[Ovmsdev] Hi everyone
davidcorrigan714 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 9 21:14:32 HKT 2020
I set it up on windows a week or so ago and have been playing with a few
things on my 2012 Leaf. Think the only trick is that the version of esp-idf
listed in the google doc is wrong, I think it's 3.3 now. I've been using VS
Code and setup a task to kick off a build, then I run a webserver so that
the OVMS web ui can fetch the firmware and reboot into it.
On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 2:15 AM Michael Balzer <dexter at expeedo.de> wrote:
> Hi & welcome Andi :-)
> It seems Eddy Vromen was the last to set up the build environment on
> Maybe he can help you on details, but setup should generally still be
> straight forward following the developer guide.
> And no, PlatformIO is not an option.
> Chris' latest work on the UpMiiGo integration isn't merged into the
> master yet. He already has added a config option towards supporting
> direct OBD2 connections.
> To contribute to that, fork/attach to his repository:
> Sadly, my Mii is still months away…
> From the discussion on the GE forum I also think it's better to connect
> via OBD2, the Comfort-CAN port seems to be too limited (by security
> design). It's a good idea to reuse the existing shark fin antenna
> though, maybe simple antenna cable extensions can be used so we can
> place the module near the OBD2 port. I don't think using a bluetooth
> OBD2 dongle is an option, as that would add a significant continuous
> current draw.
> If you haven't already, check out the list of UpMiiGo OBD2 codes already
> collected on Goingelectric:
> Am 08.07.20 um 09:13 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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