ JAI handles setting image size for png (check javax.imageio?)
-_ PNGEncodeParam png = PNGEncodeParam.getDefaultEncodeParam(bufImage);
-_ png.setPhysicalDimension(round(dpi*39.370079), round(dpi*39.370079), 1);
-_ JAI.create("filestore", bufImage, filename+".png", "PNG");
-_ also an example of setting the jpeg compression (included in bug report)
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=342
-_ write a timer class/example library
-_ post to web example
-_ particularly for uploading image data
-_ along with php script to handle receive
-_ this is in hacks, but
-_ http://processing.org/discourse/yabb_beta/YaBB.cgi?board=VideoCamera;action=display;num=1117194066#7
-_ how do i add gui to a sketch?
-_ don't use awt components
-_ how to use swing and embed components inside p5
-_ explain how to integrate code with swing
-_ use a separate environment, call init(), use noLoop(), redraw()
-_ use JPopupMenu.setDefaultLightWeightPopupEnabled(false); for zorder
-_ http://processing.org/discourse/yabb_beta/YaBB.cgi?board=Integrate;action=display;num=1147670059
-_ write documentation on general use of processing.core
-_ note that applet is itself a Component
-_ eclipse
-_ document how to properly integrate with eclipse
-_ add runtime args to opengl library so that it sets path properly
-_ add explanation for using subclipse to get p5
-_ make a src folder, data folder location
-_ export to eclipse
-_ how to do this with subclipse instructions?
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-PDE - Processing Development Environment
-
-
-PDE / Warnings
-
-_ proper dialog support
-_ http://javagraphics.blogspot.com/2008/06/joptionpane-making-alternative.html
-_ two-tiered dialogs for everything - use big font/little font style throughout
-_ option to suppress warning dialogs
-_ starting with the one about modifying the sketch name for spaces
-_ http://processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=3
-_ the first time someone hides a tab, put up a msg explaining what it does
-_ "don't warn me about this anymore"
-_ add "don't warn me about this" for sketch renaming
-_ make sure renamed version doesn't exist already
-_ prompt user before nuking applet or application folders
-_ along with a "don't ask me later"
-_ include a note that 'applet' folder will get emptied/rewritten
-_ or rename the old applet folder to something else? (too messy)
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=61
-
-
-PDE / Compiler & Preprocessor
-
-_ add local variables to PdeRecognizer
-_ remove static methods in PdePreprocessor, instead pull things from recog
-_ need better error messages in general
-_ some means to link out to further documentation (e.g. AIOOBE, NPE)
-_ add support for multiple errors from the compiler
-_ actual error may be 4th of 5
-_ maybe a dropdown list thing, with the first just shown?
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=58
-_ with additional .pde files, don't allow static mode in front tab
-_ don't allow "for (blah; blah; blah) ;"
-_ or if (blah blah blah) ;
-_ it's never useful. students can use { } if they want an empty block
-_ Update ANTLR grammar to support 1.5 syntax
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=598
-_ preproc cant handle labels to break/continue nested loops
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=631
-_ imports inside comments are being included
-_ toInt() needs to go away in time for the book.. fix parser bugs
-_ using a processing keyword as a variable name gives unhelpful error message
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=213
-_ casting problems in the parser
-_ straighten out int() -> toInt() conversions
-_ float u = float(x)/width; works.
-_ float u = (float(x)/width); doesn't work: "unexpected token: float".
-_ float u = (x/float(width)); works!
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=4
-_ return (int(5.5)) causes an error
-_ random, single slash in the code doesn't throw an error
-_ (just gets removed by the preprocessor)
-_ http://processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=6
-_ allow doubles in preproc
-_ (for casting, etc) particularly for Math.cos() et al
-_ http://processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=7
-_ don't allow goofy case versions of reserved words
-_ keypressed should maybe throw an error
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=9
-_ missing brackets, unmatched brackets
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=13
-_ "unexpected token void" -> "You're mixing dynamic and static mode"
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=14
-_ expecting RPAREN messages are ugly
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=15
-_ not enough args for triangle (or args in general)
-_ throws out bizarre message
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=17
-_ if 'void' left out before loop or setup, cryptic message about
-_ 'constructor loop must be named Temporary_23498_2343'
-_ add a better handler for this specific thing?
