So I got the memo the other day about the new Firmware Library Manager. Needless to say I was pretty excited about it.
I read through the new docs section on it as well as the blog post. Also looked at the example library on github(uber-library-example) and decided to give it a go.
I was needing to add another example file to one of my existing libraries. So I updated DEV to the latest version, pulled up that library and migrated it to the new format. So far so good. I created a new folder to hold my new example file as I see you need to do now and wrote the code. This new example depends on two external libraries. One of them is my SI7020 library and the other is Blynk. I saw the dependencies listed in the library.properties on the sample library on github so I tried to mimic that on mine. Saved the library.properties file, then clicked Manage Current Library, updated the version and clicked Save changes, just to find it removed those dependency lines on the library.properties file. What gives?
I know this is a pretty loose explanation but has anyone tried this in DEV yet? I see lots about the CLI but not much on DEV. Also other than docs->guides->firmware libraries and the github library sample are there any other sources of information on this?