[Ovmsdev] CFG commands on RT_Production
mark at webb-johnson.net
Thu Sep 25 09:51:47 HKT 2014
It should be sufficient, for the Nissan Leaf, to use the V2_EXPERIMENTAL build and select NL and the vehicle type.
You also need to make sure you've got the new style Nissan Leaf OBDII cable (with the EV bus CAN pins, not the CAR CAN bus).
On 24 Sep, 2014, at 3:06 pm, Aatheus <virtualhermit at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you for posting this info! I was able to get the experimental Nissan Leaf code to compile and (sort of) do useful things now. The configuration that I had to use was V2_EXPERIMENTAL. I cloned it to be V2_EXPERIMENTAL_LEAF. I set these flags:
> I also excluded acc.c and all of the other vehicle source files except for these:
> Now the hex file builds and the OVMS v2 module is able to give me a different inaccurate battery percentage (0% instead of 80%). Progress? :)
> -Jeff Orr
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> Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2014 20:02:47 +0200
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> To compile yourself you need to define these (and only these) compiler
> ...and you need to manually exclude source files "acc.c", "logging.c"
> and all other "vehicle*.c" from the build, because otherwise...
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