Next week we also have to stay at home in the Netherlands because of the Corona virus. So I have some time left.
Maybe I can share some of my experiences abot SLI -programming with some other fischertechnik hobbyists.
If some fischertechnik fans are interested, I can organize and set up a small online course on the basics of SLI programming.
How: some interactif distance learn meetings, frequency and when depends on the participators.
First I like to know if there are people who like the idea and are willing to participate?
My idea for the content:
-) Setting up Eclipse
-) Installing the example workspace about SLI for the GitHub
-) Installing and setting up the "Linaro-7.2.1-2017.11" tool chain
-) Installing and connecting FileZila
-) Installing and connecting Putty
-) What is RoboPro expecting from the C/C++ SLI code
-) How is the C/C++ function communicating in RobPro.
-) How to use a SLI in RoboPro
-) Understanding, compiling, installing and testing TxtSharedLibraryInterfaceDemo (01)
-) What is the TA, were to find/how to read the documentation.
-) Setting up the output for tracing the progressing of your programming (SPDLOG, stout, sterr)
console and file.
- you have basic knowledge about C/C++ programming and working with classes.
- you have a TXT with firmware 4.6.6 and two encoder motors, switch
- You have RoboPro 4.6.6 installed and working.
- A laptop/PC with Windows 8 or 10 and an Internet connection.
Language: English or Dutch.