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Arduino Core for mbed enabled devices

The repository contains the Arduino APIs and IDE integration files targeting a generic mbed-enabled board

Installation

Clone the repository in $sketchbook/hardware/arduino

mkdir -p $sketchbook/hardware/arduino
cd $sketchbook/hardware/arduino
git clone git@github.com:arduino/ArduinoCore-nRF528x-mbedos mbed

Then clone https://github.com/arduino/ArduinoCore-API in a directory at your choice. Checkout namespace_arduino branch.

git clone git@github.com:arduino/ArduinoCore-API -b namespace_arduino

Remove the symlink to api you can find in $sketchbook/hardware/arduino/mbed/cores/arduino and replace it with a symlink to ArduinoCore-API/api

Open Arduino IDE; you should now see three new targets under MBED boards label

Adding an mbed target

Adding a target is a mostly automatic procedure that involves running https://github.com/arduino/ArduinoCore-nRF528x-mbedos/blob/master/mbed-os-to-arduino after setting BOARDNAME and ARDUINOCORE env variables. Actions marked as TODO must be executed manually.

Using this core as an mbed library

You can use this core as a standard mbed library; all APIs are under arduino namespace (so they must be called like arduino::digitalWrite() )

The opposite is working as well; from any sketch you can call mbed APIs by prepending mbed:: namespace.

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