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NAME

       arduino-builder - compiles Arduino sketches

SYNOPSIS

       arduino-builder mandatory-arguments [options] sketch

DESCRIPTION

       A command line tool for compiling Arduino sketches

       This  tool  is able to parse Arduino Hardware specifications, properly run gcc and produce
       compiled sketches.

       An Arduino sketch differs from a standard C program in that it misses a main (provided  by
       the  Arduino  core),  function  prototypes  are  not mandatory, and libraries inclusion is
       automagic (you just have to #include them). This tool generates  function  prototypes  and
       gathers library paths, providing gcc with all the needed -I params.

OPTIONS

       Every  time  you  run this tool, it will create a ´build.options.json´ file in build path.
       It´s used to understand if build options (such as hardware folders, fqbn and so  on)  were
       changed  when  compiling  the  same sketch. If they changed, the whole build path is wiped
       out. If they didn´t change, previous compiled files will be reused  if  the  corresponding
       source  files  didn´t change as well. You can save this file locally and use it instead of
       specifying -hardware, -tools, -libraries, -fqbn, -pref and -ide-version.

   Mandatory
       -hardware folder
              folder containing Arduino platforms. An example is the  ´hardware´  folder  shipped
              with the Arduino IDE, or the packages folder created by Arduino Boards Manager. Can
              be specified multiple times. If conflicting hardware definitions are specified, the
              last one wins.

       -tools folder
              folder   containing   Arduino   tools   (gcc,   avrdude...).   An  example  is  the
              ´hardware/tools´ folder shipped with  the  Arduino  IDE,  or  the  packages  folder
              created by Arduino Boards Manager. Can be specified multiple times.

       -fqbn name
              Fully Qualified Board Name, e.g.: arduino:avr:uno.

   Optional
       -compile | -dump-prefs | -preprocess
              If  omitted, defaults to -compile. dump-prefs will just print all build preferences
              used, -compile will use those preferences to run the actual  compiler,  -preprocess
              will only print preprocessed code to stdout.

       -libraries folder
              folder  containing  Arduino libraries. An example is the ´libraries´ folder shipped
              with the Arduino IDE. Can be specified multiple times.

       -build-path folder
              folder where to save compiled files. If omitted, a folder will be  created  in  the
              temporary folder specified by your OS.

       -prefs=key=value
              It allows you to override some build properties.

       -warnings
              Can  be  "none",  "default", "more" and "all". Defaults to "none". Used to tell gcc
              which warning level to use (-W flag).

       -verbose
              Turns on verbose mode.

       -quiet Suppresses almost every output.

       -debug-level
              Ddefaults to "5". Used for debugging. Set it to 10 when submitting an issue.

       -core-api-version
              Defaults to "10600". The version of the Arduino IDE which is using this tool.

       -logger
              Can be "human", "humantags" or "machine". Defaults to "human". If  "humantags"  the
              messages  are  qualified  with  a  prefix  that indicates their level (info, debug,
              error). If "machine", messages emitted will be in a format which  the  Arduino  IDE
              understands and that it uses for I18N.

       -version
              If specified, prints version and exits.

       -build-options-file path
              path to a local build.options.json file, which allows you to omit specifying params
              such as -hardware, -tools, -libraries, -fqbn, -pref and -ide-version.

       -vid-pid
              When specified, VID/PID specific build properties  are  used,  if  boards  supports
              them.

SEE ALSO

       arduino(1)