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ino doesn't search for make like it does for other tools. In build.py the make() function needs to changed:
def make(self, makefile, **kwargs):
makefile = self.render_template(makefile + '.jinja', makefile, **kwargs)
self.e.find_arduino_tool('make', ['hardware', 'tools', 'avr', 'bin'])
ret = subprocess.call([self.e['make'], '-f', makefile, 'all'])
if ret != 0:
raise Abort("Make failed with code %s" % ret)
Agreed. How did you figured this out? Do you have a MacOS without XCode installed or did you get compatibility issues between OS make and Arduino make?
Xcode 4.3 makes installing command line tools optional and that was causing the problems.
Ok, anyway, its a good idea to look for make bundled with Arduino IDE
closes #23, #28, #60, #63: add a feature to specify make tool