Code for beta-testing?



  • Hi!

    I'm willing to help you out with beta testing the Raspberry code. 🙂
    I'm interested in MySensors working together with Domoticz ASAP and it may be the first step. 🙂

    Regards



  • @andriej Working with Domoticz would be very nice. Cheap sensors connected wirelessly to arduino, and arduino connected to raspberry pi with domoticz on it - dream.



  • Even more - you can connect nRF24L01 directly to RPi, so even without Arduino gateway! 😉
    But I'm interested in getting any of the three ways to work (1. nRF on RPi, 2. nRF on Arduino Serial, 3. nRF on Arduino Ethernet).



  • @andriej (I guess it the same andriej) suggested that to me, on my github account, after finding my first version of my python gw running on Raspberry with a Andruion connected.I did some quick hack yesterday and manged to get my python gw to send the info from a DHT11->Arduino (nano)->RF24->RF24->Arduino (Uno)->Raspberry to Domoticz using a dummy devices in Domoticz and the json API. Could say that I'm not thrilled by the Domoticz API implemantion or API documentation. For some reason the dummy humdity device doesn't create grapth even if it gets the data.

    d_dash.PNG d_hum.PNG d_temp.PNG

    Anyway so it can be done. Now over to the boring part, This was done on an earlier version (2014-01-17) of the MySensor system. Today when I tried mearge the code to work with the latest version, my DHT connected arduino doesn't send anything. and I can't get it to write to the serial port to figure out what's wrong. Hopfully I will be able to find some time to resolve this during the week/weekend and publish something that could be worked on.

    WB



  • So it's time to start learning python, I guess. 😉
    (I've written some basics scripts ages ago.)

    I'll help whenever I will be able to.

    @wannabee - have you tried starting node with gw.begin(some_number)?



  • @andriej Yes, tested that, Even if the python gw handles to assign RAIDO_ID. Also cleared the EEPROM to be sure it didn't conflict between the versions. The interesting part is that it doens't even write to the serial line. Time to sleep and see if I cand find a few hours on Wednesday to get it working again.



  • Try comment this line: metric = gw.isMetricSystem();



  • @andriej
    Hi, I had problem using the main branch mysensors/Raspberry, that because of the bit-field struct (header_s) in Sensor.h They will get packed in different order on the arduino compared to the RPi (at least with my compiler, gcc). In order to fix this I created the 1.4dev branch. It uses full bytes instead of the bit-fields, but you need (of cause) to compile both the sensors (arduino) and the gateway (RPi) using the 1.4dev branch.

    We need to fix this in the main branch later on (and use the same files as in mysensors/Arduino/libraries/MySensors)



  • @jka I can't (or I don't know how) to compile the 1.4-dev code. I've tried everything I guess.

    $ make RadioGateway
    make -C librf24
    make[1]: Wejście do katalogu `/home/pi/mysensors/Raspberry-1.4dev/librf24'
    g++ -shared -Wl,-soname,librf24.so.1 -Ofast -mfpu=vfp -mfloat-abi=hard -march=armv6zk -mtune=arm1176jzf-s  -o librf24.so.1 compatibility.o gpio.o spi.o RF24.o
    make[1]: Opuszczenie katalogu `/home/pi/mysensors/Raspberry-1.4dev/librf24'
    make -C /home/pi/mysensors/libraries/MySensors
    make[1]: Wejście do katalogu `/home/pi/mysensors/libraries/MySensors'
    make[1]: Nie ma nic do zrobienia w `all'.
    make[1]: Opuszczenie katalogu `/home/pi/mysensors/libraries/MySensors'
    g++ -o RadioGateway RadioGateway.o -Wall -Ofast -mfpu=vfp -DDEBUG -DRPI -mfloat-abi=hard -march=armv6zk -mtune=arm1176jzf-s -I./librf24 -I/home/pi/mysensors/libraries/MySensors /home/pi/mysensors/libraries/MySensors/Gateway.o 			/home/pi/mysensors/libraries/MySensors/Relay.o /home/pi/mysensors/libraries/MySensors/Sensor.o ./librf24/librf24.so.1
    RadioGateway.o: In function `main':
    /home/pi/mysensors/Raspberry-1.4dev/RadioGateway.cpp:103: undefined reference to `Gateway::begin(unsigned char)'
    collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
    make: *** [RadioGateway] Błąd 1
    pi@domoticzpi ~/mysensors/Raspberry-1.4dev $


  • @andriej
    OK, there where a few glitches in the Makefile, you can update it now.



