[Ovmsdev] Hi everyone

Chris van der Meijden chris at arachnon.de
Wed Jul 8 15:55:09 HKT 2020

Hey Andi,

welcome on boiard :-) Great to have new input on the e-Up development.

The comfort-can approach I follow is indeed a bit of a struggle and
direct OBD access would be great.

At the moment I'm on holiday (we are roadtripping with our new e-Up :-
)), but  next week I can give some more help I hope.

But perhaps someone else can help you on the general questions for the



Am Mittwoch, den 08.07.2020, 09:13 +0200 schrieb Soko:
> Hey,
> I'm Soko and live in Austria/Europe. I'm a programmer since 20 years 
> now, mainly (big) Windows applications (PowerBuilder, C#, .NET) with 
> databases (MSSQL, Oracle, ...).
> I also dabble in Arduino/ESP32 programming with little projects for my 
> home since 2 years.
> I've just bought the new version of the Volkswagen e-Up (equals Skoda 
> citigo and Seat Mii) and was directed to your project by some guys over 
> at www.goingelectric.de.
> I'd like to contribute to OVMS by adding the e-Up using the standard 
> OBD2 cable (not the Komfort-CAN).
> My first hurdle though is to get the development environment under 
> Windows up and running. Which seems to be a big task by itself. I guess 
> using Visual Studio Code with PlatformIO (as I do for my Arduino 
> projects) is no option, correct?
> I have to use this special "ESP IDF" to make it work...
> Is there any better/newer guide for me than page 6 of the developer 
> guide doc?
> Thanks
> Andi
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