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ESP Easy Releases

#1 Post by Martinus » 09 Sep 2015, 10:13

R18 is available for download.
Issues with special characters in SSID, WPA, password, etc are fixed in this release.

Please take the download zipfile from sourceforge as we're currently migrating the ESP Easy code tree to github. (and github is not up-to-date yet)

https://sourceforge.net/projects/espeasy/files

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#2 Post by Mediacj » 09 Sep 2015, 13:41

Thanks but it isn't a complete distribution, the libraries are missing and compiling gives a lot of declaration errors when you place them in the espeasy folder under Arduino.

Got it working now by leaving the files in its unpacked directory with the libraries of the R17 release under Arduino/libraries. The declaration errors was because I didn't use capitals in the ESPeasy folder name.

Edit: the passwords troubles are gone I can change the config tab now without getting %23 in my password field for a # :)
Edit2: I see that there is a new file now with the libraries added problem solved, thanks!

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#3 Post by Martinus » 13 Sep 2015, 18:01

R20 is available for download
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Changed factory reset, first wipe entire eeprom size to zeros
Added option to do a factory reset by connecting RX and TX pins during boot
Added a help button on the device page that leads to the device specific page on our Wiki
Preliminary support for deep_sleep
Added support for the HC-SR04 Ultrasonic distance sensor
Input switch can now be set to send switch state or dimvalue
Other minor internal changes

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#4 Post by Martinus » 25 Sep 2015, 14:49

R22 is available on github: https://github.com/ESP8266nu/ESPEasy

From the outside there are no important changes, but we had to change a lot of code to reduce the RAM load and be better prepared for additional device plugins. If you like living on the edge, you can download it from github and give it a try.

If you load this firmware version, all settings will be wiped and SPIFFS (Flash filesystem) will be used for settings.

IMPORTANT: At first boot, It can take up to a minute to do formatting and stuff, so please be patient...
Do not unplug power or reset too soon if nothing seems to happen...


Also important: This version will not run on IDE stable package, because it does not have SPIFFS support

Please use this version, which is also used for development:
Tutorial_Arduino_IDE2.png
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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#5 Post by Martinus » 26 Sep 2015, 12:59

R23 is available on github. It has some css support to change the skin by uploading a esp.css file.

Sample css file can be found here:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/588 ... SP/esp.css

Upload this file to the ESP and the skin should change immediately.

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#6 Post by BertB » 26 Sep 2015, 14:56

Ziet er goed uit. Hoe kan je die CSS uploaden?
Ik zie trouwens dat de node list niet meer functioneert. Dat vond ik wel een handig tooltje om snel van node naar node te hoppen.

update:
Ik heb hem al. Gewoon even met Kladblok in een bestandje zetten dat esp.css heet en uploaden maar.

Werkt erg leuk.

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#7 Post by BertB » 26 Sep 2015, 22:00

Now, I have two DS18B20 sensors on pin 12. Both are correctly recognized by the Easy, but I think somthing is wrong with reading the values, because both sensors give the same readings. This is almost impossible since one sensor is mounted directly on the breadboard and the other one via a cable of 1 meter.

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#8 Post by remb0 » 27 Sep 2015, 09:50

Great features!
-flashing whithout loosing settings and customizing with css.
works fine..

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#9 Post by Martinus » 27 Sep 2015, 11:02

BertB wrote:Now, I have two DS18B20 sensors on pin 12. Both are correctly recognized by the Easy, but I think somthing is wrong with reading the values, because both sensors give the same readings. This is almost impossible since one sensor is mounted directly on the breadboard and the other one via a cable of 1 meter.
These are my readings on two devices on the same bus:

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But these are both on a breadboard with 1 cm distance...