  • @jka
    I seem to have new problem then, guess it's with g++?

    pi@domoticzpi ~/mysensors/Raspberry $ make
    make -C librf24
    make[1]: Wejście do katalogu `/home/pi/mysensors/Raspberry/librf24'
    g++ -Wall -fPIC -Ofast -mfpu=vfp -mfloat-abi=hard -march=armv6zk -mtune=arm1176jzf-s -c RF24.cpp
    In file included from /usr/include/unistd.h:203:0,
                 from spi.h:13,
                 from RF24_config.h:23,
                 from RF24.cpp:10:
    /usr/include/arm-linux-gnueabihf/bits/posix_opt.h:131:3: error: #error "Never use <bits/syscall.h> directly; include <sys/syscall.h> instead."
    /usr/include/arm-linux-gnueabihf/bits/posix_opt.h:20:0: error: unterminated #ifndef
    In file included from RF24.cpp:11:0:
    RF24.h: In constructor ‘RF24::RF24(std::string, uint32_t, uint8_t)’:
    RF24.h:52:12: warning: ‘RF24::spispeed’ will be initialized after [-Wreorder]
    RF24.h:50:11: warning:   ‘uint8_t RF24::ce_pin’ [-Wreorder]
    RF24.cpp:241:1: warning:   when initialized here [-Wreorder]
    make[1]: *** [RF24.o] Błąd 1
    make[1]: Opuszczenie katalogu `/home/pi/mysensors/Raspberry/librf24'
    make: *** [RF24] Błąd 2
    pi@domoticzpi ~/mysensors/Raspberry $


  • dont know if this should be on new subject but spare me this one

    i recompiled both arduino and rpi part with 1.4 branch

    but i get on the RPi side CRC errors

    Starting Gateway...
    Sensor-1Gateway created...
    SPI device = /dev/spidev0.0
    SPI speed = 8000000
    CE GPIO = 25
    STATUS = 0x0e RX_DR=0 TX_DS=0 MAX_RT=0 RX_P_NO=7 TX_FULL=0
    RX_ADDR_P0-1 \0 = 0xabcdabc000 0xabcdabc000
    RX_ADDR_P2-5 \0 = 0xff 0xc4 0xc5 0xc6
    TX_ADDR = 0xabcdabc000
    RX_PW_P0-6 \0 = 0x20 0x20 0x20 0x00 0x00 0x00
    EN_AA = 0x3f
    EN_RXADDR \0 = 0x07
    RF_CH = 0x4c
    RF_SETUP \0 = 0x07
    CONFIG = 0x0f
    DYNPD/FEATURE \0 = 0x3f 0x04
    Data Rate = 1MBPS
    Model = nRF24L01+
    CRC Length = 16 bits
    PA Power = PA_MAX
    Radio setup complete-0;0;4;11;Arduino startup complete.
    Begin called
    Dynamic payload size=12
    Received: from=9, to=0, childId=255, mtype=0, type=17, crc=47, '1.4'
    Message crc error.
    header.type=17, header.to=0, radioId=0
    Dynamic payload size=10
    Received: from=9, to=0, childId=255, mtype=4, type=7, crc=115, '0'
    Message crc error.
    header.type=7, header.to=0, radioId=0
    Dynamic payload size=12
    Received: from=9, to=0, childId=0, mtype=0, type=7, crc=15, '1.4'
    Message crc error.
    header.type=7, header.to=0, radioId=0
    Dynamic payload size=12
    Received: from=9, to=0, childId=1, mtype=0, type=6, crc=187, '1.4'
    Message crc error.
    header.type=6, header.to=0, radioId=0
    Dynamic payload size=13
    Received: from=9, to=0, childId=1, mtype=1, type=0, crc=228, '20.5'
    Message crc error.
    header.type=0, header.to=0, radioId=0
    Dynamic payload size=13
    Received: from=9, to=0, childId=0, mtype=1, type=1, crc=118, '50.3'
    Message crc error.

