stevech wrote:robca wrote:Windows x64.... everything works when used normally, I simply need the modified Arduino IDE at this point, to create the right .elf file
Why not use Visual Micro? Supports Arduino's concept for compiling. Supports ARM Cortex targets. It is a plugin to the free Visual Studio which IMO is the best IDE there is.
And both are free. But WIndows-only.
No tool fighting. Just use the install wizard and it works in 10 minutes. Intuitive.
I suffered a year working with Eclipse every day on a project. When that ended, I gladly stopped wearing the Eclipse shoes-with-rocks.
I'm wondering, i thought i'd also give it a try, and installed visual studio 2015 community & visual micro on it.
And when i try to build a basic arduino project for the maple mini, i get the following compiling errors:
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VM_DBG.cpp:In file included from
VM_DBG.h:216:2: error: 'UARTClass' does not name a type
VM_DBG.h:217:13: error: 'UARTClass' has not been declared
:void begin(UARTClass *theSerial, unsigned long baud)
VM_DBG.h:In member function 'void VisualMicroDebug::setVariable(T&, int, int)
VM_DBG.h:363:2: error: 'transport' was not declared in this scope
The debugging feature it has seems to be giving issues when i build (it's maybe looking for libraries that the regular arduino has, but stm32duino hasn't or so?)
Did i do something wrong?