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Since I don't like the text editor of the Arduino IDE, I decided to write a python script that I can invoke from my text editor to compile and upload my source. I program the popular esp8266 chip. So far I found that there is a python builder here. This did not work for me. So is there any way to compile my source (e.g. main.ino) via a terminal command?

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In the Arduino IDE preferences, select external editor. Then you can write/ edit your sketches with any editor you choose. When you click compile or upload on the IDE toolbar, it will load your changes each time you compile.

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I found a makefile created to compile ESP8266 sketches. You can use this makefile from command line:

cd /path/to/sketch
make -f /path/to/makefile/makeEspArduino.mk upload

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