    while on the arduino just the failed send

    Started sensor.
    Relay=0, distance=1
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=9,to=0,la=9,ne=0,ci=255,mt=0,ty=17,cr=47: 1.4
    Send failed.
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=9,to=0,la=9,ne=0,ci=255,mt=4,ty=7,cr=115: 0
    Send failed.
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=9,to=0,la=9,ne=0,ci=0,mt=0,ty=7,cr=15: 1.4
    Send failed.
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=9,to=0,la=9,ne=0,ci=1,mt=0,ty=6,cr=187: 1.4
    Send failed.
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=9,to=0,la=9,ne=0,ci=1,mt=1,ty=0,cr=228: 20.5
    Send failed.
    T: 20.50
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=9,to=0,la=9,ne=0,ci=0,mt=1,ty=1,cr=118: 50.3
    Send failed.
    H: 50.30
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=9,to=0,la=9,ne=0,ci=1,mt=1,ty=0,cr=195: 20.6
    Send failed.
    T: 20.60
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=9,to=0,la=9,ne=0,ci=0,mt=1,ty=1,cr=81: 50.0
    Send failed.
    H: 50.00

    also changed the Data Rate = 1MBPS on arduino to match the RPI preet

    any ideas?

    thanx a mil


  • Admin

    You are experiencing the problem @jka describes above. When the message header bitfield is packed (by the compiler) if differs on the Arduino and RPI which result in garbled header and CRC-check-errors.

    We have to introduce our own bit manupilation when adding/extracting stuff from the (bit-field)-header to overcome this cross platform problems.



  • @hek ooooooh, I thought it was already done in the 1.4 branch... Silly me.

    Thanx


  • Admin

    You could do like @jka did and modify header to only use full bytes for all fields temporarily (on the sensor side as well). This way you will be able to communicate until we fix the problem properly.



  • please excuse the frivolity

    u mean like this both on arduino and Pi?

    // The message structure
    typedef struct {
    unsigned char crc; // uint8_t crc; // 8 bits crc
    unsigned char version; // (3 bits) protocol version
    unsigned char binary; // (1 bit). Data is binary and should be encoded when sent to sensor net gateway
    unsigned char from; // 8 bits. RadioId of sender node
    unsigned char to; // 8 bits. RadioId of destination node
    unsigned char last; // 8 bits. RadioId of last node this message passed
    unsigned char childId; // 8 bits. Up to MAX_CHILD_DEVICES child sensors per radioId
    unsigned char messageType; // (4 bits). Type of message. See messageType
    unsigned char type; // 8 bits. variableType or deviceType depending on messageType
    } header_s;


  • Admin

    @Bmlsx
    Yes. 🙂



  • @andriej and @jendrush, I commited some code to my repository for the python gateway with half (oneway) Domoticz integration. It also support Openhab, The Openhab integarion is what I think I will integarate for my self and continue to develop. Domoticz needs provide a proper API that I can use without spending a lot of time trying to figure out how it works. My code is at https://github.com/wbcode/ham. You can try it out if you want. The installation part and configuration is missing a lot of instructions.

    Will create my own thread for my gateway code when I have a name for it and I have spent the time to do a proper update to the wiki and better a presenation on what you cand do.

    Please note that iit's not a full replacment for a Vera and it's my first time codeing python...



