Arduino IDE makes this INSANELY easy
Visual Micro also automatically detects and uses the sketchbook folder as specified in the Arduino Ide ensuring that user libraries are discovered in the same INSANELY easy way as in the Arduino Ide.
I've got Visual Micro installed in VS 2012 and Atmel Studio. I have been using Visual Studio since before it was even called Visual Studio, so I am a well versed .NET dev. *I am a total noob, however, to Arduino, and have been doing all kinds of successful things using the Arduino IDE.* HOWEVER, I can't get Visual Micro to behave like Arduino IDE, or as expected in VS:...
I downloaded Visual Micro and have been using it for a couple of days and it is A BAJILLION TIMES BETTER than the Arduino IDE.
I'm having the same problem with trying to load in an external libary.
Hi! I downloaded Visual Micro and have been using it for a couple of days and it is A BAJILLION TIMES BETTER than the Arduino IDE. I use it with the free atmel studio and absolutely love it.Question, since there seems to be a Visual Micro guy in here. I'm having the same problem with trying to load in an external libary. I added the library to Arduino\libraries and it does not seem to be getting found by visual micro. I keep getting this error: error: TimerOne.h: No such file or directory TimeOne is the library i'm trying to get working but yeah, Visual Micro does not seem to be picking up new libraries added into the libraries directory. I did not touch the sketchbook folder. Thanks!PS. I restarted the atmel studio, the computer, and pressed the "reload toolchains" button. Nothing seems to be working-Paul
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