Hello. I have PlatformIO setup to run Arduino on Visual Studio 2022 and I would like to include Libtorch, which is a machine learning library in C++.
I’m using Windows 10.
I’m using an Arduino Uno, which I know is too small for ML. If I could just get the the code built successfully with #include <torch/torch.h> in the main.cpp file this would answer my question. This would mean LibTorch is available to use.
In the Libtorch documentation they show there is a CMakeLists.txt file required to build.
These are the steps to build Libtorch in C++
We don’t have to get too deep into the specifics of Libtorch, I just need the build to also look to a CMakeLists.txt file when building from the .ini file.
I tried putting the contents of the CMakeLists.txt into .ini and running the .ini file and CMakeLists.txt files with &&.