  • @hek

    hi there,

    nagging time ...did all that (unsigned char on both ends arduino and rpi) but all i get in my rpi is below

    any ideas?!!

    thanx
    G

    Starting Gateway...
    Sensor-1Gateway created...
    SPI device = /dev/spidev0.0
    SPI speed = 8000000
    CE GPIO = 25
    STATUS = 0x0e RX_DR=0 TX_DS=0 MAX_RT=0 RX_P_NO=7 TX_FULL=0
    RX_ADDR_P0-1 \0 = 0xe7e7e7e7e7 0xc2c2c2c2c2
    RX_ADDR_P2-5 \0 = 0xff 0xc4 0xc5 0xc6
    TX_ADDR = 0xe7e7e7e7e7
    RX_PW_P0-6 \0 = 0x00 0x00 0x20 0x00 0x00 0x00
    EN_AA = 0x3f
    EN_RXADDR \0 = 0x07
    RF_CH = 0x4c
    RF_SETUP \0 = 0x07
    CONFIG = 0x0c
    DYNPD/FEATURE \0 = 0x3f 0x04
    Data Rate = 1MBPS
    Model = nRF24L01+
    CRC Length = 16 bits
    PA Power = PA_MAX
    Radio setup complete-0;0;4;11;Arduino startup complete.
    Begin called
    Dynamic payload size=11
    Received: from=16, to=18, childId=0, mtype=50, type=49, crc=120, '.7'
    Message crc error.
    header.type=49, header.to=18, radioId=0
    Dynamic payload size=11
    Received: from=16, to=2, childId=1, mtype=54, type=53, crc=231, '.2'
    Message crc error.
    header.type=53, header.to=2, radioId=0



  • Hi there again

    A quick question @jka I used the 1.4 branch on both arduino and rpi and all I get o rpi are messed up messages with crc errors, can u point me a direction on what I do wrong?

    Thanx
    G



  • Can anyone pls help on this ...I'm about to eat the raspberry


  • Admin

    Sorry, I don't know why you are experiencing problem. We will soon have a look at the RPI stuff again and make a usable version.
    The last week all our mysensors-time has been spend on server infrastructure (prod/stage environment etc) to prepare for the new services.
    Getting this right took more time that we initially anticipated.

    In the meantime. Anyone having a good low footprint node-database-candidate for storing sensor data in the RPI?
    The purpose is having a local backup of all historic data and to keep a record of which data has been sent to cloud-service.
    There won't be much local querying, mostly storing.

    Right now I'm considering:
    NeDB/NEDBLogger (https://github.com/louischatriot/nedb)
    Levelup/Leveldb (https://github.com/rvagg/node-levelup)


  • Code Contributor

    The "Message crc error." is a bit misleading. The code in the validate() routine actually checks the crc as well as the protocol version. Looking at the Arduino and the RPi 1.4 branch the versions don't match. I've adjusted the library and protocol version in the Sensor.h file on the Rpi to:

    LIBRARY_VERSION "1.4"
    PROTOCOL_VERSION 2

    and the crc error disappeared.

    While changing the data rate from 2M to 1M in line 30 of the Arduino Sensor.cpp, I had to fix a syntax error to recompile successfully in line 361: a missing "}" to close the do/while. The full line should be "} while (--retry);"

    With these two fixed the RPi and the Arduino now communicate - but I get a lot of "Send failed" messages on the Arduino and a lot of "Error looking up radioIds" on the RPi now:

    RPi output:
    Received: from=255, to=0, childId=255, mtype=4, type=5, crc=139, ''
    139, 2, 0, 255, 0, 255, 255, 4, 5
    Message crc ok.
    header.type=5, header.to=0, radioId=0
    Got message
    Message type: 4
    msgTypeId=4 int=4
    Error looking up radioIds
    ...and so on...

    Android in DEBUG mode:
    Started sensor.
    Relay=0, distance=1
    No radio id found in EEPROM fetching one from sensor net gateway
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=255,to=0,la=255,ne=0,ci=255,mt=4,ty=5,cr=139:
    Send failed.
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=255,to=0,la=255,ne=0,ci=255,mt=4,ty=5,cr=139:
    Send failed.
    ...and so on...


