There should be menu items for a Library Manager and a Boards Manager but they don't appear. They're normally at the top of "Sketch->Include Library" and "Tools->Board".
pkg info -Ix arduino18
openjdk version "1.8.0_232"
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_232-b09)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.232-b09, mixed mode)
I also checked this on a fresh 11.3 system with a minimum number of applications all installed from quarterly packages with the same result.
(In reply to denverh from comment #0)
Indeed. =-( All of the bits that download additional items were ripped out for now until I figured out how to reconcile with an upstream that didn't/doesn't officially support FreeBSD because supported platforms are somewhat baked into most of that stuff. I haven't made any further progress on that, unfortunately, and haven't found a good way to argue that they should support FreeBSD.
Ok, thanks. I did try looking at the code a while ago to try to figure out what might be happening, but it was too convoluted for me to follow.
(In reply to denverh from comment #2)
Indeed. =( And apologies- my previous comment should have been more constructive. Is there a specific board/library you're looking for?
They tend to be super easy to port independently, as it's usually just copying some files into staging at the right location.
Libraries are easy enough, but I haven't always had much luck with boards. Right now one that would be helpful would be the Adafruit Pro Trinket 5V/16 MHz (USB).
(In reply to denverh from comment #4)
That board looks incredibly nifty, not going to lie. =-)
I see they have the board support at , so I'll look at porting it over and add a patch to this PR -- it might take a couple of days to get paged in between some other work I'm doing at the moment.
Ok thanks, I appreciate it.
SparkFun Pro Micro and clones would be useful too, config is at