The same error appears.
The important thing to understand is that you're having two completely unrelated problems.
The first was a compilation error caused by a problem in the Arduino library.
The second is an upload error caused by some conflict with the serial ports on your computer. The upload only happens when compilation has been successful, so I can tell that the problem with the library has been solved. So now it's necessary to solve the problem with the ports. For that, I have already provided some advice:
Have you tried all of that?
Yes, I can't, so I'm reinstalling it and proceeding.
Yay! I'm very glad to hear it.
Thank you very much.
It seems its again broken.
I have the latest version of Science Journal library (1.1.1)
And it doesn't work with the latest version of ether the normal arduino Mbed OS Nano Boards (v2.4.1) neither with the latest deprecated Mbed OS boards (v 2.4.1 too)
It only seems to work with the deprecated version v1.3.2
Is there any fix coming for this? this is very annoying for a newbie to get through.
Is this a problem with the board definition files or is this a problem of the science journal example program only ?
any help would be very much appreciated
I'm going to ask you to post some additional information that might help us to identify the problem.
Please do this:
- If you don't still have the IDE or web editor open with the error present, repeat the process that generated it.
- You now need to copy the full and exact text of the output. The procedure for doing this is different depending on which version of the Arduino development software you are using:
- Arduino IDE 1.x: Click the Copy error messages button on the right side of the orange bar in the IDE.
- Arduino IDE 2.x: Right click on the black "Output" pane at the bottom of the IDE window and then select Copy All from the context menu.
- Arduino Web Editor: Click the icon that looks like two pieces of paper at the top right corner of the black console window Web Editor.
- Open a forum reply here by clicking the Reply button.
- Click the
</>icon on the post composer toolbar. This will add the forum's code block markup (
```) to your reply to make sure the error messages are correctly formatted.
- Press Ctrl+V. This will paste the compilation output into the code block.
- Move the cursor outside of the code block markup before you add any additional text to your reply.
- Click the Reply button to post the output.