Martinus

Re: ESP Easy Releases

#10 Post by Martinus » 27 Sep 2015, 11:34

R24 is available on github:

Right-aligned device values in device table
Added periodic MQTT connection check
Fixed issue with the AP WPA Key configuration

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#11 Post by Deennoo » 28 Sep 2015, 11:38

Just download it from github this give r25.

and try to update esp8266 sp1 with it

Admiting that i'm not an arduino and esp8266 player got some error.

looks like r25 doesn't call other *.ino files :
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and got this full error :

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Arduino : 1.6.5 (Windows 8.1), Carte : "NodeMCU 1.0 (ESP-12E Module), 80 MHz, 115200"

ESPEasyr25.ino: In function 'void setup()':
ESPEasyr25:268: error: 'fileSystemCheck' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:270: error: 'emergencyReset' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:272: error: 'LoadSettings' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:283: error: 'ResetFactory' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:293: error: 'WifiAPconfig' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:294: error: 'WifiConnect' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:296: error: 'hardwareInit' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:297: error: 'PluginInit' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:299: error: 'WebServerInit' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:312: error: 'MQTTConnect' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:314: error: 'sendSysInfoUDP' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:316: error: 'addLog' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:322: error: 'readFromRTC' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:332: error: 'saveToRTC' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25.ino: In function 'void loop()':
ESPEasyr25:352: error: 'serial' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:354: error: 'checkUDP' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:362: error: 'WifiDisconnect' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:382: error: 'FreeMem' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:384: error: 'syslog' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:385: error: 'sendSysInfoUDP' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:386: error: 'refreshNodeList' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:387: error: 'MQTTCheck' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:394: error: 'PluginCall' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:400: error: 'PluginCall' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:403: error: 'WifiCheck' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:421: error: 'saveToRTC' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:428: error: 'delayedReboot' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25.ino: In function 'void SensorSend()':
ESPEasyr25:443: error: 'getDeviceIndex' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:444: error: 'LoadTaskSettings' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:456: error: 'PluginCall' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:473: error: 'Calculate' was not declared in this scope
ESPEasyr25:478: error: 'sendData' was not declared in this scope
'fileSystemCheck' was not declared in this scope


as r20 do :
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no error and perfect compiling

didn't move any lib, just using the ESPeasy-master.zip file from github

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#12 Post by maluko » 28 Sep 2015, 13:09

did you rename the folder ESPeasy-master to ESPeasy?

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#13 Post by Deennoo » 28 Sep 2015, 13:36

was done 2 time...and now with 3 try it works

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#14 Post by BertB » 28 Sep 2015, 17:44

Martinus wrote:
BertB wrote:Now, I have two DS18B20 sensors on pin 12. Both are correctly recognized by the Easy, but I think somthing is wrong with reading the values, because both sensors give the same readings. This is almost impossible since one sensor is mounted directly on the breadboard and the other one via a cable of 1 meter.
These are my readings on two devices on the same bus:

Image

But these are both on a breadboard with 1 cm distance...
I found out that:
When I call both DS18B20 devices Device Nr 1 with the pull down menu, I get two different readings. So that is okay.
When I call the first Device Nr 1 and the second Device Nr 2, I get the readings of the first DS18B20 for both.

Image

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#15 Post by Martinus » 28 Sep 2015, 19:20

Can't reproduce your situation here. If I select the same nr, I will get the same reading on both tasks. (and hard to believe that it could be different, because it will read the same ROM nr...)

Does anyone experience similar issues? Maybe we have to build a debugging version to figure out what's going on here.

Martinus

Re: ESP Easy Releases

#16 Post by Martinus » 28 Sep 2015, 19:22

We are on R25 on github, support for non latching push button switches.

