Wrote a blog post called Testing Searduino’s Debian specifics with VMM and Jenkins. Read it at will, but here’s the conclusion:
Results from test:
The trend seems to be ok. So we’re now finally able to say that Debain can ship Searduino.
Daily source code dists can be found here: http://188.8.131.52/searduino-build/dist/
Daily binary dists can be found here: http://184.108.40.206/searduino-build/bin-dist/
Builds logs: http://220.127.116.11/searduino-build/build-logs/
Latest documentation: http://18.104.22.168/searduino-build/doc/
New source code dist available here:
After some emails sent back and forth with some Debian guys we found some problems getting Searduino in to Debian. Problems is that Searduino downloads the Arduino sources instead of having a dep to the Arduino package.
Work has now begun to build Searduino (./configure –enable-debian-source) from Debian’s Arduino package.
We’ll be back!
… btw, the Seasim manual is now built automatically. Waiting for the new build server to be up.
Here’s the first version of the coming Seasim API Manual: Seasim.pdf
Should have been done long time ago. But at least it’s done now:
Task at savannah: 12408
File being documented: seasim.h
A new GUI written in Java is almost finished. Usable, but some final touches remains before a proper release. Here’s a screenshot.
Some thoughts from Henrik about the new Java GUI: http://sandklef.wordpress.com/2013/01/12/searduino-fosdem-new-gui-simulator-and-some-thoughts-on-java/