Thankyou @fisherba thankyou!!!. I got the Xbee SB6 wifi communicating to data.envirodiy.org
I’ve cloned locally github.com/EnviroDIY/ModularSensors
then set to develop
Starting up platformIO I opened the folder Arduinoenv02nanolevel
in platformio.ini I set…[Read more]
Neil, for the develop branch I would point to a specific commit. The current commit in develop tonight is located here:
For my platformio.ini file’s lib deps, I would point to with the…[Read more]
Just wondering if I should be able to build from the develop or whether there are dependencies that make it too complex.
If I need to just wait until it gets to master – then thats OK as well, but if its useful;
Thanks for the status 🙂 very much appreciate its a a work in progress – sometimes it just figuring it out. Its great to have it visible on github and to get pointers.
For software stability, testing is everything, and the options for boards and modems are a matrix.
For the record using the Xbee WiFi S6 hybrid, the current master branch as of…[Read more]
My 2-cents on which branch to use is that the *model* structure is that end users work from the master branch. @neilh20 might be overqualified as an end user, so if future readers show up on this thread for help, they may be mislead by the notion that develop is the better branch.
But the Modular branches have been so very active in development…[Read more]
Up to you whether you want to work with the develop or master branch. They are currently **not** compatible with each-other though, so if you’re flipping back and forth, you’ll need to adjust your code each time to match up. I think all the changes are in the modem structure.
I don’t know if the May code is compatible with the current master or…[Read more]
Ok thanks – great eye – I caught a couple of spaces when I pasted it in, but the last GUID was later
Now I am posting and getting 201 back.
So a question -if I’m going to submit updates – should I be working of the master branch or the develop branch?
currently I have library from May 24th update of…[Read more]
It looks like you mis-typed the last GUID’s; you put a space on the end of it. The parser doesn’t expect a space inside of the GUID, so it fails. The error is at character 333, which is the guilty space.
Got Xbee Sleep access fixed.
I’m now communicating to the Xbee Wifi and getting NIST time.
Looks like an error on post.
Fixed the Xbee Sleep access;
bool heldOnOff::off(void)…[Read more]
I did start with Mayfly setup:
const char *wifiId = “MyGuest”; // The WiFi access point, unnecessary for gprs
const char *wifiPwd = “”; // The password for connecting to WiFi, unnecessary for gprs
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