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rglory
rglory commented Apr 27, 2020

Currently comment on runout sensor configuration says:

  • By default the firmware assumes HIGH=FILAMENT PRESENT.

which is quite confusing and not very informative for regular user. As we test filament sensor status by M119 command It should clearly say when filament present on M119 we should see either "open" or "TRIGGERED" status and we can flip FIL_RUNOUT_INVERTING otherwise. Nobody really

aykevl
aykevl commented Apr 19, 2020

There are a few flags that currently don't have proper error checking. The ones I found are -gc, -scheduler and -size. Using the wrong value will lead to no or unexpected errors.

I think the best way to handle it is to add a new method to compileopts.Config that checks whether there are any faulty flags, which is then called from the main function.

dsyleixa
dsyleixa commented Dec 24, 2019

a detailed documentation is missing about WebServer example "HelloServer.ino":
what is #include <ESPmDNS.h> for?
what is void handleRoot() for?
what is void handleNotFound() for?
what is server.on("/", handleRoot) for?
what is server.on("/inline", ) for?
what means: server.send(200, "text/plain", "this works as well");
(i.e., as well to what?)
what is server.onNotFound(handleNotFo

vivek1729
vivek1729 commented Sep 18, 2016

Absolutely love the work you guys are doing and I firmly believe that javascript is the way to go with everything. I want to make a Chrome App using cylon.js and therefore stumbled upon this repo from this blog post. Looking through the README, it's documented that we have to write our code in the script.js file for instance and bundle it using Browserify like so:

 ./node_modules/.bin/brows
arduino-cli
kittaakos
kittaakos commented Dec 10, 2019

Bug Report

This happened on Windows with the Pro IDE. This is all I can see in the logs:

root ERROR Uncaught Exception:  Error: 2 UNKNOWN: error getting port list from serial-discovery: read |0: The handle is invalid.
root ERROR Error: 2 UNKNOWN: error getting port list from serial-discovery: read |0: The handle is invalid.
    at Object.callErrorFromStatus (c:\Users\kittaakos\Desktop\

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haesslo
haesslo commented Jun 24, 2019

It seems that this was changed from
bool globalInputHandler(const HomieNode& node, const String& property, const HomieRange& range, const String& value)
to:
bool globalInputHandler(const HomieNode& node, const HomieRange& range, const String& property, const String& value)

...took me a while of digging to find out... maybe to update the V3 documentation:
https://homieiot.github.io/homie-esp

ScruffR
ScruffR commented Jun 10, 2019

e.g. the demo implementations in this sub-directory
https://github.com/particle-iot/device-os/tree/v1.3.0-alpha.1/user/tests/app/ble
or some code snippets in the docs and tutorials still use #include "application.h".

Although Particle.h (formerly Spark.h) should have replaced application.h (as per #249) we keep finding internal/official code using application.h while we try to get t

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