  • Code Contributor

    Changing the mongo database URL in the dbDetails,js file
    from:
    mongodb://mysensors:27017/pi
    to:
    mongodb://localhost:27017/mysensors

    fixed the "Error looking up radioIdo" issue on the RPi. Now the Rpi generates a new radioId but the attempt to send this to the Arduino fails:

    RPi output:
    Received: from=255, to=0, childId=255, mtype=4, type=5, crc=139, ''
    139, 2, 0, 255, 0, 255, 255, 4, 5
    Message crc ok.
    header.type=5, header.to=0, radioId=0
    Got message
    Message type: 4
    msgTypeId=4 int=4
    Sending data 255;255;4;5;1
    Writing back messageWe have input
    Nread=14
    INP:255;255;4;5;1
    .
    INGOT radioId=255, childId=255, messageType=4, type=5, value=1
    Sending data to GATEWAYRelaying message back to gateway.
    Sending: from=0, to=255, childId=255, mtype=4, type=5, crc=193, '1
    ', sent via 0
    193, 2, 0, 0, 255, 0, 255, 4, 5
    radioId: Inserted id=1
    Send failed. No ack received.
    Sent to JS
    Dynamic payload size=9



  • @ToSa thank you ...u saved my rpi;)


  • Code Contributor

    @BMLSX - probably rather saved your stomach - eating the raspberry sounds noxious 🙂

    I got one step further (maybe) - the Arduino now receives the radioId... looking at the log from the RPi above I stumbled over the RPi sending the data to the gateway ??? the RPi is the gateway !!! Comparing the code to the SerialGateway which seems to work for a lot of folks I found that the sendData() function is missing in the Relay.cpp code used for the RPi. Once that procedure is in place the RPi actually submits the new radioId to the sensor:

    RPi : now "sent via 255" instead of "sent via 0"
    Dynamic payload size=9
    Received: from=255, to=0, childId=255, mtype=4, type=5, crc=65, ''
    Message crc ok.
    header.type=5, header.to=0, radioId=0
    Got message
    Message type: 4
    Writing back message
    msgTypeId=4 int=4
    Sending data 255;255;4;5;1
    We have input
    Nread=14
    INP:255;255;4;5;1
    .
    INGOT radioId=255, childId=255, messageType=4, type=5, value=1
    Sending data to GATEWAY
    No route... try sending direct.
    Sending: from=0, to=255, childId=255, mtype=4, type=5, crc=11, '1
    ', sent via 255
    radioId: Inserted id=1
    Send failed. No ack received.
    Sent to JS

    Arduino
    Started sensor.
    Open ping reading pipe: 255
    Tx: fr=255,to=255,la=255,ne=255,ci=255,mt=4,ty=9,cr=235:
    Message available on pipe 1
    Rx: fr=0,to=255,la=0,ci=255,mt=4,t=10,cr=106(ok): 0
    Message addressed for this node.
    Using relay 0. Distance is 0
    Relay=0, distance=1
    No radio id found in EEPROM fetching one from sensor net gateway
    TH: get: n=0,c=255,st=4,rt=4,vt=5
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=255,to=0,la=255,ne=0,ci=255,mt=4,ty=5,cr=65:
    Ack: receive timeout
    Message available on pipe 1
    Sent ack msg to 0
    Rx: fr=0,to=255,la=0,ci=255,mt=4,t=5,cr=11(ok): 1

    Message addressed for this node.
    Radio id received: 1
    Radio id stored in EEPROM was: 1
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=1,to=0,la=1,ne=0,ci=255,mt=0,ty=17,cr=17: 1.3b3 (7afb55c)
    Ack: receive timeout
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=1,to=0,la=1,ne=0,ci=255,mt=4,ty=7,cr=176: 0
    Ack: receive timeout
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=1,to=0,la=1,ne=0,ci=255,mt=4,ty=14,cr=21: Temperature Sensor
    Ack: receive timeout
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=1,to=0,la=1,ne=0,ci=255,mt=4,ty=15,cr=13: 1.0
    Ack: receive timeout
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=1,to=0,la=1,ne=0,ci=0,mt=0,ty=6,cr=99: 1.3b3 (7afb55c)
    Ack: receive timeout
    TH: get: n=0,c=255,st=4,rt=4,vt=13
    Relaying message back to gateway.
    Tx: fr=1,to=0,la=1,ne=0,ci=255,mt=4,ty=13,cr=200:
    Ack: receive timeout

