[Ovmsdev] Twizy release 3.0.2
dexter at expeedo.de
Sat Jan 18 16:27:29 HKT 2014
There should also be a visible change in crash history records, my crash
count with the new version is still 0.
The extended mode also has been running 100% fine during the last days,
so I can also check in some more Twizy & CANopen functionality later on :-)
Btw, I read about the Mia also using a SEVCON Gen4. So if there's a Mia
OVMS development going on somewhere: the Twizy tuning commands should be
easily portable, should just need to be adapted to the other defaults.
Am 18.01.2014 03:46, schrieb Mark Webb-Johnson:
> Wow, just wow!
> I’ve been running this (2.6.x code, with Michael’s interrupt handling enhancements, and a switch to extended mode compilation) in my car and the difference is amazing.
> The best indicator I have of interrupt performance is the digital speedo in the Tesla Roadster. That relies on picking up the transmission of a single CAN bus message, then following it up very quickly with a sequence of 3 override CAN bus messages. Previously it was ok, but now (with the new Interrupt code) it seems much much smoother.
> Well done, Michael! Great contribution.
> I’ll be fixing up the compiler warnings (just a difference in ‘static’ vs ‘auto’ storage mode in extended mode) and then will commit the switch to extended mode to the repository as 2.6.2. I should get this done today.
> Regards, Mark.
> On 15 Jan, 2014, at 6:19 am, Michael Balzer <dexter at expeedo.de> wrote:
>> I now also have compiled in extended mode (got no choice). I only get some warnings about static function args, not sure if they need to be static, doesn't seem so.
>> First tests have been completely fine in both diag and live mode, so I'll use the extended mode firmware during the next days to see if anything goes wrong.
>> Am 08.01.2014 14:18, schrieb Mark Webb-Johnson:
>>> Not sure if we can use extended mode or not - if we can, it will give us a lot of breathing room. If I enable extended mode, everything compiles just fine (all configs). Supposedly the PIC18F2685 supports the C-optimised extended instruction set.
>>> Regards, Mark.
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