3 years, 8 months ago.

can the source code be compiled by a offline compiler?

can the source code of JKSoft Wallbot BLE be compiled by a offline compiler?

if so, which compiler should I use?

I have compiled using the online compiler, it reports error: cannot open "device.h"

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JKSoft Wallbot BLE is an mbed enabled robotics kit which has two wheels and magnets underneath of the boards. You can control this robot by iOS App.

I have compiled using the online compiler, it reports error: cannot open "device.h"

posted by Weigen Qiu 24 Feb 2016
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3 years, 8 months ago.

Yes you can... Download Keil uvision IDE since your using an ARM microprocessor. Export the mbed project to uvision and use it offline :)

thanks for the reply, but I still have a few more questions, 1. How do I fix the compiler error? It seems that the device.h is missing. you can import to the online compiler and try it. ( with or without update option when importing). 2. When I tried to export the project, and select the JKsoft wallbot BLE as my platform, I only have three options to choose: (1. code sourcery, 2.emblocks, 3. zip archive). the rest of the options are disabled. how do I export it to uvision? thanks again for the help.

posted by Weigen Qiu 24 Feb 2016

update: when I imported the project to the online compiler through the wizard, the project has compiler errors ( missing device.h).

when I import the project to online compiler using the URL link, the error is gone.

so now the only issue I have is not able to export the project to uvision

posted by Weigen Qiu 24 Feb 2016
3 years, 8 months ago.

And it works as well with IAR (free version) and GCC.