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mmcaulay
Level 7

Deploy Package for Atom IDE

I use ATOM as my IDE and so wanted to make a package for myself to deploy. I've published it here: https://atom.io/packages/roku-deploy HUGE Caveat: I am far from an expert on Roku and this was made for my own use, but I thought I should share. As such, it's AS IS, no warranties and all that stuff. If you do find a bug, which is likely, I'm happy to try to fix it, or even review PR's for fixing it.
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Re: Deploy Package for Atom IDE

"mmcaulay" wrote:
I use ATOM as my IDE and so wanted to make a package for myself to deploy. I've published it here: https://atom.io/packages/roku-deploy HUGE Caveat: I am far from an expert on Roku and this was made for my own use, but I thought I should share. As such, it's AS IS, no warranties and all that stuff. If you do find a bug, which is likely, I'm happy to try to fix it, or even review PR's for fixing it.


I just started to use Atom (tired of the bugs of the heavy Eclipse+plugin solution), and your package is great, I'm using it for a couple of days, nice work!

Two features I would like to recommend:
    option to increment of the manifest "build_version"
    support for multiple Roku's
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mmcaulay
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Re: Deploy Package for Atom IDE

The manifest update is not one I've thought of before but I'll look in to it. The multiple Roku support is something I'm planning on. Glad you've found it useful.
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Re: Deploy Package for Atom IDE

"mmcaulay" wrote:
The manifest update is not one I've thought of before but I'll look in to it. The multiple Roku support is something I'm planning on. Glad you've found it useful.


To update the manifest (INI format) you could use this:
https://github.com/gvarsanyi/objfile
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Re: Deploy Package for Atom IDE

"mmcaulay" wrote:
I use ATOM as my IDE and so wanted to make a package for myself to deploy. I've published it here: https://atom.io/packages/roku-deploy HUGE Caveat: I am far from an expert on Roku and this was made for my own use, but I thought I should share. As such, it's AS IS, no warranties and all that stuff. If you do find a bug, which is likely, I'm happy to try to fix it, or even review PR's for fixing it.

How do we use it? Clicking on Packages->roku-deploy->Deploy does nothing.
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Re: Deploy Package for Atom IDE

"scorpiontahir02" wrote:
How do we use it? Clicking on Packages->roku-deploy->Deploy does nothing.


To use it you need to have your Roku with developer mode enabled.

then on Atom open the settings page for the package and configure: IP, user and password

After that you can choose the menu Deploy or the default shortcut Ctrl+Alt+Shift+D

I configured F12 as the hotkey to be quicker
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Re: Deploy Package for Atom IDE

"marcelo.cabral" wrote:
on Atom open the settings page for the package and configure: IP, user and password


Thanks, Got it working.
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