How to get the size of the program?

I have decided to switch from Arduino IDE to PlatformIO(with Atom). I want o know the size of my program and i haven’t found a way to do it.
If you know how, please let me know. Thanks.

Platformio outputs the size of the segments at the end of a build run. Does this not happen for you when you just build your project?

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Thanks for answering!

No, the first time that i built the project is showed the size but it disappeared like two seconds later.
Now, when i click on build, it doesn’t show the size, it only show a bar at the bottom of the window that displays the time that the build took, and turns green when the build finishes.

Oh you’re using that within VSCode then. I don’t have that installed for reference but you can always go into the console and type pio run to build your project. Maybe in VSCode you can click on some tab to show the build process messages again?

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Please switch to PlatformIO IDE for VSCode, it runs tasks in a terminal instance. You will have access to it anytime.

I’m not using VSCode.
Thanks a lot :slightly_smiling_face:, with pio run a can see the program size.

Is it better than atom?

Edit: I download Platformio extention in VSCode.
Ohh, IntelliSense is very helpful, i’m switchin to VSCode.