Development Platforms name.
PlatformIO allows one to use specific version of platform using Semantic Versioning (X.Y.Z=MAJOR.MINOR.PATCH) or VCS (Git, Mercurial and Subversion).
Version specifications can take any of the following forms:
1.2.3: an exact version number. Use only this exact version
^1.2.3: any compatible version (exact version for
~1.2.3: any version with the same major and minor versions, and an equal or greater patch version
>1.2.3: any version greater than
<=are also possible
>0.1.0,!=0.2.0,<0.3.0: any version greater than
0.1.0, not equal to
0.2.0and less than
Other forms are the same as for the platformio platform install command.
[env:the_latest_version] platform = atmelavr [env:exact_version] platform = [email protected] [env:specific_major_version] platform = [email protected]^1.2.3 [env:specific_major_and_minor_version] platform = [email protected]~1.2.3 [env:development_verion_by_git] platform = https://github.com/platformio/platform-ststm32.git [env:custom_git_branch] platform = https://github.com/platformio/platform-espressif8266.git#feature/stage [env:specific_git_commit] platform = https://github.com/platformio/platform-espressif8266.git#921855a9c530082efddb5d48b44c3f4be0e2dfa2
PlatformIO has pre-configured settings for the most popular boards:
- build configuration
- upload configuration
- debugging configuration
- connectivity information, etc.
A list with targets which will be processed by platformio run command by default. You can enter more than one target, please split them with comma+space “, “.
The list with available targets is located in
platformio run --target.
[env:upload_and_monitor] targets = upload, monitor
Build a project using Debug Configuration.
Tip! You can use these targets like an option to
platformio run --target command. For example:
# clean project platformio run -t clean # dump current build environment platformio run --target envdump
When no targets are defined, PlatformIO will build only sources by default.