Add custom class in Arduino project.

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    Badang
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    Hello. Im pretty new in ESP32\arduino programming, but i have some experience in barebone mcu firmware design.

    Usually, when i need to divide my project in separate source files, i just make “module name” folder and put *.c and *.h files in there. But when reading documentation of ESP-IDF i have found, what ESP-IDF suggest some different system, what called “components”.  As per my understand, it is same as “C way” with *.c and *h files in they own directory, but also requests makefile and component description file to be inside.

    Ok this is clear for me.
    But for now, i work with arduino visualGDB project and seems there is no components folder, only “referenced libraries”. Also i can just create folder in solution explorer and include files in it.

    So i have next questions:
    1. In generic ESP-IDF VisualGDB project, can i just make folders and put my own source\header files in them? (like in other C oriented IDEs).
    2. (if previous is false) In generic ESP-IDF VisualGDB project, all of the code not included in “main.c” file must be created as “IDF component”?
    3. In Arduino ESP-IDF VisualGDB project, what is the correct way to extract usercode from main? Make arduino-like libraries?

    Thank for your the attention.

    • This topic was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by  Badang.
    #28257

    Badang
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    Also i can just create folder in solution explorer and include files in it.

    Cant*

    #28280

    support
    Keymaster

    Please see the following tutorials for examples on adding extra files to ESP-IDF and Arduino projects:

    You can also add existing files directly to the project by right-clicking on it in Solution Explorer and selecting Add->Existing Item.

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