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2 years, 7 months ago.

mbed online compiler frozen at: Initializing...

As of now, when I try to compile online, I get the status Initializing, and stays there forever. Any other people have the same problem?

Best regards.

As of now, it is working fine. Thank you guys for sharing your issues. I guess this may help mbed support to be aware of the interruptions in the service, and for me, it was helpful to know that it wasn't an specific issue with my program. Best regards.

posted by Carlos López Molina 20 Feb 2017

Still broken for me. It's been over 12 hours.

posted by Andrew Maggio 20 Feb 2017

The same issue since an hour ago

posted by lee sucheon 17 Jan 2018
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2 years, 7 months ago.

Hi all,

Sincerest apologies for this and thanks for your reports. We've now resolved this issue and taken steps to ensure it doesn't happen again.

We're trying to make sure the community has more visibility on such issues and so have made a post on our status page with some more context.

Best, Phil

Web Team Lead

Thanks Phil. I will bookmark the link to status.io, just in case. Best regards.

posted by Carlos López Molina 20 Feb 2017

disregard

posted by Robert Hawley 20 Feb 2017
2 years, 7 months ago.

The same issue since an hour ago

2 years, 7 months ago.

Same for me for at least an hour.

2 years, 7 months ago.

Same issue ....

saw this in a previous post:

Some of you have expressed interest in having an offline compilation option, I would like to point you to mbed CLI (https://docs.mbed.com/docs/mbed-os-handbook/en/5.1/dev_tools/cli/ ) ( https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiVCejcvpseuWWmJc9uELYww-xindjZCH ). mbed CLI is the tool behind the online compiler that we use for compiling your programs. Using mbed CLI you can trivially move programs between your online repos and offline for development. To bring your code down to your computer simply run `mbed import <URL of Program> and the code will be pulled down to your computer. You can use mbed CLI with windows, OSX or Linux, the compilers for GCC, IAR and Keil are all supported, and if you're interested there is even an `mbed export` option that will let you export your program to Keil, IAR, Eclipse and many other IDE's. In addition mbed CLI works with both mercurial (developer.mbed.org) and git repos (github.com).

Same problem using nucleo board

posted by giancarlo caramenti 19 Feb 2017

Thank you Robert for your suggestion. Before, I was using offline compilation, to avoid the dependence on the cloud service, and it worked fine. Actually, I was using this project https://github.com/adamgreen/gcc4mbed. When I started using mbed's RTOS, the generated program didn't work. The same program compiled in the cloud worked fine. I must have had some problem with the makefile configuration, but I had no time to fix it and I resorted back to the cloud service, till now. I was aware of the CLI mbed option, and it was in my @someday tasks list. What you point out might be the best solution. Thank you and best regards.

posted by Carlos López Molina 20 Feb 2017
2 years, 7 months ago.

Same here, I tried new project, other browser, changing filename etc.. Maybe someone have a quick solution to migrate on eclipse ? \o/

2 years, 7 months ago.

Same happening here. The web is littered with instances of this problem occurring over a period of years. The standard resolution seems to be - just wait, it will go away.

Unfortunately I'm trying to fix a customer outage... and "just waiting" is not a good option for me.

2 years, 7 months ago.

Umm yeah... same issue... while working on a project for a job interview... great..

2 years, 7 months ago.

Same issue...

2 years, 7 months ago.

Same issue.....There are any solutions to migrate on eclipse?