@OldSurferDude I am not sure what the real difference between c/c++ code with the Arduino libraries, and c/c++ code without the Arduino libraries. But I don't think there is much difference. it is still code, and it is possible to add other libraries as well. So if your code needs any libraries, you should be able to include them like you would normally do.
From what I understand, the MySensors hardware abstraction layer for rpi includes an emulated EEPROM. So you can use the Arduino EEPROM stuff if you want to, or just use plain c or c++ code to write to a file.
For nodes, it is possible to force node id by setting MY_NODE_ID. However, a MySensors gateway always has node id 0 so this is not applicable for a gateway. You would not need to write any code that saves and restores the node id.
Thanks to all. It's very strange. I try to test NFR with Uno and PCB regulator (3V3 + capacitor) , It's work with old NRF but when I switch old NRF to Ebyte, it's not working... But I test Ebyte antenna to my gateway and it's working, so it's not broken
@btmerz Your welcome
Just for clarification, is it working with standard Mysensors library, or the one I've pointed to?
I still have some spare LGT8F328P boards, so if the standard library is working with tis board definition, it will help mee too.
@llasking Have a look on the arduino forum or github - I still use the older tmrh library for point-to-point on things made before I changed over to mysensors. There is also a nrf24-lite library as well, but I have never used it.