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Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 22 Sep 2017, 19:53
von ski7777
PHabermehl hat geschrieben:Toppp !!!!

Hoffe, Du hast auch gleich ne Doku gemacht :-)

Gruß
Peter
Tatsächlich nein :roll: . Aber im Userspace ist es 1:1 ftrobopy

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 22 Sep 2017, 19:55
von PHabermehl
Sehr gut... Ich habe morgen ein Hühnchen mit dir zu rupfen :mrgreen:

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 22 Sep 2017, 20:43
von PHabermehl
Sry, doppelt gepostet

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 28 Sep 2017, 16:28
von ski7777
fttxpy gibt es nach meinem Urlaub

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 29 Sep 2017, 20:57
von PHabermehl
weekly build for wk1739 available:

https://github.com/ftCommunity/ftcommun ... 20170929-2


just a minor update, only noticeable change is a layout change to the TouchAuxiliary.py internal keyboard (used in some apps)...

Oh, and Richard just told me how to rotate the screen to landscape orientation:
Log into your TXT using ssh. Then

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sudo nano /etc/default/launcher
and enter the desired screen rotation (0/90/180/270)

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SCREEN_ROTATION=xx
Save the file and restart the launcher by issueing

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sudo /etc/init.d/S90launcher restart
Thanks, Richard!
cfw_landscape01.jpg
cfw_landscape02.jpg
cfw_landscape03.jpg
PS. looks like startIDE is the first app to have a dedicated screen layout for both portrait and landscape screens :mrgreen:
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Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 30 Sep 2017, 22:05
von PHabermehl
Please be aware that the landscape oriented on-screen keyboard is NOT contained in yesterday's build. It will be part of the next weekly build.

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 06 Okt 2017, 11:28
von PHabermehl
weekly build for wk1740 available at[/b]

https://github.com/ftCommunity/ftcommun ... t-20171005

Big news behind a small icon:
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Use the Display config to calibrate your touchscreen or to rotate the display:
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Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 27 Okt 2017, 00:00
von PHabermehl
weekly build for wk1743 available @ https://github.com/ftCommunity/ftcommun ... t-20171026

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 03 Nov 2017, 17:23
von PHabermehl
weekly build for wk1744 available @ https://github.com/ftCommunity/ftcommun ... t-20171103

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 22 Nov 2017, 10:36
von hvn
Nice to see that the development continues. Question though: since the installation of 0.9.3 on 1 of my TXT's, the motors and taking images aren't working anymore. On my other TXT with 0.9.2-4, everything runs nice. Since I don't like downgrading cfw, which 0.9.4 version should I take as it's not branded as stable?

hvn

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 22 Nov 2017, 10:41
von PHabermehl
Hello Huub,
What do you mean by "the Motors aren't working anymore?" I'm quite surprised because we never had any complaints. Even my Models at Dreiech ran with 0.9.3, so both, camera and motors are known to work... What exactly do you do?
Kind regards
Peter

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 22 Nov 2017, 10:49
von hvn
My problem is that the code I use for running my walking model works great on the default fw, but not on the cfw. I've checked using an oscilloscope, but there's no signal at all coming from the motor outputs when the cfw runs. With the camera, I know both controller and camera work on the default fw but there's no image grabbed on the cfw: pic = txt.getCameraFrame() comes back empty with both ft-cameras. I've mentioned this in a different thread some time ago but got no response yet.

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 23 Nov 2017, 12:50
von richard.kunze
Hello Huub,
hvn hat geschrieben:My problem is that the code I use for running my walking model works great on the default fw, but not on the cfw. I've checked using an oscilloscope, but there's no signal at all coming from the motor outputs when the cfw runs.
How do you initialize ftrobopy? I'm guessing that you use something like

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txt = ftrobopy.ftrobopy("localhost", 65000)
If yes: Change this to

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txt = ftrobopy.ftrobopy("auto")
to make it work with cfw 0.9.3 and up.

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 23 Nov 2017, 20:29
von Torsten
Hi Huub,
hvn hat geschrieben:[...]there's no image grabbed on the cfw: pic = txt.getCameraFrame() comes back empty with both ft-cameras. I've mentioned this in a different thread some time ago but got no response yet.
- when running the cfw the ft-GUI has to be started before any ftrobopy camera function (startCameraOnline, stopCameraOnline, getCameraFrame) can be used.

- ftrobopy camera functions and openCV camera functions cannot be used at the same time

If you stick to these rules, camera I/O works fine in the cfw. I never had any problems there, neither in the 0.9.3. nor in the 0.9.4 version of the cfw.

Best wishes,
Torsten

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 29 Nov 2017, 11:01
von hvn
Torsten hat geschrieben: - when running the cfw the ft-GUI has to be started before any ftrobopy camera function (startCameraOnline, stopCameraOnline, getCameraFrame) can be used.
Now both camera functions and the motors work again, when the ft-GUI shows on the display. But this is not how it works on my other TXT running 0.9.2-x: I can just run it no matter which GUI shows. So has this indeed changed since?

hvn

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 29 Nov 2017, 14:19
von ski7777
From 0.9.2 to 0.9.3 we disabled the ft-gui background service.

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 02 Dez 2017, 23:10
von PHabermehl
Weekly build for wk1748 available here:

https://github.com/ftCommunity/ftcommun ... t-20171202

Most important part of the update is the removal of some unused stuff to save on memory.

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 15 Dez 2017, 20:56
von PHabermehl

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 16 Dez 2017, 22:40
von chehr
Hi Peter,
vielen Dank für deine Arbeit.
Gruß
Christian

Re: CFW weekly builds

Verfasst: 21 Dez 2017, 22:36
von PHabermehl
Weekly build for Wk1751:

https://github.com/ftCommunity/ftcommun ... t-20171221

New:
ftduino supported as I/O extension via ftduino_direct.py

ftduino info: https://github.com/harbaum/ftduino/
ftduino_direct: https://github.com/PeterDHabermehl/ftduino_direct (the python module is now part of the cfw, you just have to flash ftduino_direct.ino to your ftduino)