I did lots of programming with swift metal…now i have a swift pro.
I am able to open the marvin.ino project in the arduino IDE and build the whole theing and program it via the IDE down to the swift pro successfully per the instructions in the user guide. Here is my challenge:
i want the code to run stand-alone (without connected pc) inside the swiftPro. The nice thing about what i did with metal was i could use the very simple Arduino IDE to write a stripped-down codebase that “referenced” a swift lib…so i didn’t have to recompile the entire lib every time…i could just add my setup() routine and my loop() routines accordingly.
with the swift pro marvin “library” the arduino IDE doesn’t recognize this as a valid “library”. not sure why.
I don’t want to have to modify the marvin “library” code just to add my functionality…i want to use the simple arduino ino file that calls the marvin codebase as a library.