Im having a weird compiling issue. Im running Arduino IDE v1.5.7, on 64 bit Windows 7 machine
I stumbled upon this issue while attempting running an example sketch of a ultrasonic sensor library
The library compiles just fine if tools>board>arduino UNO is selected. Im trying to compile for arduino DUE (and the library appears to have support for DUE). Inside of the library, there are two include statements
I do have both io.h and interrupt.h files where they are supposed to be (i didnt tamper with their original location). Arduino>tools>avr>avr>include>avr
when I press compile, arduino finds interrupt.h without problems but returns a fatal error saying that io.h does not exist. Uppon further messing around, I found that there are some files in avr folders that i can include without problems, and others appear to be invisible to the compiler. Any ideas what is going on?
Again, everything seems to be compiling just fine if I try to compile the code for Uno or Fio for example.