Monday, December 19 2011 @ 12:36 AM EST
Contributed by: Rowan
Arduino is an amazingly powerful, simple and enjoyable experience.
If you are a developer in programming languages other than Arduino then you probably have a favourite development environment. As I develop on a Mac, I generally prefer to develop in either Coda by Panic or SubEthaEdit by CodingMonkeys. If you scratch the surface of both you will find that they are essentially the same product, just Coda also includes SVN management, FTP services and host of other features.
There is now a Google Project Arduino Syntax Highlighter which includes the downloadable syntax “Modes” for SubEthaEdit and Coda.
Download directly here: Arduino Syntax HighlighterI hope you enjoy. If you come across any problems or suggestions please enter them in to the Issues Tracker https://code.google.com/p/arduino-syntax-for-coda/issues/list
This project does not enable you to verify, compile and upload your sketch to the Arduino, it simply provides a pleasent experience when editing these sketches in Coda or SubEthaEdit.
This project is compatible with .pde and .ino extensions of Arduino projects.
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