Today, we were notified about a set of warnings appearing in VSCode when compiling our Unified Firmware. These warnings do not affect the compiling process, they are merely notifications.
We are aware of the warning message and are working towards a resolution so it doesn’t confuse anyone. This is caused by PlatformIO changing things on their end as updates roll out.
TLDR; The TLDR is that you can safely ignore these.
There is an update to PlatformIO that is deprecating (aka retiring) the use of the src_filter value in the configuration files. This is just a warning that this will be happening soon in the next PlatformIO update.
We are working on updating our Unified 2 firmware to fix the warnings and prepare for when the next PlatformIO update will roll out.
These warnings do NOT affect any of the boards or printers we support even if an update rolls out before we can update our code to remove these warnings.
As seen above, our firmware compiles fine on the latest PlatformIO version (2.4.3) and latest April release of Visual Studio Code.
If for some reason there is a PlatformIO update that comes out before we can update our Marlin code base you can roll back to a previous PlatformIO version through the Visual Studio Extension manager.
Thanks for reading! I just wanted to let people know what the deal was with these warnings as we got a few messages today about them.
Happy Compiling and Printing 🙂
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