[Ovmsdev] Twizy release 3.0.2

Mark Webb-Johnson mark at webb-johnson.net
Sat Jan 18 10:46:40 HKT 2014

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:

> Mark,
> 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.
> Regards,
> Michael
> 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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