Recently updated to 2.9.2 IDE and latest firmware on my cameras (H7 Plus). My application (main.py) resides on my sd card along with several library dependancies. All seemingly worked fine prior to my update, libraries imported fine. I could edit the main program or libraries in the IDE and save them back to the SD and rerun the program to see my changes.
After the update my program ran fine but any change I’d make in the IDE to any library files would not work. After a bit of struggling I’ve determined that there must be a copy of these library files that get stored to the internal flash which the program is then referencing instead of the ones on the SD card.
I determined this by erasing the internal flash from the IDE and then rerunning my program. After this the program worked as expected with my changes I made to the library files. However, now it appears a new copy is then written to the internal flash and this makes it very painful to make changes.
Is there a way to have the program always use the library files I have on the SD card as I program through the IDE? I’m pretty new at this so please forgive my ignorance if I am completely missing something.
Thanks in advance