I’m using Platformio on Visual Studio Code on an Windows 10 machine.
It’s running fine, but in my project i always get an annoying “Error: no handler found” error when i start tasks like build or upload.
I have no clue what’s causing this. Any hints how to solve this?
Oh actually I realized that you say that it’s a VSCode popup and not some text printed in the compilation or the upload. As thus these logs don’t help. Well then, I have no idea where such an error could be thrown, but maybe @ivankravets does? Can you provide a screenshot of that error?
Same here… 1.31 IIRC, and a popup comes up at the bottom right every time that needs to clicked to get rid of it… prior to that it was just a message in the log that went away when it switched to the task terminal.
I can also confirm seeing this on the latest VSCode. I’ve seen the “no handler found” error for a couple months but it was non-intrusive, but with the latest update to VSCode it now has the popup which doesn’t get automatically dismissed. This seems to be a bug in the PIO plugin but I haven’t dug into where/what is missing myself.
I’ve had that same issue on two debian linux boxes now running VSCode 1.31.1 and PIO Core 3.6.4, and I think it’s related to program AVR / Arduino environments, as my AVR (328p uno and 8mhz bare) projects are giving that error, but my ESP8266 (Arduino also) ones are fine - no errors from them?
Without having tested that it would make sense as my machine at home (AVR/Arduino platform and espressif platform installed) throws those errors as I build for the ESP8266 with Arduino and my machine at work (only espressif) doesn’t (building ESP32 with ESP-IDF)… Both are Win10, VSCode 1.31.1 and PIO Core 3.6.4.