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Automated builds from appveyor fail #316

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ozayturay opened this Issue May 24, 2015 · 13 comments

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ozayturay commented May 24, 2015

All items in the near history are red @ https://ci.appveyor.com/project/igrr/Arduino/history so there are no downloads in artifacts. And the green ones do not work because of old java version, though it can easily be fixed with replacing java folder with a newer one from official Arduino build or Java Installation.

@igrr Please fix appveyor builds, so windows users can follow newest additions easily. :)

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igrr commented May 24, 2015

Now that we have the board manager package updated every couple of days, do you think downloading the full installer is still a good option?

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ozayturay commented May 24, 2015

Yes i do, unless the DTR and RTS patch make place in official Arduino IDE for the Serial Monitor to work without problems side by side with autoreset feature.

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igrr commented May 24, 2015

OK will investigate what has happened to windows build.

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ozayturay commented May 24, 2015

Thank you for the interest. Is there a chance for DTR and RTS patch pull request in official Arduino source?

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Toshik commented May 27, 2015

#350 fix windows build

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igrr commented May 29, 2015

Thanks to @Toshik Windows builds are back online.

Regarding the patch, Arduino.cc guys are not very active to reply to my posts on the mailing list, so i'm not sure the DTR/RTS patch will be mainlined soon.

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ozayturay commented Jul 15, 2016

It's broken again. The last succesfull compile with an artifact is https://ci.appveyor.com/project/igrr/arduino/build/0.0.153/artifacts and i'm using this build with a portable subfolder so that ESP8266 specific BM packages don't mix up my latest Arduino enviroment.

But i guess for new functions like OTA Update from Arduino IDE version 1.6.7 or newer is needed.

http://esp8266.github.io/Arduino/versions/2.3.0/doc/ota_updates/readme.html#arduino-ide

@igrr : Can you please fix it so that we can have a recent artifact at least one more time. Thank you. :)

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igrr commented Jul 17, 2016

@ozayturay as you may have noticed, IDE files have been removed from our repository about a year ago, as was appveyor.yml build script. We no longer support building the complete IDE package.

The method you use with portable subfolder makes sense, that's what i'm doing myself to keep different versions separate.

If what you need is the DTR/RTS patch, feel free to do a git clone of arduino/Arduino#4102 and build IDE from source.

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ozayturay commented Jul 17, 2016

Oh i haven't noticed it since i was using board manager with 0.0.153 appveyor artifact. I better do as what you said and compile it myself one more time. :)

Edit 1: I have successfully compiled again using my own instructions from #22 (comment) for versions 1.6.6 and above. Thanks goes to @igrr and @d-a-v.

Edit 2: Instructions in the above comment updated. ;)

If anybody wants the compiled version 1.6.9 for windows please let me know. ;)

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cranphin commented Aug 25, 2016

Is that a 1.6.9 with support for controlling DTR/RTS in serial monitor? I'd be interested :) No idea why it isn't in main yet tho.. XD

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ozayturay commented Aug 25, 2016

Indeed. I have compiled currently latest 1.6.11 version with the same patch and it works as expected. You can download it from my https://github.com/ozayturay/Arduino-ESP8266 repository.

The package you download is only the Arduino IDE, you have to manually get the ESP8266 toolchain via board manager or any other method as instructed at https://github.com/esp8266/Arduino repository.

The archive has an empty folder named portable in it for not using user directories for the toolchain, if you don't want a portable installation just delete this folder before using the board manager.

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cranphin commented Aug 25, 2016

Works! Awesome, thanks :)

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ozayturay commented Aug 26, 2016

Compilation instuctions in the comment #22 (comment) updated, 1.6.11 compiled without problems and works as expected.

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