Vim is an open-source, powerful and configurable text editor. Vim is designed for use both from a command-line interface and as a standalone application in a graphical user interface.
Integration process consists of these steps:
Open system Terminal and install PlatformIO Core (CLI)
Create new folder for your project and change directory (
cd) to it
Generate a project using PlatformIO Core Project Generator (
pio project init --ide)
Import project in IDE.
pio project init --ide vim --board <ID>
The libraries which are added, installed or used in the project after generating process won’t be reflected in IDE. To fix it you need to reinitialize project using pio project init (repeat it).
Put to the project directory
Makefile wrapper with contents:
# Uncomment lines below if you have problems with $PATH #SHELL := /bin/bash #PATH := /usr/local/bin:$(PATH) all: pio -f -c vim run upload: pio -f -c vim run --target upload clean: pio -f -c vim run --target clean program: pio -f -c vim run --target program uploadfs: pio -f -c vim run --target uploadfs update: pio -f -c vim update
Build- Build project without auto-uploading
Clean- Clean compiled objects.
Upload- Build and upload (if no errors)
Upload using Programmersee Upload using Programmer
Upload SPIFFS imagesee Using Filesystem
Update platforms and libraries- Update installed platforms and libraries via pio update.
Now, in VIM
cd /path/to/this/project and press
(Mac). PlatformIO should compile your source code from the
make firmware and upload it.
If hotkey doesn’t work for you, try to add this line
nnoremap <C-b> :make<CR> to