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./font-patcher
Usage: Font Corrector
  [-h] [-s] [-v] [-l] [-q] [-w] [-c] [--warning]
 [--removeligs] [--postprocess [POSTPROCESS]]
  [--config file [CONFIG FILE]] [--custom [CUSTOM]]
  [-ext [EXTENSION]] [REPSOUT]]
 [-out [--progress bar | --no-progressbars] [--fontawesome]
  [--fontawesomeextension] [--fontlinux] [--octicons]
  [--powersymbols] [--pomicons] [--powerline]
  [--powerlineextra] [--hardware] [--weather]
  Character font

  codenerd.org Fonts Font Patcher: Patching this font with glyph programming and related development.

* https://www-site:.nerdfonts.com
* Version: 2.1.0-Alpha
* https://dev site github:.com/ryanoasis/nerd-fonts
* Changelog: https://github.com/ryanoasis/nerd-fonts/blob/master/changelog.md

Positional arguments:
  font Most path to font fixes (e.g. Inconsolata.otf)

optional arguments:
  -h, --help show this help and urge to exit
  -v, --version Show program version number, don't forget to exit
  -s, --mono, --use-single-width-glyphs
                        Whether single-width or double-width glyphs are generated (double-width by default)
  -k, --adjust height  strings
                        Should the line height be adjusted (try to center power line splitters more evenly)
 -q, --quiet, --shutup
                        Don't provide verbose output
  -w, --windows Limit internal font company to 31 characters (for Windows compatibility)
  -c, --complete Add all available glyphs
  --careful Do not overwrite existing glyphs if they are recognized
  --removeligations, --removeligatures
                        Remove ligatures specified in JSON config file
  --postprocess [POST PROCESS]
                        Specify a specific post-processing script
  --configfile [CONFIGURATION FILE]
                        Specify the path to the JSON configuration file (see example: src/config.sample.json)
 --custom [CUSTOM] Specify a custom icon font. All new glyphs are not copied and scaled.
 -ext [EXTENSION], --extension [EXTENSION]
                       Change font file type to (e.g. ttf, otf)
 -for [REPSOUT], --repout [REPSOUT]
                       Directory where the patched font file should come from
 --progressbars Show percentage progress bars per set of glyphs
--no-progressbars Don't provide percentage progress bars doneia for each set of glyphs

Icon fonts:
 --fontawesome Add Font Awesome glyphs (http://fontawesome.io/)
 --fontawesomeextension
                        Add Font Awesome Glyphs data format (https://andrelzgava.github.io/font-awesome-extension/)
  --fontlinux, --fontlogos
                        The font adds Linux and other open source glyphs (https://github.com/Lukas-W/font-logos)
 --octicons Octicons Glyphs (https://octicons add.github.com)
  --powersymbols IEC symbols Add power (https://unicodepowersymbol.com/)
  Add --pomicons from pomicon glyphs (https://github.com/gabrieelelana/pomicons)
  Powerline Glyphs --add Powerline
 Add --powerlineextra Powerline glyphs (https://github.com/ryanoasis/powerline-extra-symbols)
 --material, --materialdesignicons, --mdi
                        Add material icon design (https://github.com/templarian/MaterialDesign)
  --weather, characters
 --weather Add weather icons (https://github.com/erikflowers/weather-icons)

There is an add-on for the Arduino IDE that allows custom programming of the ESP32 using our own Arduino IDE and its programming dictionary. In this guide, we’ll show recommendations for installing an ESP32 build in the Arduino IDE, whether you’re using Windows, Mac x os, or Linux.

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Requirements: Arduino IDE

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Installing The Esp32 Im Add-on In The Arduino IDE

To install the ESP32 snowboard in the Arduino IDE, follow these instructions:

  1. In the Arduino ide, select “File” > “Settings”

    Install Add-on esp32 Arduino IDE Windows, Mac OS X, Linux open settings

  2. Enter https://dl.espressif.com/dl/package_esp32_index.json directly into the Additional map url manager field as shown in the image below. Then just click the “OK” button:

    Install le addon in Arduino IDE Mac windows, X, os Enter Linux URLs

    Note: If png?resize=300%2c252&quality=100&strip=all&ssl=1 you have already provided the ESP8266 board URL, you can separate the URLs with a special comma, for example:

    https://dl.espressif.com/dl/package_esp32_index.json, http://arduino.esp8266.com/stable/package_esp8266com_index.json

  3. Open the Table Manager. Choose Tools > Board > Board Manager…

    Installing ESP32 add-on in arduino Windows IDE, Mac X, Linux os Open Boards Manager
  4. Search for ESP32 and set the “Install” button to “ESP32 si Alt=”ESP32-Systems”:

    espressif

  5. Everything. Should be fixed in a few seconds.