AVR Development in Eclipse IDE (Part 2)

I’ve been using Eclipse for a week or two now. I must say I do like the added features (I was using kate text editor and the command line before).

I’m using the subversion plugin for eclipse called Subversive. It makes everything quite a bit easier with point-and-click checkouts, commits, and updates. I also appreciate the ability to compare code in side-by-side windows. If working on larger projects with several developers the functionality that eclipse provides is invaluable.

Compiler Flags
I found there are a few compiler flags I’m used to that aren’t run by default in eclipse. Continue reading