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ArduOpen IDE is a fork of Arduino IDE simple GUI software that helps the noob guy to interface himself with Arduino environment and ATmega and ATtiny MCU's. What Gioblu Robotics wants to do with ArduOpen is simply to broaden the Arduino community by giving noobs the possibility to use many ATtiny and ATmega family MCU's, and to the skilled ones a place where they can put their stuff they want to share with the community. For this reason with the help of Martino DiFilippo (grandmaster coder) we create for you a new board menu style, that enables to use a very big number of AVR MCU's. Download it and use it :P ISSUES: - Add a theme button where you can choose a template for your editor - New fancy icons :P - Add new libraries - Add new http://www.gioblu.com tutorials related examples HOW TO COMPILE THE IDE FROM JAVA FILES On Linux, you need the Sun Java SDK, avr-gcc, avr-g++, avr-libc, make, ant, and git. 2. Grab the code from GitHub this grabs the code as an anonymous user. # grab the code, it'll take a while git clone git://github.com/gioblu/ArduOpen.git # (maybe even a long while for you dialup and international folks) 3. Build It Use the command line. cd /path/to/arduino/build ant # if everything went well, you'll have no errors. (feel free to make # suggestions for things to include here for common problems) # then to run it ant run # each time you make a change, use ant to build the thing # and run to get it up and running. Updating to the Latest Version Each time you want to update to latest version from svn: cd /path/to/arduino git pull git update If new folders have been added, or you're gettin odd errors, use: ant clean