Interesting. I used the
url value from the
name=RF24 version=1.3.1 author=TMRh20 maintainer=TMRh20 sentence=A library for NRF24L01(+) communication. paragraph=Optimized library for nRF24L01(+) that is simple to use for beginners, but yet offers a lot for advanced users. It also has a lot of good examples how to use the library. category=Communication url=http://tmrh20.github.io/RF24/ architectures=*
Apparently the value is really “the website”, not necessarily where the code is.
This is why we should make at least 1 example! And, demonstrates that some manual work is often required.
My tool does have provision for overriding this value. How can I do a sanity check on the
library.properties url, to validate that it points to an Arduino IDE library .git?