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"Problem occurred" with Arduino plugin [message #1790956] Wed, 20 June 2018 14:58 Go to next message
Donato Severi is currently offline Donato SeveriFriend
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index.php/fa/33176/0/index.php/fa/33176/0/I installed the Arduino plugin (Eclipse C++ IDE for Arduino 3.0).
In "Preferences->Arduino" I add the link for STM32 board (
All the STM32 board appeared as original Arduino Ide 1.8.5.
When I try to compile the simple sketch as visible in the image attached with STM32F429 Nucleo144 board I get the error window as in the image.
If I set Arduino OTTO or generic Discovery board in the launch target there is no problem and the sketch is compiled.
Do I need to change some specific setting for the Nucleo board or simply Eclipse is not yet totally implemented (so the Arduino plugin) for this type of board/microcontroller?
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Re: "Problem occurred" with Arduino plugin [message #1793285 is a reply to message #1790956] Fri, 03 August 2018 03:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Harry S. is currently offline Harry S.Friend
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Have same issue, Builder miss "build.source.path" definition which platfor.txt (in .arduinocdt\packages\STM32\hardware\stm32\1.3.0) uses.
Also it miss "upload.usbID" and maybe some other definitions.
Re: "Problem occurred" with Arduino plugin [message #1797460 is a reply to message #1793285] Wed, 31 October 2018 09:18 Go to previous message
Charnold Bronsonegger is currently offline Charnold BronsoneggerFriend
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Thou shalt never ever use spaces in project names, file names, or folder names.
Never ever. Especially never never never ever on Windows.
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