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Jun Han
@formulahendry
Feel free to put your question or feedback here!
George White
@stonehippo
Hi there. Just installed the PlatformIO Extension. After opening an Energia framework C++ file, VS Code recommended installing C/C++ language, Intellisense and Clang command adapter. Seems to work great, but I'm getting a warning to add an include path to settings for the initial #include <Energia.h>. Anyone else seeing this sort of thing? If so, recommendations on setting up include paths?
Jun Han
@formulahendry
This is just a warning message from C/C++ extension, and it should have no impact on build/upload PlatformIO project. You may find the folder path of Energia.h and add the path into c_cpp_properties.json which is used for code completion and navigation C/C++ code of Energia files. And of course, you could just ignore that warning.
Jun Han
@formulahendry
@stonehippo You could refer to https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/languages/cpp#_getting-started for more about c_cpp_properties.json of C/C++ extension.
Judi Smith
@judismith
Hi Jun Han. It appears that PIO shows errors on the include statements when the libraries are located globally i.e. /Users/username/.platformio//packages/framework-arduinoespressif8266/libraries/ESP8266WiFi/src. The locations are properly included in c_cpp_properties.json and everything shows in Intellisense. When I change the include statement to use a library installed in .piolibdeps in the project, the IDE finds the header file. I can tell this because at least in one case there is a slight spelling difference between the local, PIO installed library and the platform library - e.g ESP8266WiFi (platform) and ESP8266wifi (PIO). When I use ESP8266WiFi.h I get red squiggly lines. When I use ESP8266wifi.h there are no red squiggly lines. The project compiles fine and the Intellisense works fine.. But the red squiggly lines in the IDE are an annoyance. Am I missing something?
Jun Han
@formulahendry
@judismith Have you tried to use PlatformIO: Add Include Path to Settings command to add the Include Path or manually add it?
Judi Smith
@judismith
@formulahendry Yes I did. That is how I got all the paths in c_cpp_properties.json initially. The problem is that the paths are there, but The IDE doesn't seem to see it.
Jun Han
@formulahendry
@judismith That may be the problem of C/C++ extension. You may want to open an issue to them: https://github.com/Microsoft/vscode-cpptools/issues
estevey
@estevey
hidiho
Myles McNamara
@tripflex
hey guys, when trying to login via vscode it just constantly refreshes the page and never logs in … any ideas?
login via cli works fine, just not via vscode
BlueCoal69
@BlueCoal69
It looks like there is a way to upload files for spiffs on Atom but do not see one on VSCode. Did I miss it?
Myles McNamara
@tripflex
Yeah I dont think there is one
@BlueCoal69 — go to your project directory, and run this command to update files to spiffs: platformio run -t uploadfs -v
Frank Rosquin
@cnf
Hi, platformio won't respect my git.path settings in vscode, is this expected?