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#17 Post by BertB » 28 Sep 2015, 20:50

Martinus wrote:We are on R25 on github, support for non latching push button switches.
So am I :)

Martinus

Re: ESP Easy Releases

#18 Post by Martinus » 02 Oct 2015, 12:46

R27 is available on github:
Changes on the MCP23017 IO Expander plugin

Martinus

Re: ESP Easy Releases

#19 Post by Martinus » 03 Oct 2015, 10:00

R29 03-10-2015
Fixed bug with idx values > 255. Bug was introduced in R22

R28 03-10-2015
Merged Pro Mini extender plugins into one single plugin

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#20 Post by remb0 » 03 Oct 2015, 12:10

I got

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_P011_PME.ino:7:0: warning: "PLUGIN_NAME_011" redefined [enabled by default]
_P011_PMD.ino:7:0: note: this is the location of the previous definition
_P011_PME.ino:8:0: warning: "PLUGIN_VALUENAME1_011" redefined [enabled by default]
_P011_PMD.ino:8:0: note: this is the location of the previous definition
_P011_PME.ino: In function 'boolean Plugin_011(byte, EventStruct*, String&)':
_P011_PME:10: error: redefinition of 'boolean Plugin_011(byte, EventStruct*, String&)'
_P011_PMD:10: error: 'boolean Plugin_011(byte, EventStruct*, String&)' previously defined here
Multiple libraries were found for "LiquidCrystal_I2C.h"
 Used: C:\Users\remco\Documents\Arduino\libraries\LiquidCrystal_I2C
 Not used: C:\Users\remco\Documents\Arduino\libraries\LiquidCrystal
redefinition of 'boolean Plugin_011(byte, EventStruct*, String&)'


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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#21 Post by Martinus » 03 Oct 2015, 12:22

It looks like you just copied newer files over the older ones instead of using only the downloaded files.
There are some older *.ino files that are no longer needed and they were replaced with a different named file.
This confuses the compiler...

Make sure to use a clean folder or just rename the downloaded one.

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#22 Post by remb0 » 03 Oct 2015, 19:10

Thanks you are right. Gonna test my water counter tonight

Martinus

Re: ESP Easy Releases

#23 Post by Martinus » 06 Oct 2015, 15:48

Just a quick word on current development status:

Since this all started out as a simple prototyping mini project, some code parts are just build too 'quickly' and will get more difficult to maintain. Devices are already moved to separate plugins which will make development easier. The same approach will to be taken for controller support, so the next release (R30) will undergo some serious changes in the protocol structure. This could lead to new bugs, but it really needs to be done and we better do it now.

So if you move over to development release R30, be prepared that things might go wrong, specifically on the 'protocol' area...
(If you're looking for a stable release, better stick to R20 on sourceforge)

Martinus

Re: ESP Easy Releases

#24 Post by Martinus » 06 Oct 2015, 16:44

R30 is available on github development branch:

Moved all controller specific code to CPlugin mechanism (similar to device plugins)
Added debounce feature to pulsecounter plugin
There's also a folder "MiniProExtender" where you can find the sketch for Arduino AVR platform.

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#25 Post by kolin » 06 Oct 2015, 18:59

Hi,
Maybe this would help someone:

A lot of hair pulling after upgrading to R30 from R20 (one on sourceforge). New version refuses to boot after changing settings. Or refuses to boot at all. Still it connects to AP, responds to ping, but no web interface.

You need to short RX and TX, reset and wait. It will reset all incompatible old settings and board will boot.
It is handy to short them while still connected to PC's serial line as you will see messages about resetting being done.

Martinus

Re: ESP Easy Releases

#26 Post by Martinus » 08 Oct 2015, 18:16

R31 is available on github. This version will provide more information on the dallas ds18b20 handling so we may be able to figure out what is going wrong there if you have more than one unit connected on the same wire.

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#27 Post by BertB » 08 Oct 2015, 21:31

just moved to R31. Looks fine so far, but also with R30 on a NodeMcu 1.0 (with BMP180, DHT22, 1 DS18B20 on the board and 1 DS18B20 via cable) I had no problems.
On R29 I had to give both DS18B20 the same device number, but as of R30 that was no longer necessary.

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#28 Post by asm7100 » 09 Oct 2015, 13:07

Its look like its R30 on the github??
Cant you make a README.MD file with the Version number?
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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#29 Post by Martinus » 09 Oct 2015, 15:13

R32 is available on github. Should fix the negative temperature issue on ds18b20 sensors

Martinus

Re: ESP Easy Releases

#30 Post by Martinus » 10 Oct 2015, 11:38

R33 is available on github. The reset cycle is now limited to 3 attempts after cold boot.

