I’m trying to get VIM setup nicely with platformIO, and I’m having an issue with syntastic gcc/cpp linter not finding the header files. (everything else is working through the default Makefile as instructed)
I have to tell gcc where to find the header files, which of course differ per platform/board used. This neomake/neovim plugin gets the include paths from this command:
pio -c vim run -t idedata -d $project_dir, which I guess is a decent solution. But it seems like that command is unable to output ONLY the JSON data. It’s always wrapped in verbose stuff like:
========= [SUCCESS] Took 0.47 seconds ============
The neovim plugin I linked above seems to have the same issue, and works around it by looking for
} to determine the beginning and end of the JSON output. I would like to not do that, and simply get the JSON data.
Is that possible? Can
platformio output only JSON? No other messages?
Or, any other way to get VIM/syntastic to cooperate?