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Support for offline/unpublished/private libraries #260

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WillemMali opened this Issue Jul 29, 2015 · 3 comments

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WillemMali commented Jul 29, 2015

Hey,

I find myself having to develop closed-source code for work, and I'd like to use Platformio to manage my code.
However, I haven't found a way of installing PlatformIO packages from a custom URL (with authentication) or from an otherwise private source (i.e. a local folder). For this reason I can't really use PlatformIO to the fullest extend in this project.

Is there any way I could still use PlatformIO to manage my C/C++ libraries?

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ivankravets commented Jul 29, 2015

Yes, please install own libraries into lib_dir. PlatformIO will use your libraries even they are not installed via Library Manager.

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WillemMali commented Jul 29, 2015

Oh, thank you!

Perhaps it'd be good if this were documented? I did see the lib_dir option
but didn't know you could put your own libraries there. I do think it's a
rather useful feature.

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Willem

2015-07-29 13:53 GMT+02:00 Ivan Kravets notifications@github.com:

Yes, please install own libraries into lib_dir
http://docs.platformio.org/en/latest/projectconf.html#lib-dir.
PlatformIO will use your libraries even they are not installed via Library
Manager.


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ivankravets commented Jul 29, 2015

Thanks, I've just added this info.

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