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    Teensy.mk -- port of Arduino.mk Makefile

    I'm just starting out with Teensy and I'm amazed at how easy everything is.
    I'm an old vim guy, so my first order of business is to get a decent GUI-free
    build environment, so I've adapted Martin Oldfield's Arduino.mk Makefile
    for doing command-line builds of Teensyduino sketches.

    It finds and builds all required core and library source files, so you can keep your sketch directories clean.

    I'm using it with a minimal Makefile that looks like:
    Code:
    TARGET  = TestProj
    ARDUINO_VERSION = 104
    ARDUINO_DIR   = /Applications/Arduino.app/Contents/Resources/Java
    BOARD_TAG     = teensy3
    ARDUINO_LIBS = LiquidCrystal Encoder
    
    include $(ARDUINO_DIR)/hardware/teensy/Teensy.mk
    I've only tested it somewhat with Teensy 3.0 and 2.0, so there may still be issues with other boards.

    Paul, you're welcome to bundle it or adapt it into the official Teensyduino distribution.

    Teensymk-01.zip

    Next step is convert it to use teensy_loader_cli (haven't yet figured out how to get it to work with 3.0) and some way to read/write to Serial from the command-line...

    -- Chris

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    Have you looked at the sample makefile in hardware/teensy/cores/teensy3/Makefile? It uses the GUI by remote control, so it's not quite your goal of being 100% GUI-free, but you don't have to actually move your mouse or click on anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulStoffregen View Post
    Have you looked at the sample makefile in hardware/teensy/cores/teensy3/Makefile? It uses the GUI by remote control, so it's not quite your goal of being 100% GUI-free, but you don't have to actually move your mouse or click on anything.
    Hi Paul, yes I'm using your teensy_post_compile currently and it works quite well.
    I tried to get teensy_loader_cli to work (changed productID to 0x483 and added a cortex-m4 option with code_size = 131072),
    but it doesn't seem to enumerate all my USB devices on OSX 10.8. I may poke around later to see why.

    Both my Teensy 2.0 and 3.0 show up in the Mac System Information app as ProductID=0x0483 VendorID=0x16C0.
    I expected the 2.0 to be different (the old teensy_loadr_cli uses pid=0x0478 and 0x0477 for the rebootor).


    I also managed to get a serial monitor working fine using C-Kermit (I didn't realize it was just /dev/tty.usbmodem12341).
    Is the 12341 a predictable number? My Teensy2.0 keeps changing it's number if I unplug/replug, but the Teensy 3.0 appears to stay the same.

    Thanks,
    -- Chris

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