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Topic: [solved] Phi Prompt menu examples will not compile (Read 3203 times) previous topic - next topic

digimate


I go to wondering why I have version 1.0.1    Maybe it's just because that was what had been packaged for the distro.   So, I just downloaded 1.5.1 and installed in a temp directory.   It seems to work fine, and it compiles the Phi prompt examples without error too.

So I guess that gets around the problem for me.  Strange how 1.0.1 wouldn't work though...

liudr

Let's get rid of that version then. I just wasted my time install 1.0.3 then. It compiles as well as 1.0 and 1.5.

The program you are trying to compile will need a 4*4 matrix keypad to navigate the menu, just FYI.

digimate


Let's get rid of that version then.



Yep, and thanks for the help.  Being new to this, if you hadn't mentioned other versions of the IDE, I would never have thought to go looking.

liudr

1.5 is probably considered experimental. It does have nice compiler option feature though.

liudr

A request: could you change the topic to [solved] and edit the first post to say don't use arduino 1.0.1? Use 1.0, 1.0.3 or 1.5 Thanks.

digimate


A request: could you change the topic to [solved] and edit the first post to say don't use arduino 1.0.1? Use 1.0, 1.0.3 or 1.5 Thanks.


Done - and thanks again.

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