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 PIO Core Project Generator (
platformio project init --ide)
- Import project in IDE.
Please visit neomake-platformio for the further installation steps and documentation.
platformio project init --ide vim --board <ID>
- C/C++/ language server supporting cross references, hierarchies, completion and semantic highlighting - CCLS: vim lsp
- Syntax highlight - Arduino-syntax-file
- Code Completion - YouCompleteMe (see configuration example by Anthony Ford PlatformIO/YouCompleteMe Integration)
- Syntax checking - Syntastic
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: platformio -f -c vim run upload: platformio -f -c vim run --target upload clean: platformio -f -c vim run --target clean program: platformio -f -c vim run --target program uploadfs: platformio -f -c vim run --target uploadfs update: platformio -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 Uploading files to file system SPIFFS
Update platforms and libraries- Update installed platforms and libraries via platformio 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