I am getting "no such file or directory : io.h" during compile. This resides in the Arduino/avr area - what am I doing wrong please ?
We need to know which header commented before "// Paladin Main Code" included this io.h, and where to find it. It's seems like Ameba has not supported the peripheral yet.
Hi Sean, thanks for the prompt reply.
I have commented out the Dallas temp sensor and original code after // Paladin Main Code as you see. Adding the Wire.h from the Ameba library gives me this.
I get the io.h problem regardless of how much else I take out. Depending on how it feels I also get a 'Multiple Libraries' on the LiquidCrystal and I2CIO. I have tried copying the Ameba libs to the sketch directory and using "", but I am still left with the IO.H issue.
Simple things like Blink etc compile and run OK, so I suspect the problem is in Wire or I2ICO
// Paladin Main Code
//#include <Wire.h> // Comes with Arduino IDE
// Dallas Temp Sensor OneWire