I find the library system challenging. I was wondering if anyone else would agree with me that it would be easier to have the libraries that you create yourself in the same directory as the file is in and have the includes check there first.
If this were the case, then when there is a duplicate name for a library, it would use yours by default and all the libraries that are written special for the program are packaged with it in the same directory. When you upload it to a website, or store it as a backup, it will still work, because the libraries will not have been updated and changed or have been removed. You won’t also have to go collect them to be able to share your code with others.
Maybe add another save option that includes the used libraries in the saved file folder! Or maybe even just save the parts of the libraries that are referenced in the code in a single library reference file.
I am wanting to use the Encoder examples with my MKR1000 board. The file Encoder\pins.h does not have interrupt listings for my board (I know, it’s not released yet!) and I do not know what the processor description information is that the pins.h uses to identify which board it is running on. Does anyone know where I can track this information down at?
“SAMD25” ← I tried this and it did not work?
Is pins.h looking for the processor pin numbers or the board bin numbers?
Another question: Am I doing this forum posting correctly by using this like a blog?
Are there defined rules to how this is supposed to be used?
If so, how do I find those rules?