I have a problem that just cropped up today (last night everything was compiling, loading, and running fine).
I am using Visual Studio Code with the ParticleIO Workbench
When I Select ‘Cloud Compile’ in the workbench development workflow
-it starts to compile, but then returns the following error in the output window:
Error in particle-cli: ! ENOENT: no such file or directory, open 'e:\falco\Documents\ParticleIO\XenonCode_2019_05\XenonCode2019\xenon_firmware_1580851347508.bin' ! See C:\Users\falco\AppData\Local\particle\error.log for more info. Error: Command failed with exit code 1 (Unknown system error -1): c:\Users\falco\.vscode\extensions\particle.particle-vscode-core-1.8.1\src\cli\bin\windows\amd64\particle.exe cloud compile xenon --target 1.4.4 --no-update-check at makeError (c:\Users\falco\.vscode\extensions\particle.particle-vscode-core-1.8.1\node_modules\execa\lib\error.js:59:11) at handlePromise (c:\Users\falco\.vscode\extensions\particle.particle-vscode-core-1.8.1\node_modules\execa\index.js:112:26)
A couple of other points:
-I did move some of the code blocks around in the program to clean things up
So, could this be an error due to something I messed up in my code?
-When I go to the directory mentioned in the error message,
the file: xenon_firmware_1580851347508.bin is not there
however, there are about a dozen other xenon_fireware files including some dated from last night.
Any help with understanding the above error message and getting me back to compiling would be greatly appreciated.