OM IDE (was: Re: Common Lisp for OM (Was: Programming OM))
lally.singh at gmail.com
Thu May 8 08:39:36 CEST 2008
Just to clarify, NB would run on a desktop computer, and cross compile for OM.
I'm imagining a situation not unlike CW for Palm (I had to dev on that
a few years ago). It compiles the code and uploads it to the
emulator, which you can run the debugger on. Then you upload it to
your OM device, and maybe do some more debugging on there. I'll have
to see what's required to get the debugger working on both the
emulator and the actual dev.
On Wed, May 7, 2008 at 7:19 PM, Jeremy List <quick_dudley at yahoo.co.nz> wrote:
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> Marco Trevisan (Treviño) wrote:
> > <div class="moz-text-flowed" style="font-family: -moz-fixed">Bastian
> > Muck ha scritto:
> >> Soulnds like a good idea, even if i preferred Eclipse more ;-). I
> >> don't have any problems with Eclipse and use it for Java, PHP and C.
> >> But if you prefer Netbeans and you want to write the plugin it's over
> >> to you. So when it's "finished" I will install Netbeans, too.
> > Completely agree...! :)
> Eclipse is alright if you can't type very fast, or if you have a very
> fast computer, but cutting it down enough to be remotely usable on a
> freerunner is probably more effort than it would be worth. When I was
> using it I found I had to disable so much just so it would operate at
> the speed I write code that I would have been better off just coding
> with nano.
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H. Lally Singh
Ph.D. Candidate, Computer Science
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