Re: [Anjuta-list] Anjuta for AVR embedded development
- From: Sébastien Granjoux <seb sfo free fr>
- To: Danail Nedyalkov <duni bg googlemail com>
- Cc: anjuta-list lists sourceforge net
- Subject: Re: [Anjuta-list] Anjuta for AVR embedded development
- Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2008 19:42:18 +0200
Danail Nedyalkov a écrit :
The basic two features I miss are at very first place the auto
completion in respect to the avr header files.
Massimo and Johannes are working on a new symbol database plugin. I'm
not really involved in it, but I think it could solve this problem.
The second basic feature concerns the Project view and the Makefile.
This involved different plugins and part of Anjuta:
1. The makefile project manager. This part is responsible for displaying
the project view: so all targets and source files but not build them.
The projects are handled by the project-manager plugin which used
gnome-build. Gnome-build supports itself several plugins (called
backend) and one of it supports makefile. But, it's not working very
well. I think that nobody work on this.
As you edit your makefile by hand, I don't know if you need some
improvements here or not.
2. The build plugin. This part is responsible for building the project
(all the Build menu). Depending on the project kind a different plugin
can be loaded.
I would like to make some changes in this plugin and in the interface
implemented by it (IAnjutaBuildable). I think this interface is already
used by external Anjuta plugin (for maemo in particular), and there is
already some support for scratchbox that I would like to keep and try to
improve a bit if possible. Rob Bradford is already interested about
improving this part to support cross compilation.
Again, I don't know if you need some particular support here. But if yes
it will interesting if you participate to some discussion about this.
I will try to propose something in one or two weeks. I plan to work on
this for some time (if I don't get too much bug reports on the debugger).
3. An AVR plugin.
If you just need to add a few menu items to Anjuta interface, you
probably don't need all this. It's quite easy to write an plugin adding
a few buttons. You can start and ask for support here.
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