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I recently installed UECIDE v 0.11.9 on a Windows 10 computer.
I loaded a sketch written by someone else and when I tried to compile it, I got the following error message: “Error at line 58 in file zxcv32_20.ino: ‣ WiFi.h: No such file or directory”
I followed the library installation instructions on the Wiki. Now, when I select menu item Sketch/Libraries/Communication, Wifi is listed, and when I click on it, #include <WiFi.h> is inserted into the sketch. But, when I tried to compile again, I get the same error message.
What am I doing wrong? I’m sure it’s something simple. 😊
WiFi should have been installed as part of the ESP32 core installation. Maybe there's something more fundamental going on here. It could be to do with the new library detection system.
Read this, especially the second post, and see if switching to the old method makes it work.