Official Release 20120903 Open Source Compiler

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Re: Official Release 20120903 Open Source Compiler

Post by majenko » Fri Jan 17, 2014 11:43 am

You won't see any COM ports that are in use by other applications. Make sure that there is nothing else using COM9.
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Re: Official Release 20120903 Open Source Compiler

Post by YOBE. » Sat Jan 18, 2014 4:21 am

Hello,

yes I know this. All applications are closed.

When I open version 201209 I can see the COM9 port. When I open 20131118 I can not see COM9!!

After further analyze I remember that some while ago I upgraded teh rxtxSerial.dll file due to a problem with my USB-Bluetooth dongle. I use it to communicate with the Chipkit true HC05. On internet I found the upgrade .dll file to solve the issue.

I have now copied the .dll file to 20131118-test and now I see my COM9 port again :D :D :D :D
So the problem was a different rxtxSerial.dll file.

Perhaps could be good to integrate this in the test version ;) ;)

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Re: Official Release 20120903 Open Source Compiler

Post by majenko » Sat Jan 18, 2014 11:47 am

Or just switch to UECIDE which doesn't use rxtx at all and works with bluetooth out of the box...
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Re: Official Release 20120903 Open Source Compiler

Post by Omera » Sat Jan 25, 2014 11:22 am

Thanks for the link; I'll try that work around when I get a chance. In looking through the library files between the two releases they are a bit different. I'm guessing the older one is Microchips and the newer one is the open source compiler.

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Re: Official Release 20120903 Open Source Compiler

Post by laputa » Fri Mar 14, 2014 3:30 am

There has been some good SD lib work to speed things up across the pond.

Has that been brought in?

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Re: Official Release 20120903 Open Source Compiler

Post by Jacob Christ » Sun Mar 16, 2014 8:53 pm

laputa wrote:There has been some good SD lib work to speed things up across the pond.

Has that been brought in?
Can you be more specific and provide a link to what you are referring too?

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