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=18
-_ using a keyword as a variable name gives unhelpful error message
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=212
-_ unspecified return type creates compile error
-_ or maybe not? followup said maybe not
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=379
-_ Blah.class will confuse the preproc
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=481
-_ non-matching curly brackets sometimes don't cause an error
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=507
-_ syntax highlighting error with // and /*
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=609
-_ "missing a /* from the end of a comment" message
-_ enter a bug for this, it's bound to be found
-_ "multipart/*" produces the error
-_ even though things are inside a quoted txt block
-_ copy running code from /tmp/buildXXxxx on crash of p5
-_ should probably make a way to save/recover code
-_ make the buildXxxx folders relate to time/date?
-_ NullPointerException on unterminated comment at end of code
-_ and OutOfMemoryError and weird lockup
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=16
-_ also OutOfMemoryError if a quote is not terminated
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=763
-_ preprocessor error if last line of code is a comment with no CR after it,
-_ an OutOfMemoryError wants to happen,
-_ but right now there's a hack to add a CR in PdePreprocessor
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=5
-_ Parsing error when using char literals
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=281
-_ Improve detection and handling of missing semicolons
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=1036
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-
-PDE / Editor
-
-_ improve update check message "a new release (1.0.1) is available"
-_ be more descriptive, use a second line in latest.txt
-_ maybe just include the full text of the update message there?
-_ go through other sketch-opening menus to check for disappearing sketches
-_ deal with isManagingFocus() warning in the editor src
-_ should really be doing the 'right' thing with sketch file handling
-_ create temporary file when saving
-_ once done writing, use remove the original and rename the old
-_ some basic stuff like this..
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=968
-_ when disk is full, Processing zeroes files when it tries to save changes
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=967
-_ sketch marked as modified too aggressively
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=328
-_ Closing the last window doesn't cause PDE to save its position/contents/etc
-_ (when the pref for close last window = quit is set)
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=835
-_ not remembering window size/placement preferences
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=837
-_ saved window positions.. if displays has changed, becomes a problem
-_ record the display that it was on?
-_ GraphicsDevice gd = frame.getGraphicsConfiguration().getDevice();
-_ make sure that the application is within the bounds of the current display?
-_ (from 0, 0 to width, height)
-_ messy since some displays have negative coords
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=72
-_ [LaunchRunner Error] processing.app.Base.main(String[]) threw an exception
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=821
-_ file-save stops running sketch
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=810
-_ strange NullPointerException problem prevents launch
-_ some kind of NPE in handleOpenInternal and friends
-_ appears to be a synchronization problem with the loading
-_ when opening from double-click on the mac, doesn't replace untitled
-_ or in general, issues between opening new window and another launching
-_ probably need to synchronize the file open methods inside Base
-_ (could in fact cause nastiness with editors[] access)
-_ editors opening up at the same time on load?
-_ either synchronize the open (at a minimum)
-_ or wait for mac handlers to register an open event
-_ can also cause problems with opening multiple copies of same sketch
-_ after fixing name of sketch, ensure sketch of that name does not exist
-_ do quick fix for tab bar
-_ don't show tabs when there are too many
-_ maybe move the list of files to the top?
-_ or indicate which are visible somehow
-_ slightly longer.. rearrange?
-_ or just show tabs in (alpha?) order based on what's most recently used
-_ have some indicator that shows the tabs when they've disappeared
-_ or little mini tabs that expand/contract?
-_ and a way to control who's expanded and not
-_ add auto-save to the editor
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=739
-_ dragging title bar while sketch running causes strange selection behavior
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=504
-_ shortcuts not working after rename? (osx only?)
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=505
-_ convert tabs to spaces when pasting text
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=506
-_ add "recent files" list to open menu?
-_ unchecking 'use external editor' sketch should not set modified
-_ dangerous if a version that hasn't been re-loaded has possibility
-_ to overwrite. i.e. make a change and save in external editor,
-_ don't actually
-_ when running with external editor, hide the editor text area
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=20
-_ horizontal scroller gets weird sometimes
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=23
-_ lock the minimum size for the main processing editor frame
-_ if it's made too small, stuff from the bottom disappears
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=25
-_ add mnemonics for menus (alt-f to open 'file')
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=26
-_ option to just print all code in project
-_ option to export all the code as colored html
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=28
-_ "page setup" sucks in java
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=435
-_ rename/saveas doesn't properly have its focus set
-_ under windows, immediately typing after rename doesn't select
-_ the whole thing is selected, but not directly editable
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=31
-_ dim edit menus as appropriate during selection/no selection/etc
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=33
-_ Ctrl-Z will undo, but not scroll to where the undo happens.
-_ so user thinks nothing is happening and overundo.
