A couple of months ago, I found some people on here who were brave enough to sign up to do random musical collaborations and you can hear and download the finished songs here: http://awhaleslantern.bandcamp.com/album/flight-into-the-nebula
Fuck it, it can be done like this:
./arduino --board arduino:avr:leonardo8mhz --verify ~/Arduino/Blink4/Blink4.ino
INO: Command line tool for Arduino.
This project is not maintained and I'm really thinking on making one for myself. Or forking it or something.
But it's clearly not my style... If I make this I'll probably attack an existent arduino installation and emulate it in the command line.
I've been checking the code of this one and it's similar to that idea and it goes further (that's why it doesn't work now, 4 years after the last change).
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I almost just typoed chr to cher
If the latter, core.async is probably much better in general. David Nolen wrote a nice introduction here: http://swannodette.github.io/2013/07/12/communicating-sequential-processes. But it's a different way to solve problems, so if it's just for HTTP requests, I'd look into a library like the two I linked to in another reply.