I develop using CLion in MacOS with PlatformIO.
I’ve been working on a project using a Raspberry Pi Pico, and I’m able to write code and upload to the Pico from within CLion without any problems.
However, after I upload the sketch, MacOS throws a warning
Yet before an upload, the Pico isn’t connected as a drive, so I’m not sure why this warning happens.
I’m curious to know if anyone has experienced the same issue and/or has figured out how to make that warning stop happening.
I of course remember that when I plugged the pico into the computer when it was brand new, it mounted up as a drive. But after I uploaded the first sketch, it no longer mounts as a drive, but I’m not sure how PlatformIO uploads sketches to the pico - meaning is it a file transfer to a mounted drive? Or is it a serial upload to a com port? And can that method be modified or examined somewhere in the configs?
Ultimately, I just need the warning to stop, and disabling it on an OS level, though it would make it stop, it would have the side effect of not knowing when my other external drives all of a sudden find themselves disconnected when i didn’t disconnect them.