If the initial configuration to flash fails after the last attempt it will enter a new "rescue mode". So at least it will stop looping and you may have serial access to the unit. Currently there's not much you can do in rescue mode, but at least you should have some control.

We'll have to see what we can learn from that and maybe try to fix these situations.

Martinus

Re: ESP Easy Releases

#31 Post by Martinus » 10 Oct 2015, 17:28

R34 is available. Controller password field length is extended.
If you have set a system password, it will be cleared with this update, so you must set it again.

Martinus

Re: ESP Easy Releases

#32 Post by Martinus » 11 Oct 2015, 14:13

R35 is available on github. Finally had the time to finish the LCD plugin and it now has some basic functionality:
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There's also a new controller plugin available for EmonCMS, thanks to "rmtucker".

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#33 Post by Martinus » 11 Oct 2015, 17:07

R36 has servo control.

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#34 Post by Charly86 » 12 Oct 2015, 04:34

R37 has SI7021 I2C Temp/Hum sensor support (If pull request is accepted)
See request here https://github.com/ESP8266nu/ESPEasy/pull/6

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#35 Post by Martinus » 12 Oct 2015, 08:45

Charly86 wrote:R37 has SI7021 I2C Temp/Hum sensor support (If pull request is accepted)
See request here https://github.com/ESP8266nu/ESPEasy/pull/6
Hello Charles! Your pull request is merged into master branch. Thanks for your contribution to the project!

And that leaves 8926 bytes of program space before we hit the ceiling...

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#36 Post by asm7100 » 12 Oct 2015, 13:17

Isen't you one behind in the build number????
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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#37 Post by asm7100 » 12 Oct 2015, 13:34

I am still getting this.

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PID:1073742313
Version:1074852416
INIT : Incorrect PID or version!
RESET: Cold boot

 ets Jan  8 2013,rst cause:4, boot mode:(1,7)

wdt reset
r$
Nothing happens when I connect RX and TX and then reboot the modul.

When i reboot the modul, soo how about to get that solved first, soo its usfull :-)
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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#38 Post by Martinus » 12 Oct 2015, 17:52

I just flashed an ESP12E unit with R37 (github is updated now, so it actually shows build 37)

My results:

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PID:0
Version:0
INIT : Incorrect PID or version!
RESET: Reboot count: 0
FLASH: Settings saved
FLASH: Settings saved

 ets Jan  8 2013,rst cause:2, boot mode:(3,6)

load 0x4010f000, len 1264, room 16
tail 0
chksum 0x42
csum 0x42
~ld
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INIT : Booting Build nr:37
WIFI : Connecting...
WIFI : No SSID!
INIT : I2C
INIT : Boot OK
INIT : Reboot from deepsleep
The first part of gibberish is normal. This is the bootloader talking with a different baudrate, so it looks strange. But normal behaviour.

Then the ESP detects that the flash config area does not contain a valid PID and version number. This is the first reboot and it will save a factory default config to flash. Then it will reboot itself. This is also by design.

This time it shows boot mode:(3,6). This is ok.

Then you will see some messages from the Expressif SDK core.

And then INIT: Booting Build nr 37. etc.
This is how it's supposed to work.


But If you get this message:

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  ets Jan  8 2013,rst cause:4, boot mode:(1,7)
Please note the '1' in (1,7) !!

This '1' means that the ESP has reset into bootloader mode. This can happen sometimes and it tells you that nothing will happen from here unless you want to upload a sketch... It does not necessarily mean that something is wrong. If it shows (1,6) or (1,7) just perform a hard reset or power off/power on the device.

If it keeps presenting the same message, please check your wiring as it may be that GPIO-0 is kept low for some reason.

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#39 Post by asm7100 » 12 Oct 2015, 19:43

I Use the same setup to program R20 and everthing is fine with the R20, evrything else give garbish.

