Much of UECIDE's internals can be controlled from within your sketch during compilation using
#pragma options. This ranges from selecting which board / compiler is in use, to adding extra compilation flags and other settings.
#pragma options take the form of:
#pragma key value
Some compilers also use
#pragma internally in the same format. UECIDE understands the following keys:
Sets, or overrides, an internal UECIDE variable. Exactly what variables are available for use depends on the board / core / compiler selected. Common usages include:
#pragma parameter extra.cflags=-Wunused-variable::-Wunused-local-typedefs #pragma parameter extra.cppflags=-ffast-math #pragma parameter extra.ldflags=-flto #pragma parameter extra.libs=-lSDL2
Sets the current board. Good for locking a sketch down to always compiling for the same board. For example:
#pragma board chipkit-lenny
board but selectes a compiler:
#pragma compiler arm-none-eabi-gcc-7
compiler but selected a core:
#pragma core arduino
parameter but is used to select an entry in the Options menu. Format is:
#pragma option key=value
key is the name of a group and
value is a selection within that group. The
Copy settings option in the Options menu will copy the currently selected options into the clipboard in this
#pragma format so you can paste them into your sketch.
Selects a serial port for you. For example:
#pragma port /dev/ttyUSB1
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