The last time I worked on Nybble (about a year ago?) I started to set up Nybble to start running code, however, I only finished part of the setup. Since then it looks like the process has changed, and while I think I effectively finished the new setup process, I keep running into issues when I try uploading a sketch. I tried uploading the most recent files off of GitHub, but I keep getting a long string of errors including "___ was previously declared", "implicit pointer mismatch", and "code may be misoptimized unless -fno-strict-aliasing is used". Not really sure what to do, especially about functions being previously declared because the error message only shows them being declared in one place. While it is redundant, I have attached the full stack trace.
I have my Bittle connected over Bluetooth to and Intel Nuc running Debian Linux. The Bluetooth is definitely connected and rfcomm0 is the right port (I set it myself). Every time I try to run ardSerial.py or example.py this is the error I get and I'm not sure how to fix it or why I'm having the issue. Any help or similar experiences would be appreciated.
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