    I'm still not sure if the missing ACK for the majority of the messages is by purpose or by accident... would be relatively easy to fix by either not waiting for an ACK for all messages or by always sending an ACK - but I don't want to mess with this code without knowing why it was implemented this way.


  • Code Contributor

    RPi and Arduino now talk to each other, the Arduino receives the radioId from the Rpi and stores it in the EEPROM and the Arduino presents itself to the network. I still see some timing issues (ACKs too late / replies too early while the other end is still waiting for an ACK / ...) but in general it works.
    To get there I forked both the Arduino and the RPi project and tried to get to the latest and greatest code by merging some of the branches (mainly master and 1.4dev)... When I ran into additional issues due to the RPi code not getting the latest updates and bug fixes available in the Arduino project, I decided to merge across the two and ended up with a common set of RF files: a common codebase for RF24 as well as Sensor/Relay/Gateway. If any of this is of interest for themain development then please let me know and I'll create a pull request.

    What I did in detail:

    Arduino:

    • started new branch tosa-dev based on latest master branch
    • adjusted the message header to use full bytes as mentioned earlier in this thread
    • no need to merge the 1.4dev branch as the message header was essentially the only remaining relevant change in there
    • no need to merge other branches as the majority of these were already merged back into master

    Raspberry:

    • started new branch tosa-dev based on latest master branch
    • merged the 1.4dev branch into tosa-dev
    • a couple of minor tweaks (mongoDb URL / start and stop scripts / data rate / ... majority listed earlier in this thread)

    When I found the missing Relay::sendData() routine I decided to stop tweaking bit by bit and instead looked at what it would take to use the more advanced Arduino code for RF24 and Sensor/Relay/Gateway for the RPi as well. Based on comments in the forum this seems to work for several people using a SerialGateway or EthernetGateway so my expectation was to find well maintained code there avoiding some of the low level communication issues I ran into so far with the RPi code. This code is available in a separate branch "tosa-dev-commonrf" for both Arduino and Raspberry.

    The code is not perfect yet but it works. I'm not a GIT expert but as far as I can tell the fork is public and everybody should be able to see it:
    https://github.com/ToSa27/Raspberry/tree/tosa-dev-commonrf
    https://github.com/ToSa27/Arduino/tree/tosa-dev-commonrf

    Again: happy to create pull requests if you want to use this setup as part of the master branch at some point. The main reason for me to do this is to get a solid foundation to start working on the OTA update code...


  • Admin

    Great.

    I'm working on breaking out the message part from Sensor.cpp into a new class and make it more platform independent (c++ bit fields is not good) . This will help when we port code from Arduino to RPI.



  • How the work is going?



  • @ToSa How is your system working ? Are you still using the code you cahnged on your sensors and rPI ? Is it working acceptable ?



  • @ToSa i tried compiling your code but it fails on the RPi with allot of errors :

