Every time I open Atom it is trying to install but it fails and I get the following error:
Can not find platformio command. Please install it using pip install platformio or enable built-in PlatformIO tool in Menu: PlatformIO > Settings > platformio-ide package.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/usr/local/bin/platformio”, line 7, in
from platformio.main import main
File “/Library/Python/2.7/site-packages/platformio/main.py”, line 21, in
ImportError: No module named click
I’m having a similar problem. Every time I launch Atom, it opens up installing the PlatformIO IDE package. I’ve tried uninstalling and then reinstalling the IDE in an attempt to get it out of this bad state, but it didn’t help. Each time it installs okay, but I have to wait for it to finish before I can do anything.
In my case pio command is working fine. Path variables all good.
I also ran the python script @Sufomba posted, but no joy.
I’m having a similar issue. I deleted the /.atom directory, reinstalled platformio-ide package and ran pip install -U platformio on the command line. The good news is I don’t get any errors. The bad news is that every time I restart Atom the “PlatformIO IDE:Installing” dialog pops up.
Thanks for the quick response @ivankravets . The upgrade resolved the issue on WIndows (I was not experiencing this problem on my Mac).
I installed Atom and PlatformIO as an alternative to the Arduino IDE. I really like this new solution - including integration with GitHub and the command line. The editor itself is great. I will be using this IDE for more than Arduino. Now that I have the IDE working on Mac and Windows - and because of your help and quick response - I will be making a donation today. Thanks for all your hard work on PIO!