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  1. Ah, think I've got it, was a naming issue with the json file, didn't realise it had to follow package_YOURNAME_PACKAGENAME_index.json until I found the spec page for it on the arduino ide site: https://arduino.github.io/arduino-cli/package_index_json-specification/
  2. I'm currently trying to do this myself in this repo with an archive of the current master and a custom json. Currently they don't show up in my board manager, so trying to find the issue. https://github.com/solexious/custom-tivac-core
  3. Hi @Rei Vilo I read that thread before I posted, it touches on what I want to do, Robert mentions: But stops short of exactly what you need to do to sort all of that, unless I'm understanding the post wrong. The light weight package also seems to not be fore modifying the core and having a standalone new core is what I'm after, not just changing some pin mapping. (infact the pin mapping will be the same)
  4. Thanks very much for the reply @StefanSch. Is there guidance on how to make your own board to add via the json settings? Ideally I would prefer to do it that way as I can choose to pull commits from the main repo and as I do development across 3+ machines it would be much easier to sync the core on them all this way. Cheers Sol
  5. Hello all, There are some fixes that have been made to the master branch of the tivac-core since its last release. https://github.com/energia/tivac-core How can I install that latest non versioned version of the code? Libraries let you install from a zip, but sadly the boards manager doesn't have that feature and won't pick up on the changes until a new version gets pushed. Cheers Sol
  6. Hello all, I#ve got issues working with i2c (in another thread) but I wonder if anyone has gotten i2c working between 2 tivac connected boards using the master_writer and slave_receiver sketches? I can't seem to get any i2c working at all with the 1.8.7e21 version of energia. Can you make it work? Cheers Sol
  7. Was asking as I posted it back in July Hopefully they notice it soon 🤞
  8. Hey all, I've currently got an issue where i2c just isn't working with energia, I've opened an issue on github but haven't gotten any replies. Is there a better way to get some eyes on this? Would anyone here mind taking a look? https://github.com/energia/tivac-core/issues/41 Cheers Sol
  9. Confirmed, I can send and receive broadcast packets only if Ethernet is started with dhcp rather than fixed ip addresses. Any ideas as to what's causing this and a fix? Sol
  10. Digging deeper into this, if I start the Ethernet with a fixed ip I get the previous result, but if I start it with it obtaining an ip via dhcp I can now send out packets from my launchpad to 192.168.1.255. I've yet to test receiving broadcasts. Having to use hdcpd is an ok workaround, but for a correct operation I would need it to work when using a fixed ip... Sol
  11. hello all, Using energia with the tiva c launchpad and the included ethernetudp library, polling read doesn't seem to react to any broadcast packets (sent to 192.168.1.255 in my setup). Likewise sending packets to that address with udp.write doesn't get detected with my pc. Trying to dig though the energia source code to confirm if it's setup to allow send and receive of broadcasts. Anyone know? Best Sol
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