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evanh wrote: »
Nice replies. Very informative, thanks. I'm looking forward to release 0.40.
PS: I'm wary of integrating with Ubuntu 14.10 packages so I'm going to leave it for now.
Cluso99 wrote: »
Works on Windows 8.1. Haven't had time to give it a good workout but I did compile a program or two.
wackyvorlon wrote: »
I wanted to thank you for your work on this! It's nice to have a new IDE with better support for Spin.
david314 wrote: »
One thing though: Could you automatically check if the user is in the group "dialout" and warn if he is not?
david314 wrote: »
Very nice work, Brett. Have been testing the IDE on Ubuntu 15.04 and it works quite nice. One thing though: Could you automatically check if the user is in the group "dialout" and warn if he is not? Just spent several hours trying to download something with propman and the IDE before realizing my mistake... m(
Tor wrote: »
Or better - check the group of the device in /dev/, and warn if the user is not in that group. Because it'll be 'dialout' in some distros and some other group in other distros. And some distros, or setups, will instead have the device set up as root.root but with world writable access, and in that case the user does not need to be in the group (and should of course not be in the root group in any case).
Rsadeika wrote: »
Propeller IDE 0.30.0 for Windows 7, when I do a 'RUN', I get an error: "Could not start ...\p1load.exe". I checked the PropellerIDE folder, and I did not find any file that is labeled p1load.exe. Am I supposed to download that from someplace else?
p1load.exe has been replaced with propman.exe, so if you have a previous installation, you will have to change the loader path to propman.exe.