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Compiling online with Gitpod~

Even though openHASP is available in several pre-compiled firmware variants, sometimes the ready-to-flash binaries aren't enough. If you need to customize some features, or simply change some parameters, then you need to compile a firmware binary yourself.
If you don't want to install an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) like PlatformIO or ATOM on your computer, compiling your own firmware is a breeze using Gitpod.

Gitpod is a web browser based online IDE. All you need to use it is to link your GitHub account (or make a new one here). Gitpod will take care of all the necessary software package dependencies for you.

Load openHASP project in Gitpod~

Click on one of the links below, and that will automatically load Gitpod with openHASP prepared for creating your custom build:

After Gitpod loads the project, you will be greeted by the main window.

Choose the version you need~

A copy of platformio_override-template.ini to platformio_override.ini will be readily prepared for you.
Click platformio_override.ini to open it, and to select your firmware flavour for your hardware uncomment in the extra_configs section the platform of your hadware, for example for ESP32:

[platformio]
extra_configs =
    ; Uncomment or edit the lines to show more User Setups in the PIO sidebar
    ; user_setups/darwin_sdl/*.ini
    user_setups/esp32/*.ini
    ; user_setups/esp32s2/*.ini
    ; user_setups/linux_sdl/*.ini
    ; user_setups/stm32f4xx/*.ini
    ; user_setups/win32/*.ini

If you use customization, remove the comment from the line -DUSE_CONFIG_OVERRIDE and make sure you have your own user_config_override.h in place:
(please consider before saving your wifi and mqtt credentials to an online cloud)

[override]
; -- Hasp config options --------------------------------------
build_flags =
; -- Uncomment the next line to use the file include/user_config_override.h settings
    -DUSE_CONFIG_OVERRIDE

And finally select your supported hardware from the extra_default_envs section by uncommenting the corresponding line. For example to build firmware for Lanbon L8, you should remove that comment only:

extra_default_envs =
    ; Comment unneeded environments or create extra
    ; arduitouch-esp32_ili9341
    ; d1-mini-esp32_ili9341
    ; d132-unoshield
    ; esp12e-st7735
    ; esp32dev-mrb3511
    ; esp32dev-ili9488
    lanbon_l8
    ; lolin-d32-pro_ili9341
    ; my_custom_build
    ; nodemcu32s-raspi
    ; wt32-sc01
    ; ttgo_esp32_poe-ili9341
Save the file by pressing Ctrl + S or selecting Save from the top-left menu.

Note

You can of course uncomment multiple lines, the system will make builds for each. Note that these environments rely on the platforms above so double-check that your hardware has the correct platform enabled in the extra_configs section!

Warning

If you build from a development branch, you may not get the expected results, as it may contain undocumented or buggy features. Also, most likely a development branch has verbose logging enabled by default which adversely affects performance (for example setting HASP_LOG_LEVEL back to LOG_LEVEL_TRACE may bring speed to normal, otherwise the plate may become laggy).

Build the firmware~

To generate your customized firmware build, type platformio run in the command line area at the bottom, and press Enter key.

Download the build~

After the build successfully finishes, you will be able to find the downloadable binaries on the left panel, in the build_output\firmware folder.


Last update: 2022-09-18