When I make a reset or power off /on I only get garbish, and nothing more is happing.

I use esp-12 not a ESP-12E and it was programmed with R20 først.

I have tryed to instal modelua that works fine to, program > R20 everything goes mad. Now its on R20, and that works.
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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#40 Post by Martinus » 12 Oct 2015, 21:40

Could you please check if this sketch loads and runs on your module:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/588 ... syTool.ino

If it runs, verify with 's' command on serial port what the current contents of flash config is, and post the output.
This is the data from one of my ESP-01 units. This one runs fine with R20 and R37.

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ESP Easy debug Tool 1.0

Press 's' to show flash area
Press 'e' to erase flash area

New format settings found:
SSID    : ssid
WPA     : wpakey
PID     : 2015050101
Version : 9

Old format settings found:
SSID    : ssid
WPA     : wpakey
PID     : 2015050101
Version : 8

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You can try this and then upload R37 again to see if this makes any difference.

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#41 Post by asm7100 » 12 Oct 2015, 22:45

This is after R20 and just uploadet The program to the flash and Pressed S.

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New format settings found:
SSID    : VV

WPA     : iE-B

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PID     : 1073873385
Version : 1074852416

Old format settings found:
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PID     : 1178625426
Version : 549519249

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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#42 Post by asm7100 » 12 Oct 2015, 22:50

Now i have used e to erase the flash.

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Press 's' to show flash area
Press 'e' to erase flash area
FLASH: Erase Sector: 256

 ets Jan  8 2013,rst cause:4, boot mode:(3,6)

wdt reset
ets_main.c 
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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#43 Post by asm7100 » 12 Oct 2015, 22:57

Now i have flash with R37 and gets garbis output
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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#44 Post by asm7100 » 12 Oct 2015, 23:01

Tryed to flash the esp-12 again with R37.
first I get this
ets Jan 8 2013,rst cause:4, boot mode:(1,6)

wdt reset

After power off / on

I get garbis.
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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#45 Post by asm7100 » 12 Oct 2015, 23:07

Now i have flash it with R20 and its all works.
Even the setup is still in the memory of the ESP12 modul, from the R20 at first.
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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#46 Post by asm7100 » 12 Oct 2015, 23:16

I now also have tryde to compile with NodeMCU 0.9 and with NodeMCU 1.0 Still the same.
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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#47 Post by Charly86 » 13 Oct 2015, 05:48

Martinus, you're welcome!

Another one R38 has TSL2561 I2C Luminosity sensor (If pull request is accepted)
See request here https://github.com/ESP8266nu/ESPEasy/pull/7

Martinus

Re: ESP Easy Releases

#48 Post by Martinus » 13 Oct 2015, 07:42

asm7100 wrote:Now i have used e to erase the flash.

Code: Select all

Press 's' to show flash area
Press 'e' to erase flash area
FLASH: Erase Sector: 256
It looks like you have selected a board without any spiffs area reserved. And it also looks like this is not a generic ESP12 with 512kB flash size, because the EEPROM emulation sector is at position 256, which indicates 1 MB.

This is the settings I use for all generic 512kB modules like the classic ESP-01:
ESP_512k.png
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Re: ESP Easy Releases

#49 Post by BertB » 13 Oct 2015, 08:30

Charly86 wrote: Another one R38 has TSL2561 I2C Luminosity sensor (If pull request is accepted)
See request here https://github.com/ESP8266nu/ESPEasy/pull/7
Great! I had this one on my list too.

Martinus

Re: ESP Easy Releases

#50 Post by Martinus » 13 Oct 2015, 08:46

Charly86 wrote:Martinus, you're welcome!

Another one R38 has TSL2561 I2C Luminosity sensor (If pull request is accepted)
See request here https://github.com/ESP8266nu/ESPEasy/pull/7
Merged into master, really closing in now:

Sketch uses 426,922 bytes (98%) of program storage space. Maximum is 434,160 bytes.

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