You can check it out from GitHub or get the latest snapshot from shellduino.org
In order to use it you’ll need:
A *nix based operating system
git (e.g. package git-core on Debian/Ubuntu)
Then you can check out the source code by executing the following in your working directory: $ git clone git://github.com/frickel/shellduino-skel.git
That’s it. Easy – isn’t it?
Creating a new project with shellduino
In the directory you’ve checked out shellduino do:
$ cp -r shellduino-skel/* /home/you/yourworkdir
Now feel free to edit the helloworld.pde
Don’t forget to change TARGET=helloworld to TARGET=newname, where newname
is the new filename, in the Makefile if you’ve changed the filename of the *.pde source.
Building and Uploading your Project to the Microcontroller