Is there a dev tutorial anywhere? I’m slow but it took me way to long to realize you had to save before you flash or changes don’t take place. I use Visual Studio frequently and Arduino IDE when forced to. Just wondering if there is something here or if I should research the Atom project.
See if something like this is what you’re looking for:
Thank you! I have seen this I am looking for something more in depth. I am sure with time I will figure it all out…as usual I was looking for the path of least resistance.
Be careful when you use “resistance” as a euphemism. Someone is likely to start spewing Ohm’s law.
Did you have particular questions? The docs link covers most of it. They even included the part about keeping projects in their own dedicated directory (which got me once!). I haven’t used dev lately, but can fire it up to help out!
Thank you. What is the find in buffer and replace in buffer. I don’t understand what the buffer is I guess.
Unless it is just the serial stream(monitor)?
In a text or code editor, “buffer” means the thing you are currently editing, and is generally a file, but for a new thing that has not been saved to disk yet, is not a file yet, so the word buffer is sometimes used.
@bko Thank you that makes sense. Just like find and replace in any other IDE or text editor.