I’m running Windows 10 with an install from ParticleWorkbenchInstaller.exe
I haven’t used Workbench for over a month, when I came back to it I can no longer compile locally.
I created a new project, opened the .ino file, installed compiler toolchain 1.5.0 for an Argon, configured the project for my device, and then tried to perform a local compile.
I have uninstalled, power cycled and re-installed from a fresh download off the website. I can compile in CLI
Here is from the terminal:
PS C:\B\Particle_Programs\tester\workplease> particle compile argon
Compiling code for argon
attempting to compile firmware
downloading binary from: /v1/binaries/5e8ba6903cffc30001e34789
saving to: argon_firmware_1586210410410.bin
text data bss dec hex filename
4844 108 1020 5972 1754 /workspace/target/workspace.elf
Saved firmware to: C:\B\Particle_Programs\tester\workplease\argon_firmware_1586210410410.bin
Which is a cloud compile. But if I ask for Particle: Cloud Compile , I get:
When I open the developer tools console and run Particle: Compile application (local) I get:
The output of the error log is:
I only have the needed extensions installed:
What can I check/change to get the local compile pointed to the right location?