The “make” option doesn’t work because windows doesn’t recognised make as a valid command. I suppose I need to add a make.exe to the path, but I’m not sure what this program is.
In Arduino 1.8.5 IDE, after loading C:\Model01-Firmware\Model01-Firmware.ino, and upload, I get this build error:
C:\Model01-Firmware\Model01-Firmware.ino:17:26: fatal error: Kaleidoscope.h: No such file or directory
Has somebody been able to resolve the issues on either of the methods?
Thanks all for the advice. It works now. The conclusion, is that the instructions are definitely not there on the page for windows, but the instructions for Mac to set-up the IDE worked, and I was able to flash the keyboard.
Among other things, the page explains how to add keyboard io to the board list in the Arduino IDE.
Thank you for sticking with this and answering questions. The Windows docs should be solid now for Windows 10. I’m not sure what is still missing, but would like to get them right. If you have a chance, could you let me know what needs to be added?
It just occurred to me that I should add a note at the top of the windows docs letting folks know that there are issues with Windows 7 and 8. Going to do that now.