So, I have a large-ish project that I’ve been successfully running on a few Cores for many months now. Changes to the project are ongoing and I just updated two of the Cores last week. All is well.
Today when I tried compiling the same code in the Web IDE I got a ‘FLASH’ overflowed by 667 bytes error. Cool, I guess the Web IDE is using the new HAL firmware base so, it takes up more space. I thought I could just remove some code and get it running again. Sadly, no. Even though I can “verify” the firmware ok after removing some code, clicking the lightning icon to flash it does not seem to do anything.
So, what’s happening? I tried flashing a very simple project from the Web IDE and it seems to work. But with no warnings or errors, it’s now impossible to figure out why the larger one is not working.
Does anyone have any suggestions? I know I should be a big boy and compile locally and flash over USB. Probably true, but that option is not ideal with my current hardware setup and I rather liked the Web IDE when it was working
As a side note, when I open the settings panel inside the Web IDE it’s still showing that version 0.3.4 is being utilized. The one from October 21. So, is the supposed Web IDE update from Aug 6th really in effect and is what’s causing my issues or is something else in play here? Or is the Web IDE simply reporting the wrong version?
Any thoughts on this subject are greatly appreciated!