Is there anyway to make adjustments to the arduino framework that’s being used? I have a system that’s programmed through usbasp and does not have a physical serial. I’d like to remove the Serial object and it’s hardware serial library including buffers etc to save the 157 bytes it’s using.
You need to fork https://github.com/platformio/platform-atmelavr and https://github.com/platformio/platformio-pkg-framework-arduinoavr. Update the last repo and it’s core files.
Then, replace Semantic Version with full path to patched repo here
In platformio.ini please use
[env:my] platform = http://url/to/forked/platform.git
Yes this generates an error in arduino.py. Has anyone worked around this? I want to use a forked version in a travis build and am blocked.
And my workaround was to add the following to detect when FRAMEWORK_VERSION is a commit id:
diff --git a/builder/frameworks/arduino.py b/builder/frameworks/arduino.py index 8746e3b..5e61f66 100644 --- a/builder/frameworks/arduino.py +++ b/builder/frameworks/arduino.py @@ -33,6 +33,12 @@ FRAMEWORK_DIR = platform.get_package_dir("framework-arduinoavr") FRAMEWORK_VERSION = platform.get_package_version("framework-arduinoavr") assert isdir(FRAMEWORK_DIR) +# hack the version when it has no dots and is probably a commit id +# not great to hard code the arduino version but there is no where +# else to put it +if "." not in FRAMEWORK_VERSION: + FRAMEWORK_VERSION = "~1.10620."+FRAMEWORK_VERSION + # USB flags ARDUINO_USBDEFINES = [ "ARDUINO_ARCH_AVR",