    pi@raspberrypi ~/Raspberry $ make
    make -C librf24
    make[1]: Entering directory /home/pi/Raspberry/librf24' g++ -Wall -fPIC -Ofast -mfpu=vfp -mfloat-abi=hard -march=armv6zk -mtune=arm1176jzf-s -c RF24.cpp RF24.h: In constructor ‘RF24::RF24(std::string, uint32_t, uint8_t)’: RF24.h:65:12: warning: ‘RF24::spispeed’ will be initialized after [-Wreorder] RF24.h:53:11: warning: ‘uint8_t RF24::ce_pin’ [-Wreorder] RF24.cpp:258:1: warning: when initialized here [-Wreorder] g++ -shared -Wl,-soname,librf24.so.1 -Ofast -mfpu=vfp -mfloat-abi=hard -march=armv6zk -mtune=arm1176jzf-s -o librf24.so.1 compatibility.o gpio.o spi.o RF24.o make[1]: Leaving directory/home/pi/Raspberry/librf24'
    g++ -c -g -o Gateway.o Gateway.cpp -Wall -Ofast -mfpu=vfp -DDEBUG -DRPI -mfloat-abi=hard -march=armv6zk -mtune=arm1176jzf-s -I/home/pi/RF24/RPi/RF24/
    In file included from Sensor.h:15:0,
    from Relay.h:15,
    from Gateway.h:15,
    from Gateway.cpp:12:
    Config.h:15:0: warning: "DEBUG" redefined [enabled by default]
    <command-line>:0:0: note: this is the location of the previous definition
    In file included from Relay.h:15:0,
    from Gateway.h:15,
    from Gateway.cpp:12:
    Sensor.h:154:16: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘_spidevice’
    In file included from Gateway.h:15:0,
    from Gateway.cpp:12:
    Relay.h:43:16: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘_spidevice’
    In file included from Gateway.cpp:12:0:
    Gateway.h:47:18: error: expected ‘)’ before ‘_spidevice’
    Gateway.cpp:34:1: error: prototype for ‘Gateway::Gateway(std::string, uint32_t, uint8_t, uint8_t)’ does not match any in class ‘Gateway’
    Gateway.h:24:7: error: candidates are: Gateway::Gateway(const Gateway&)
    Gateway.h:24:7: error: Gateway::Gateway()
    Gateway.cpp: In member function ‘void Gateway::begin(rf24_pa_dbm_e, uint8_t, rf24_datarate_e, void ()(char))’:
    Gateway.cpp:62:18: error: ‘OUTPUT’ was not declared in this scope
    Gateway.cpp:62:24: error: ‘pinMode’ was not declared in this scope
    Gateway.cpp:65:26: error: ‘digitalWrite’ was not declared in this scope
    Gateway.cpp:70:25: error: ‘INPUT’ was not declared in this scope
    Gateway.cpp:86:53: error: ‘PSTR’ was not declared in this scope
    Gateway.cpp: In member function ‘void Gateway::checkButtonTriggeredInclusion()’:
    Gateway.cpp:104:59: error: ‘PSTR’ was not declared in this scope
    Gateway.cpp: In member function ‘void Gateway::parseAndSend(char*)’:
    Gateway.cpp:161:35: error: ‘PSTR’ was not declared in this scope
    Gateway.cpp: In member function ‘void Gateway::setInclusionMode(boolean)’:
    Gateway.cpp:181:33: error: ‘PSTR’ was not declared in this scope
    Gateway.cpp: In member function ‘void Gateway::serial(message_s)’:
    Gateway.cpp:236:33: error: ‘PSTR’ was not declared in this scope
    Gateway.cpp: In member function ‘void Gateway::ledTimersInterrupt()’:
    Gateway.cpp:243:28: error: ‘digitalWrite’ was not declared in this scope
    Gateway.cpp:246:30: error: ‘digitalWrite’ was not declared in this scope
    Gateway.cpp:252:28: error: ‘digitalWrite’ was not declared in this scope
    Gateway.cpp:255:30: error: ‘digitalWrite’ was not declared in this scope
    Gateway.cpp:262:28: error: ‘digitalWrite’ was not declared in this scope
    Gateway.cpp:265:30: error: ‘digitalWrite’ was not declared in this scope
    make: *** [Gateway.o] Error 1



  • @donnib I got the same error. Checked out the 1.4dev branch instead and got it working.


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    @donnib - I didn't continue this way but instead started using node-js based controller code that connects to a standard Ethernet gateway. @hek merged the code about two weeks ago. I will provide a tutorial on how to set it up from scratch shortly...


 

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