kandi X-RAY | arduino-ide Summary
kandi X-RAY | arduino-ide Summary
This repository contains the source code of the Arduino IDE 2.x, which is currently in beta stage. If you're looking for the stable IDE, go to the repository of the 1.x version at The Arduino IDE 2.x is a major rewrite, sharing no code with the IDE 1.x. It is based on the Theia IDE framework and built with Electron. The backend operations such as compilation and uploading are offloaded to an arduino-cli instance running in daemon mode. This new IDE was developed with the goal of preserving the same interface and user experience of the previous major version in order to provide a frictionless upgrade.
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- Copy the build artifacts to the build directory .
- Add a zip file to an array .
- Generate an artifact name
- Collect all dependencies in project
- Calculate the hash for the digest of the channels
- Generates the template for the ari project .
- Compile a file .
- Verifies that all the dependencies are installed .
- Returns the version number .
- Executes a git command .
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Using arduino-cli, the arduino-ide, or directly the esptool.py (from https://github.com/espressif/esptool) I obtain the following error when uploading a simple (correct) sketch....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-04 at 09:14
The problem was that my last
apt upgrade updated the kernel from the 5.4.0-86-generic to 5.4.0-88-generic (I checked the update in
/var/log/apt/history.log.1.gz). The driver CH341 in 5.4.0-88 is not working properly (the ESP I'm using require CH340G drivers). The solution is to go back to the 5.4.0-86 drivers and in the following I list what I've done.
- disconnect any ESP or board connected to any USB. Then test that the CH341 module (which allows the serial communication with the EPS) is loaded. You can use this code to test the correct unload/load of the module in steps 2, 3.
I want to send a simple AT-Command like:
AT\r\n from the ESP32 to the Fanstel BC805M (nRF52805M) breakout board. My goal is to get an answer.
Problem: The Esp32 does not get an answer from the BC805M.Setup Hardware
The ESP32 is connected by usb cable to my Mac.
The ESP32 connects to the BC805M by five cables -> 3V3->VDD, GND->GND, Rx->Tx, Tx->Rx, GPIO32(high)->GPIO04(P004). Rx and Tx from ESP32 are Serial2 (not the Serial0 of the programmer). The P004 pin from BC805M is set to high to enable "command-mode".
The BC805M came already preloaded with The AT commands code.
The ESP32 is flashed by a simple Serial2 write/read arduino code:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-26 at 17:51
The Fanstel support just wrote me that the BC805M Evaluation Board is NOT preloaded with the AT-Command firmware.
Only the BC805M module has it preloaded.
That explains why the AT-Commands did not work.
Is there a way to dispose an Arduino String-Object, so the memory it uses gets freed up, when the String is not needed anymore?
I didn't find a function in the reference for this, and when I call free(&str), an Exception is thrown.
Thanks in advance for your help. Simon
Edit: I code with the Arduino-IDE, like this...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-11 at 00:58
You can use curly braces to make explicit scopes. The C++ standard requires that objects declared in a scope are destroyed when they go out of scope. For objects that manage dynamic memory (such as
String) that means the dynamic memory will be released to the system.
I'm currently working on a project involving ESP32 Arduino programming for showing a webpage where users can interact with buttons for activating relays, also I implement an Slider with a short script. Is based on this project: ESP32 Servo Motor Web Server
Works perfectly for my purposes ... except when i try to use the web platform with no internet connection (I use the WiFi ESP32 config.) in my Android phone; I try to use the slider but it doesn't seems to be doing anything, and when i check for my Serial Monitor just looks like im not interacting with the Slider control.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-28 at 00:14
What i am thinking is that when you visited the site on your laptop your browser cached the file so it would still function without internet. On your phone, your browser never had the chance beacuse you have never visited with WIFI. So if you clear your cache on your laptop it will probbably stop functioning.
I program my ESP8266 with a Arduino Uno and this guidance: Programming the ESP8266 With the Arduino IDE in 3 Simple Steps
Wifi connect, Mqtt connect (subscribe, publish, callback) everything works fine and totally like expected.
But after I disconnect the power from the Arduino Board and reconnect to a another V3.3 power source, the ESP8266 behavior is like a complete clean flushed device and nothing happens.
For programming I use this settings (Arduino IDE 1.8.12):
What I am doing wrong here?EDIT
1.) I try two different ESP8266, and 3 different scretches (1. proved working in the past, 2. simple blink sketch, 3. sketch with my code I need)
2.) the program stops immediately after disconnecting CH_PD from 3.3V
3.) I update the esp8266 board package to the newest version 2.6.3...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-11 at 18:15
The main issue here is my bad documentation. After a long time, I found the solution again here: Easiest ESP8266 Tutorial (Using arduino). Like the first time two years ago. In conclusion, I forgot to disconnect GPIO0 from GND after programming.
The correct way after programming is:
- disconnect arduino
- disconnect gpio0 from gnd
- connect power to esp8266
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