This repository contains the library files that are used by the LoRaTracker programs
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README.md

This repository contains the library programs (.h) files required by the various LoRaTracker programs.

The library files need to be accessible to the Arduino IDE at program compile time, there are three ways to achieve this;

  1. Create a 'LoRaTracker' folder in your \users\Arduino\libraries folder, mine is located here on a Windows 7 PC;

    C:\Users\Admin\Documents\Arduino\libraries\LoRaTracker

    And copy all the LoRaTracker library files there.

  2. For a seperate Arduino installation create a folder called 'LoRaTracker' and place all the files in there.

    For instance I have my own Arduino installation on a separate drive (Y:) so I would create this folder;

    Y:\Arduino\libraries\LoRaTracker

  3. Copy all the library files into the same folder as the programs .ino file. For example on my own PC I have a HAB tracker program here;

    Y:\Projects\HAB2\LoRaTracker_HAB2_011017.ino

    So I would need to copy all the library files into the Y:\Projects\HAB2\ folder, or you could copy just the ones you need.

Myself, I prefer to use option 2, then I can be sure that any updates to the Library files are common to all programs.

Stuart Robinson

October 2017