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=35
-_ undo has become sluggish
-_ http://processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=36
-_ fonts smaller than 10 cause problems in the editor
-_ generally causes trouble on osx
-_ on windows and linux, changing the size throws things off
-_ http://processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=51
-_ code coloring is imperfect because it's not based on a parser
-_ i.e. mousePressed() is red but mouseMoved() is brown
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=113
-_ clicking i-- ) between -- and ) will select "-- )"
-_ in eclipse, it looks to see which is closest and selects that
-_ need to check behavior for word and bbedit
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=348
-_ implement emacs keybindings (list is at the bug report)
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=401
-_ implement better method of showing curly brace closure
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=295
-_ sketches should only write to the console of their editor window
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=921
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-PDE / Editor Buttons
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-_ run button not properly unhighlighting
-_ does it unhighlight after compile or runtime errors?
-_ also when using draw() instead of loop()
-_ applet needs to notify runner that it has terminated
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=38
-_ check 'finished' via objectreference?
-_ make the run button highlight immediately
-_ or maybe show an animation for starting up
-_ rather than post-compile
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=776
-_ if export fails (compile error) need to un-highlight the export button
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=39
-_ when holding down shift, show the alternate behavior for EditorHeader
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=37
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-PDE / Editor Header
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-2 _ make some fancy extendo things because the tabs get too big
-2 _ either condense or popdown menu thingy
-2 _ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=54
-5 _ key command for prev/next tab works, but not menu
-5 _ menu options are actually disabled because of inconsistency
-5 _ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=1044
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-PDE / Editor Status
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-_ error messages run off the edge and go invisible
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=57
-_ move all prompts to modal dialog showError/Message/Warning/Prompt
-_ nicely design dialog boxes to go with visual of p5
-_ maybe something that shows stack trace?
-_ with an 'email this' button? (include source code too?)
-_ also need a "prompt" dialog for asking filenames, etc
-_ implement and remove PdeEditorStatus stuff
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=59
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-PDE / Export
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-1 _ replace applet.html and applet-opengl.html
-1 _ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=1057
-1 _ update applet.html to point at java 6u10 with the new auto-update stuff
-1 _ also update applet on the home page to do the same
-4 _ failed export still copies random files
-4 _ Failed compile on Export or Export to Application
-4 _ still creates folder and leaves mess behind
-4 _ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=1050
-_ when exporting to application (or applet) don't copy .java files from folder
-_ (they'll be copied as source files later)
-_ make .java files and friends go to correct locations on export (app)
-_ warn on export when people call their sketches things like Server
-_ warn if someone extends PApplet but mis-names the sketch
-_ or don't allow it to be exported
-_ add bug reference to the faq once added to the db
-X or at least add a note about this to the faq
-_ show error when no main() is included but class extends PApplet
-_ error can happen or be checked
-_ errors during export don't show up properly (no red status bar)
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=194
-_ need to decide how to handle "stop" button in present mode
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=63
-_ when running externally, people need to write their own stop function
-_ just get export to application working so this can be supported
-_ for now, they're stuck w/ running in the env and getting the ugliness
-_ make export put a timestamp in the html code (hidden or visible)
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=66
-_ exporting application copies .java files
-_ .java files are copied to the root folder as well as the source folder
-_ javadoc comment in a static mode app doesn't get moved to the top
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=924
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-PDE / Find & Replace
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-_ all around very ugly, fix it up
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=67
-_ several tweaks
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=68
-_ only enable "find next" in menu after a find has happened
-_ allowing to find & replace over multiple tabs
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=69
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-PDE / History
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-_ implement new version of history
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=71
-_ make history folder, and a zip (not gz) file for each entry
-_ history causing trouble - super slow with a huge sketch
-_ could instead be gzipped and appended to history.dat
-_ along with another file that is actually a table of offsets
-_ no need to make the thing a gzip stream
-_ checkbox on menu for 'record history' ?
-_ history converter option?
-_ only first 20 entries visible?
-_ shortcut to walk through history, ala photoshop (ctrl-alt-z)
-_ zlib file becoming corrupt (not flushed after close?)
-_ make hooks to history api so others can write tools around it
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-PDE / Preferences
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-_ prefs window doesn't swap ok/cancel properly for mac vs. windows/linux
-_ don't bother having a "cancel" for the prefs window
-_ rewrite preferences window to use proper layout?
-_ is there already a bug for this?
-_ make prefs dialog modal?
-_ prefs window not visible on windows taskbar
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=438
-_ split Preferences and PreferencesFrame?
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=74
-_ preferences window has been hit with the ugly stick
-_ redo panel to use proper Box layout etc
-_ also needs to look good across all platforms
-_ http://dev.processing.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=73
-_ make available the background colors for present mode, stop button color
-_ isolate color cho