Hello, I was wondering if someone could assist with this issue.
So I recently have been working on a project sent to me by a friend. He originally created this program on the Arduino IDE, and I have been porting it over to a template I have been using on VSCode/PlatformIO. He never had issues when uploading his project, however, I had only a couple when moving them and their respective included libraries.
The issues were within an “EEPROM.h” file that my friend had used. I installed it straight from GitHub and added it to my project. I know I did this part correctly because I had to do it with other libraries and I had no issues.
When I found where the issue was coming from within the .h file, it was due to two include statements. These were named “avr/eeprom.h” and “avr/io.h”. The error is that the #included files can not be found. It seems as if these are folders or something. And when I was finding project locations, I would click down file rabbit holes and find different folder in different projects named avr.
What’s more confusing is that when I copy the program to Arduino IDE, and install the library, it does not give me any errors.
I can’t seem to find someone else with this issue. Can someone help?