I think you’re in a weird sitation here. You need the old platform version to compile correctly, but it doesn’t have the right uploader invocation that later versions have. Compare above code to the current
and it’s using a totally different argument passing style.
If you read the post on Arduino forum you will see that I had to do exactly that to have it to at least compile.
In fact, the problem it gives me with the 1.0.3 is…
Strangely enough, arranging to give you a screenshot of the build process with 1.0.3, it gives me no more the old error afflicting me that brought me to force 1.0.2.
In fact, it used to exit build process failing to download the 1.0.2 package even having the new 1.0.3 already installed.
So first of all, thanks.
I will study your replies thoroughly to see what you did to have it to compile and upload.
But, I’m at the same point I was sadly.
As I wrote in the Arduino post, I already had it to compile with 1.0.2 and upload with that trick to switch the executables.
The problem was that my Science Journal app did not recognize the board.
And now the same.
You had it to build and upload in a correct way, but still nothing on the field.
The app still does not recognize the board.
Any other suggestion?
Ps. the Bluetooth module work on the board, I tested it with simple BLE sketch on Arduino IDE.
Did you put a BLE scanner app on your phone so that you can see if your board is advertising anything at all? There should be something called “Initial” the 555a0001-0aaa-467a-9538-01f0652c74e8 service available.
If you are asking if I tried to downgrade Intel Curie Board package via Arduino IDE Board Manager THEN flash Via PlatformIO…yes I did. I downgrade it to 1.0.7 (from the current 2.0.6).
If you are asking if I tried to flash directly through Arduino IDE… no I didn’t because I know that its not possible (at least in a sort of semi automated fashion)
In fact, why they ask you explicitly to do that via PlatformIO IDE if that could have been done via Arduino IDE.
Ps. Anyway, you have to consider Im pretty noob on this matter (I think it is quite evident) so I may ignore a lot of things.
Thans again for all the time you are spending on the topic with me.