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Jantje

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I thought there must be something similar for Sloeber, but I can't find any doco.
If there is documentation it is not on sloeber.io. I never heard of this.
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william_ferguson_au

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Nov 29, 2018, 02:20 pm Last Edit: Nov 29, 2018, 02:20 pm by william_ferguson_au
So is there any way from within Sloeber to include a binary file (such as an SSL certificate) into the compiled application binary?

Jantje

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So is there any way from within Sloeber to include a binary file (such as an SSL certificate) into the compiled application binary?
This is a very open question which doesn't mean anything implementation wise.
Answering it even openly I say "yes".
Yes because sloeber is opensource and as such you can modify anything (but you can't because you don't have the time)

If you want a real answer you will have to be less open in your question.
What one needs to know is:
Which commands need to be executed at which time.

As a shortcut: take a look at project properties->arduino->compile options
There you can append to the build commands

You can run a extra command before building. To do so go to
Project properties->C/C++build->settings->build steps
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ov10fac

I am not a long time sloeber user, but have used the underlying program Eclipse for Java, PHP and C++ programming.  If I were interested in doing what you want to do, I would first look into make files for C++ to see if it can even be done.  If you can do the import with a make file, there should be a way to alter the build commands to include the file you want.  The trick may be to not just import it, but to be able to access the data once you have the program compiled.

Just some thoughts that may be way out in space.

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