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  • Dec 13 2015 22:26
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    significant rework of main spif… Merge pull request #9 from rabu… (compare)

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alonewolfx2
@alonewolfx2
@all can anyone help me about arduino's utoa function? (actually cpp's otoa)
SkySparky
@SkySparky
Sorry, I'm confused, how can the size spiffs ESP-12E with flash 8Mbit? I did not plan to use the FTP-server.
Alex Camilo
@acamilo
hello, I got a few esp-12 modules. is there any way to check the size of the flash?
open-home-automation
@open-home-automation
@acamilo using esptool you can

Reading the SPI Flash ID:

./esptool.py flash_id

Refer to flashrom source code for flash chip manufacturer name and part number.

Karthikeyan
@lxkarthi
Speed comparison for different development framework for ESP8266 ?
C SDK vs Arduino vs Lua vs SMING
?
Markov Alex
@Garrus007
Hello guys, maybe I in the wrong place, but I am new in ESP8266 and I can't understand this big amount of dev tools and SDK's. I hear about SMING, official sdk and amount of unoficial SDK's. So I go to the esprissif site, download latest NO_OS sdk and... what I should do? What compiler and build tools I should use (I am using windows). What the difference between using SMING and official tools?
alonewolfx2
@alonewolfx2
https://gitter.im/SmingHub/Sming please write this chat
Markov Alex
@Garrus007
thanks
Georgi Dobrishinov
@dobrishinov
hi, i have problem with install. I try - 1.(cd Sming/Sming) 2.(make) but i have error ---- AS system/irq_check.s
make: /Projects/opt/esp-open-sdk/xtensa-lx106-elf/bin/xtensa-lx106-elf-gcc: Command not found
make: * [out/build/system/irq_check.o] Error 127
alonewolfx2
@alonewolfx2
propably your espressif sdk is old one.
propably thats why you have an issue
btw https://gitter.im/SmingHub/Sming please write this chat
we moved that chat
ipadjanji
@ipadjanji
Linux.
Makefile:23: /opt/sming/Sming/Makefile-project.mk: No such file or directory
make: * No rule to make target '/opt/sming/Sming/Makefile-project.mk'. Stop
Rohit Gupta
@IndianTinker
Hi all,
I am getting this error of esptool2 command not found
when i make basic blink
however esptool2 is exported to bash and works
but not in the Sming Directory
rather it works in the /opt directory
Sorry for the n00b question
alonewolfx2
@alonewolfx2
esptool2 is another project. Raburton's project and its not in sming
Karthikeyan
@lxkarthi
You need to clone esptool2 repo at sming/Sming/esptool2 directory and make. Then you might need download libwinpthread-1.dll in esptool2 directory
alonewolfx2
@alonewolfx2
@all
we moved new gitter https://gitter.im/SmingHub/Sming
amxbc
@amxbc
Hi, my Sming 0x00000.bin is >0x9000. Any ideas how to fix this?
I am using https://github.com/slaff/Sming (branch with SSL)
alonewolfx2
@alonewolfx2
@amxbc our main chat is https://gitter.im/SmingHub/Sming please came in
Riley
@ril3y
Does the Sming framework include an i2c sample>
I have not been able to find a working example
alonewolfx2
@alonewolfx2
yes it has
jasperachtbaan
@jasperachtbaan
After installing the websocket_client, the websocket httpserver gives these errors when I try to compile
c:/tools/sming/Sming/SmingCore/Boards.h:17: undefined reference to `WebSocket::sendString(String const&)'
Anybody got any idea?
williamesp2015
@williamesp2015
@jasperachtbaan had you success in Websocket Client?
Chris Marrin
@cmarrin
I just found out about Sming. Why should I use it rather than the Arduino ESP SDK?
I ask because I tried an experiment when I trimmed back the "cores" files until I got it down to a single ESP.cpp/.h file which had all the needed stubs for C++ stuff and umm_malloc. I got it working with simple examples using the native ESP SDK and found that the savings was just a few K of Flash, but it saved a whopping 5K of precious RAM
Karthikeyan
@lxkarthi
any facing the following issues with latest SMING

`C+ system/m_printf.cpp
In file included from c:\tools\sming\sming\smingcore\HardwarePWM.h:25:0,
from c:\tools\sming\sming\smingcore\smingcore.h:25,
from system/m_printf.cpp:10:
SmingCore/pwm.h:61:18: error: conflicting declaration of 'DriverPWM EspPWM' wit
'C' linkage
extern DriverPWM EspPWM;
^
In file included from c:\tools\sming\sming\smingcore\smingcore.h:24:0,
from system/m_printf.cpp:10:
c:\tools\sming\sming\smingcore\DriverPWM.h:61:18: note: previous declaration wi
h 'C++' linkage
extern DriverPWM EspPWM;
^
In file included from c:\tools\sming\sming\smingcore\smingcore.h:25:0,
from system/m_printf.cpp:10:
c:\tools\sming\sming\smingcore\HardwarePWM.h:47:17: error: 'PWM_CHANNEL_NUM_MAX
was not declared in this scope
uint8 channels[PWM_CHANNEL_NUM_MAX];
^
make: * [out/build/system/m_printf.o] Error 1

C:\tools\sming\Sming>grep -r _CHANNEL_NUM_MAX .
Binary file ./SmingCore/.HardwarePWM.h.swp matches
./SmingCore/HardwarePWM.cpp: uint32 io_info[PWM_CHANNEL_NUM_MAX][3];
// pin information
./SmingCore/HardwarePWM.cpp: uint32 pwm_duty_init[PWM_CHANNEL_NUM_MA
]; // pwm duty
./SmingCore/HardwarePWM.h: uint8 channels[PWM_CHANNEL_NUM_MAX];`

Karthikeyan
@lxkarthi
fixed issue for both.
1) commented extra declaration in DriverPWM.h
2) same file name in include paths is messing up. Renamed SmingCore/PWM.h to SmingCore/SMINGPWM.h
Compilation passd.
:)
icodk
@icodk
MD5 - Any idea how to use the 'buildin' md5 functionality in a sming program to calculate md5 of a string ? Could use Md5Builder however use ssl so the 'buildin' already included,could save some space
tiltism
@tiltism
Does anyone have any experience with Sming and the ESP SDK 1.5? Sming doesn't expose the WPA2 Enterprise AP functions, which appear to be contained in the libwap2 library (not linked in by the Sming make files). I'm not sure what the best way is to expose and call these functions... for example: wifi_station_clear_cert_key()
tiltism
@tiltism
I think I'll need to modify the Sming makefiles to make the lib available, then modify my application to include the header definition, and possibly mark it as extern "C"... does anyone have a good grasp on how this is done? maybe?
(libwpa2 library that is)**