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forkliftcat

Jul 29, 2018, 01:25 pm Last Edit: Jul 29, 2018, 03:15 pm by forkliftcat
Dear arduino wiese ones,

I tried to install the EspEsceptionDecoder https://github.com/me-no-dev/EspExceptionDecoder as a tool but whatever I do, it doesn't show up in the tool menu of the arduino IDE 1.8.5

System: Windows 10
Arduino IDE version: 1.8.5

What I tried:

Unpacking to:
C:\Users\#Username#\Documents\Arduino\tools\ (this is my sketsch folder)
Full path looking like:
C:\Users\#Username#\Documents\Arduino\tools\EspExceptionDecoder\src

I also tried to rename "src" to "tool"


I also unpacked it to
C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\tools

(the WiFi101 tool is there and it's the only tol that shows correctly on the menu)


I tried several other tools in case it's an issue of the EspExceptionDecoder, but it doesn't seem to be. Whatever tool I try to install, it doesn't show...

Any ideas?




spycatcher2k

Read and follow the instructions on the git page - it works for me!
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spycatcher2k

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Make sure you use one of the supported versions of Arduino IDE and have ESP8266/ESP32 core installed.
    Download the tool archive from releases page.
    In your Arduino sketchbook directory, create tools directory if it doesn't exist yet.
    Unpack the tool into tools directory (the path will look like <home_dir>/Arduino/tools/EspExceptionDecoder/tool/EspExceptionDecoder.jar).
    Restart Arduino IDE.
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forkliftcat

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Jul 29, 2018, 01:38 pm Last Edit: Jul 29, 2018, 01:39 pm by forkliftcat
Thank you for the fast reply. I think I did all that. I also restarted the IDE and also my complete system several times.
So you can confirm it works with IDE 1.8.5?
Do you see where I overlooked/not followed the instructions? 

forkliftcat

The only trouble I see is that the instruction talks about getting a .jar file out of the extraction:

<home_dir>/Arduino/tools/EspExceptionDecoder/tool/EspExceptionDecoder.jar

But when I extract it I get a .java

<home_dir>/Arduino/tools/EspExceptionDecoder/src/EspExceptionDecoder.java

I'm willing to learn where I go wrong and I sure wouldn't ask if the solution was obvious to me.

spycatcher2k

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Download the tool archive from releases page.
Did you follow this instruction?

It gives you the file you need!
Mrs Drew
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I will design & code for you, but I will also charge you (PM me)
If you don't like my answers, realize : I'm not being cheeky, I'm Just trying to prompt you to use your own brain/google etc.

forkliftcat

*Epic facepalm*
Thank you so much, that solved it! Clear case of problem was between computer and chair.

spycatcher2k

Mrs Drew
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