From what I can see, it produces the same output as from the Arduino IDE when uploading sketches. However, the Sodaq One doesn’t seem to respond anymore after I uploaded a simple blink sketch (LED’s don’t blink, can’t tell what the board is doing otherwise).I can upload again using the Arduino IDE with no problems there, so I haven’t wiped the bootloader or anything by mistake
I do need to manually put the sodaq board in bootloader mode to open up COM5 (the port used to program the board). Something I didn’t need to do with the Arduino IDE since it resets the COM port its connected to before uploading, opening up COM5.
Does someone got any idea’s where I might be doing something wrong?
I figured it has nothing to do with uploading a sketch but is rather the compiling of the solution where stuff goes wrong. When I change my command to point to the bin file the Arduino IDE compiles, it uploads without any problem. So therefore it must be Atmel Studio isn’t compiling the sketch correctly.
Does someone have any experience compiling sketches using Atmel Studio?
I’ve managed to get Atmel Studio working with the SodaQ One board (both compiling and uploading). But it has been a series of hotfixes here and there. You can start a project with or without the Arduino Core, both need different steps. Fair warning though: A lot of SodaQ software is written on top of the Arduino Core, so if you want to get rid of Arduino entirely, you need to rewrite a lot of software.