Since I am no guru, I am having a hard time placing this question. I don't know if it is an Adruino IDE, ATOM, Platformio IDE, or windows 10 problem. Thus being said, if this is not the right area, I ask the Arduino guru's to take pitty on me and help me please.
When trying to compile, even the original unmodified ATOM platformio IDE build that successfully compiles in that program, even before modifying any parameters, if I try to compile in Arduino 1.8.10, I receive the following error. I did notice the error (in .png form attached to this post) in ATOM platfomrio IDE
I uninstalled Arduino and reinstalled, I also re-uploaded a new project to ATOM and started over from scratch, but I encountered the exact same problem with the second attempt.
I am definitely not a C++, g++, python guru ! please keep it really simple. I thank you in advance.
Where did you install the U8glib library (if you installed it at all).
While we dont know where/how/if he installed that library, we can clearly rule out one possibility, namely that he installed it correctly; that error indicates that as far as it knows, the library is not installed
Hello, I would like to ask for your expertise on a very annoying and time consuming problem please.
When trying to compile in ATOM 1.41.0 x 64 using a platformio ide extension, I receive an error [-Wunused-variable]. The file in question comes from Marlin Github “Marlin-bugfix-2.0.x”. I beleive the path is (Marlin-bugfix-2.0.x/Marlin/src/HAL/HAL_AVR/u8g_com_HAL_AVR_sw_sp.cpp). The exact error (which does not keep me from compiling successfully) is;
.pio\libdeps\LPC1768\U8glib-HAL_ID1932\src\clib\U8g_com_i2c.c:44:16: warning: ‘u8g_i2c_opt’ defined but not used [-Wunused-variable] static uint8_t u8g_i2c_opt; /* U8G_I2C_OPT_NO_ACK, SAM: U8G_I2C_OPT_DEV_1 */
The files compile successfully, but when trying to compile in Arduino Marlin with the Marlin.ino file, I receive the following error (minus what I have to delete because it passes the 9000 characters allowed by this site) and cannot compile.
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