Windows 10 just pulled an update I thought I deferred until later today (it was 9PM somewhere).
In any event, after rebooting my Atom IDE apparently went thru an update procedure (it had been nagging about this with the small blue squirrel icon on the lower right of the status bar).
All my projects up to now were using a collection of Particle libraries via the “+Add to current project” operation and were building without issue. I had not opted to “Copy to current project” for these projects. They have all built and deployed without issue.
Now Atom won’t build these projects, puking because it can’t find the associated .h header files in my “includes”.
In addition, when I open a Project Folder, Atom goes off like this:
As an aside, if I create a new project and build with downloaded local copies of repo/library files, it works.
What the heck changed?
- I’ve since downloaded local copies of Particle library instances and I can build.
- Fixed the “Deprecation cop” by closing all previously instantiated EDIT windows
- The Build process is HORRENDOUSLY SLOWER from 20-30 seconds -> 2 to 3 minutes