This script allows you to compile and deploy Arduino (*.pde) sketches directly from Vim. I haven't had the time or need to keep this project up to date, but it looks like jplaut/vim-arduino-ino is another good option for similar functionality.
The plugin should be organized in a manner that works well with
pathogen. I personally use janus to manage my MacVim setup so
adding this line to my
~/.janus.rake file does the trick:
vim_plugin_task "vim-arduino", "https://github.com/tclem/vim-arduino.git"
You must have a pde (Arduino sketch) open in the current buffer.
<Leader>ac - Compile the current sketch.
<Leader>ad - Compile and deploy the current sketch.
<Leader>as - Open a serial port in
The default key mapping can be turned off by doing this in your
let g:vim_arduino_map_keys = 0
There are a few settings you might need to set:
"Default: /Applications/Arduino.app/Contents/Resources/Java let g:vim_arduino_library_path = /path/to/arduino/installation "Default: result of `$(ls /dev/tty.* | grep usb)` let g:vim_arduino_serial_port = /my/serial/port
You must have the Arduino IDE installed. Currently only Version 0022 is supported.