I don’t know where to really start here. I have working code, I can build it and upload it to the target. But in my editor it is showing all errors. It seems like it isn’t recognizing the ‘Arduino.h’ include. Also, it doesn’t seem to recognize the any of the types in the variables.
My guess is maybe I am writing arduino code instead of c++? If that is the case, can you point out an example of where I am mixing up the languages? I just don’t know where to look since the compiler isn’t producing any errors.
$ pio --version PlatformIO Core, version 6.1.6a4
Here is my platformio.ini
$ cat platformio.ini ; PlatformIO Project Configuration File ; ; Build options: build flags, source filter ; Upload options: custom upload port, speed and extra flags ; Library options: dependencies, extra library storages ; Advanced options: extra scripting ; ; Please visit documentation for the other options and examples ; https://docs.platformio.org/page/projectconf.html [env:heltec_wifi_kit_32] platform = espressif32 board = heltec_wifi_kit_32 framework = arduino lib_ldf_mode = chain+ lib_deps = fastled/FastLED@^3.5.0 Wire adafruit/Adafruit GFX Library@^1.11.3 adafruit/Adafruit SSD1306@^2.5.7 adafruit/Adafruit BusIO@^1.14.1 armmbed/mbed-drivers@^1.5.0
Here is my project structure:
$ tree . ├── Makefile ├── include │ └── README ├── lib │ └── README ├── platformio.ini ├── src │ ├── main.cpp └── test └── README