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Wilberforce

Member since Feb 2016 • Last active Oct 2017
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  • in ESP8266
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    Your code above is not like the client here - the port is passed as an option

    http://www.espruino.com/ws

    The client assumes there is a server on that ip and port - what do you have running as a server?

  • in Other Boards
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    If you take out the print it would probably keep up- you could add am1 sec timeout and print the value of step there rather than every time it changes.

    The uart output is your bottleneck here.

  • in ESP8266
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    It appears to me that the qio is documented here already?

    http://www.espruino.com/ESP8266_Flashing­

    Perhaps the initial page on the esp8266 docs could contain flashing info?

  • in ESP32
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    It's the esp32 port so the blocksize is 4096.

  • in General
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    @gordon

    But yes, I still have the VX220 - although with everything else going on I swapped the engine back to a standard one so it gets a bit more use now :)

    I have a lotus Elise - which is the basis of the chassis for the vx220. Your challenge now is to retain now that you have kids! I have 2 kids and have been juggling with a 2 seater car for the last 16 years (age of eldest)

  • in ESP32
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    Hi @JumJum
    Well at least it is progress of sorts. Which ever way you go, it would be great to capture what you have learnt, so we can get back to this point later...

    So, perhaps start a new branch esp32-ble and put the espruino changes under that, and also a new branch under espruino build tools with the same name, that will capture the partition changes and sdkconfig changes.

    I can get this all working with Travis if you like - then if we want to return to this point, or someone else want to pick up the gauntlet, we have a starting point.

    I think the bluedroid libraries might be quite large - but at the end of the day there is plenty of flash, it's the ram there the issue.

    It would be great to get it working, as a ble to wifi bridge would be awesome.

    Contact me on gitter if you would like some help.

  • in ESP32
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    Rather than using serial, you can use http to update the flash.

    You can do an http request and then write the output to fs, you could host the file on your local computer, it out the file in github or gist.

  • in Interfacing
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    It uses an spi interface, the data sheet is here

    https://www.waveshare.com/w/upload/d/d8/­2.7inch-e-paper-b-specification.pdf

    This lists the commands - there might be a similar display in the modules currently supported - or you could try to write a specific module for this board.

  • in General
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    var r = url.parse(req.url, true);

    As req.url is passed to url.parse, and not just req there is no way of determining the url.method.

  • in ESP8266
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    After flashing, on windows 10, I have found that you need to unplug the USB cable and then plug it in again.

    Then you will be able to connect with the ide or putty.

    It is only after a new flash that you have this suitation.

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