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If you're ready to move beyond the Arduino-esque IDE that is Energia, but still want to make use of the easy-to-read Energia Libraries, I'd recommend setting up something like Code Composer Studio (really just Texas Instrument's re-branded version of Eclipse) and getting to know the GNU GCC toolchain. The latest version of CCS just came out, has Energia sketch/library support built in, and has a number of other great features.


I haven't used the Energia IDE for some time, but I do attempt to maintain using the libraries. So, I can't give you the answer you're looking for, but if you do decide to make the switch, all output files for CCS are generated in your project's 'Debug' folder.


There is a learning curve, but the experience is worth having under your belt if you are serious about programming.

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