First, let me just say that the idea is just brilliant. Not only does it reduces the time needed to program hardware to about 10% (i need to configure 30+ IO's for my project), but, since my Axon hasn't arrived yet, i can already start planning where each i/o plugs in to where, according to the layout of different boards inside my robot.
But, now to the question: when i click on generate (i must specify that i have no errors in the layout), does the code that project designer outputs is ready to be compiled? I mean, i know it's just a demo in the sense that "you connected a LED at this port, here's how you can control it via PWM".
So i went and added a simple LED on an AxonII, on port B4. Saved the design, and clicked on "Generate...". The thing is that when i try to compile the code with AVR studio i get all sorts of errors (18 errors and 16 warnings, most of them in hardware.h and xhardware.h). I specified the path to the Webbot library, also i made sure that the library is correctly installed in project->configuration options.
I attached the files resulted from project designer. Any ideas?
Anyways.... it's still a great piece of software