I’m trying to compile code for the Re-ARM board but only the default build targets are available.
This is within Atom on a Win10 x64 system.
The sequence I use is:
- click on the +New Project button
- select NXP mbed LPC1768 under NXPLPC
- select the directory immediately above the platformio.ini file
- click the Process button
- wait (and wait and wait …) for the success message
- click on the PIO Build button in the far left bottom corner
- scroll through the list of build targets that pop up - the list consists of PIO Build, PIO Clean, PIO Upload, PIO test and PIO Debug.
The same code compiles successfully for others in our group.
What do I need to change and/or do differently?
I was able to get the expected target board list on my little tablet. I know what expected looks like because another in the group posted a screen shot.
I’d much rather work on my nice fast desktop with the big displays than on the tablet. The tablet is also a Win10 x64 system.
I’ve tried the following on my desktop.
My first installation of platformio was to an old copy of Atom. I went to the PlatformIO site and clicked on the Win 64 bit installer button. All went well until the new project initialization failed. Deactivating my anti-virus software solved that. After the project was created that’s when the missing RE_ARM target was noticed.
After several hours I gave up on the desktop and tried to install it on the tablet. That went without issues except for installing clang. For this install I used the +Install feature to install platformio.
With success on the tablet I went back to the desktop and did the following:
- uninstalled Atom
- deleted .atom directory
- deleted .platformio directory
- cleaned out the recycle bin
- installed Atom
- used the +Install feature to install platformio
- created a new project
- waited to the success message