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Export Arduino Create Project To Intel® System Studio 2018

Export Arduino Create Project To Intel® System Studio 2018 © MIT

Enhance IoT device and application performance, optimize power efficiency, and speed time-to-market with this cross-platform tool suite.

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Arduino Web Editor
Export projects using the Arduino Web IDE
Intel® System Studio
Import the project into Intel System Studio 2018 Beta. To install ISS, go to : https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-system-studio-2018-beta-installation-guide

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Exporting an Arduino Create* Project

You can export a project you create in Arduino Create* as a CMake file, then import that file into Intel® System Studio for further development work.

  • In the web editor, open the sketch you want to export.
  • Next to the board selection drop-down list, click the menu icon (...). From the menu, select Export CMake file.
  • Your sketch is exported as a .zip file, as shown below.

Requirements and Support

The ability to import Arduino Create projects into the Intel System Studio is available for Linux* hosts ONLY. After building an imported project and switching build configurations (i.e. changing the build configuration from DEBUG to RELEASE or vice versa), you may find that your project does not build, and that no errors will appear in the Cmake console, Problems view, or Error Log.

To avoid this issue, before attempting to rebuild the project, do one of the following to ensure that your project builds properly:

  • Clean the project
  • Delete the build directory

Before you can import an Arduino Create project, you must install cmake on your host machine. To do so, enter the following commands in a Terminal window:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:george-edison55/cmake-3.x
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install cmake

Without cmake, compiling the project will fail and the Problems List will include errors.

Importing

For importing projects to Intel System Studio 2018 :

https://software.intel.com/en-us/developing-projects-with-intel-system-studio-c-importing-arduino-create-projects

Debugging

https://software.intel.com/en-us/developing-projects-with-intel-system-studio-c-debugging-arduino-create-projectss.

Troubleshooting

  • If the upload is failing, verify credentials by ssh-ing through a separate console or putty. Double check proxy settings of both target and host device.
  • If you get an error about the scheduler not having permission, as follows:

Refer to the following resources:

Beware that changing the real-time priority is not recommended. Changing the application code to not have real-time priority manipulation is preferable.

  • If a ‘Problem Occurred’ dialog box appears with message ‘Error during file upload’, it likely means that the application is already running. Try to terminate the application using the Terminate application button in the Intel System Studio. Alternatively:

a. Kill the process by searching for it in the process list.

b. Delete the binary at the previously chosen location on the target device.

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