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NAME ^

App::duino::Command::upload - Upload a sketch to an Arduino

VERSION ^

version 0.10

SYNOPSIS ^

   # this will find the *.hex file to upload in the board's build directory
   $ duino upload --board uno --port /dev/ttyACM0

   # explicitly provide the *.hex file
   $ duino upload --board uno some_file.hex

OPTIONS ^

--board, -b

The Arduino board model. The environment variable ARDUINO_BOARD will be used if present and if the command-line option is not set. If neither of them is set the default value (uno) will be used.

--port, -p

The path to the Arduino serial port. The environment variable ARDUINO_PORT will be used if present and if the command-line option is not set. If neither of them is set the default value (/dev/ttyACM0) will be used.

--fuses, -f

Whether to write the fuses bits when uploading. The environment variable ARDUINO_FUSES will be used if present and if the command-line option is not set. If neither of them is set the default value (false) will be used.

--uploader, -u

The uploader to use to upload. The environment variable ARDUINO_UPLOADER will be used if present and if the command-line option is not set. If neither of them is set the default value specified in the boards.txt file will be used.

--sketchbook, -s

The path to the user's sketchbook directory. The environment variable ARDUINO_SKETCHBOOK will be used if present and if the command-line option is not set. If neither of them is set the default value ($HOME/sketchbook) will be used.

--root, -d

The path to the Arduino installation directory. The environment variable ARDUINO_DIR will be used if present and if the command-line option is not set. If neither of them is set the default value (/usr/share/arduino) will be used.

--hardware, -r

The "type" of hardware to target. The environment variable ARDUINO_HARDWARE will be used if present and if the command-line option is not set. If neither of them is set the default value (arduino) will be used.

This option is only useful when using MCUs not officially supported by the Arduino platform (e.g. ATTiny).

AUTHOR ^

Alessandro Ghedini <alexbio@cpan.org>

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright 2013 Alessandro Ghedini.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; or the Artistic License.

See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/ for more information.

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