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Visual Studio Code
How to setup and configure Visual Studio Code with PlatformIO for Tasmota compilation and upload.
Download and Install Visual Studio Code
Download Visual Studio Code (VSC) from https://code.visualstudio.com/
Install PlatformIO Extension
Install the PlatformIO IDE extension in VSC.
Extensions and type PlatformIO in the search box.
Make sure to select the official PlatformIO.org PlatformIO IDE extension and select Install. Accept to install dependencies.
Download the latest Tasmota release from https://github.com/arendst/Sonoff-Tasmota/releases and unzip to a known folder.
Copy all files from the Tasmota release Source code into your VSC working folder.
Start VSC and select
File - ``Open Folder...` to point to the working folder.
P and type
PlatformIO to see all options.
Select the desired firmware by editing file platformio.ini as needed.
Easy compilation can be performed from the icons at the bottom of the VSC screen.
Enable desired options in patformio.ini for serial upload like:
; *** Upload Serial reset method for Wemos and NodeMCU upload_port = COM5 ;upload_speed = 512000 upload_speed = 115200 ;upload_resetmethod = nodemcu
Enable desired options in platformio.ini for upload to your local OTA server like:
; *** Upload file to OTA server using HTTP upload_port = domus1:80/api/upload-arduino.php extra_scripts = pio/http-uploader.py
Easy compilation and upload can be performed from the icons at the bottom of the VSC screen or use
U to upload (will build if needed).
In case vscode shows a huge amount of errors using PlatformIO - Intellisense a possible "solution" is to change the cpp-Intelli Sense Engine type to "TAG PARSER"
This setting can be changed in workspace settings by:
P and type
Preferences: Open Workspace Settings and type
intelli Sense in the search box.
Now change the value for
Intelli Sense Engine to