1. The Arduino Eclipse IDE named Sloeber (Product) V4, by jantje and others, EPL (13.0k)2. The Arduino Eclipse plugin named Sloeber V4, by jantje and others, EPL (44.7k)If someone could confirm the correct plugin, then I will install it and then try the instructions in the link above.
If someone could confirm the correct plugin, then I will install it and then try the instructions in the link above.
Like many people already said, ino format is for beginners who do not really understand cpp and want to get going fast(its basically .cpp and .h combined into one file), or for tiny projects. If you have a significant size project, just switch to using proper cpp files with headers and avoid .ino altogether.
I like the forward declarations generation and I know how to avoid in ino what the sloeber.ino.cpp generator (or Arduino builder) can't handle.my main Arduino project has 22 ino files. I decided to go the multiple ino code separation way with almost no encapsulation of partial functionality. I could encapsulate functionality into classes with declarations in h files, but it would be only more work