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  1. Rei -- Thanks, I have reverted back. David
  2. Thanks! I just renamed my Documents/Energia directory to Anergia-Old and made a new one. Energia now runs fine. I will migrate my stuff over slowly. David
  3. I may obtuse but this line doesnt appear to do what the comment says.LiquidCrystal_I2C lcd(0x20,16,2); // set the LCD address to 0x27 for a 16 chars and 2 line display
  4. I have struck out on fixing this problem == can someone help? David
  5. Per chance, I saw that one can download Java6, too. I lost the link, but this might work. https://support.apple.com/kb/dl1572?locale=en_GB I will uodate if that fixes the problem.
  6. This is solved. See posts 7&8. D Hi-- I am on OS-X Yosemite 10.10.5 I updated to Energia-0101E0017 and the latest Java: java version "1.8.0_74" Java SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_74-b02) Java HotSpot 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.74-b02, mixed mode) Energia now crashes on start up, after its windows opens, with this error message: Cannot launch Java application Uncaught exception in main method: java.lang.ArithmenticException: / by zero Any one have any fixes for this? Thanks! (I miss my energia) David
  7. Thanks. This is what I know about the ESP32: At the moment there is a beta-board out to the developers. This contains the ESP31, which is a preliminary version of the ESP32. It does not implement a complete set of peripherals. The ESP32 is expected relatively soon (months?) and will include al the peripherals, including CAN. This looks like a nice chip with many expanded features over the ESP8266, including more sockets. There are plans for a compatible Arduino-IDE for it. There is a forum at http://www.esp32.com, but it is pretty quiet.
  8. No, LOL. As I said in your other thread, nice work. The Arduino-Shell is pretty general, and could easily be adapted to other chips. I am hoping that I might include it in some of my OpenLCB nodes to give them user programmability. I am waiting for the dust to settle.
  9. You might be interested in a parallel development: https://github.com/mikaelpatel/Arduino-Shell David
  10. Old news, but there is a matching CC2650 Sensor Tag: http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/CC2650STK/296-38831-ND/5130740 And it is supported by Energies 17 -- so the Launchpad should be, too. What are the chances that this will go on sale?
  11. TI has 'launched' a multi protocol wireless launchpad. It uses the CC2650 chip: The CC2650 device is a wireless MCU targeting Bluetooth Smart, ZigBee and 6LoWPAN. The CC2650 device contains a 32-bit ARM
  12. Fabulous, and generally appropriate to the season!
  13. Yes, my thoughts are with you, your family and friends, and everyone in Paris. Paris is lovely. David
  14. J'eat yet? Yo brother. (Victoria BC)
  15. My two modules arrived safely, and popping in two batteries had one of them blinking happily away in response to the second! My phone detected the BLE beacon. Haven't reprogrammed them yet, but it all looks quite straight forward. Congrats Lgbeno / Luke on a great project/product. David
  16. I read that calculation as: (1000000 / 100 / 10) * 8 and not (1000000 / 100 / (10*8), a factor of 64 David
  17. Not yet, but the firmware works! David
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