[Ovmsdev] Hi everyone
ovms at soko.cc
Fri Jul 10 00:06:47 HKT 2020
Yes, I was able to compile and flassh my first ovms via windows as well. Now I'm looking for an IDE with code completion/intellisense...
I've tried my work horse "Visual Studio 2019 Enterprise" (not Code) but its a hassle as it uses Cmake and cant find the header files.
I've tried "Visual Studio Code" as well but couldnt get it work either. Which extensions do you use in it? Any special configs?
I've tried ESP_IDF extension with no success...
On 9 July 2020 15:14:32 CEST, David Corrigan <davidcorrigan714 at gmail.com> wrote:
>I set it up on windows a week or so ago and have been playing with a
>things on my 2012 Leaf. Think the only trick is that the version of
>listed in the google doc is wrong, I think it's 3.3 now. I've been
>Code and setup a task to kick off a build, then I run a webserver so
>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>
>> 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
>> 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
>> 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
>> > now, mainly (big) Windows applications (PowerBuilder, C#, .NET)
>> > databases (MSSQL, Oracle, ...).
>> > I also dabble in Arduino/ESP32 programming with little projects for
>> > home since 2 years.
>> > I've just bought the new version of the Volkswagen e-Up (equals
>> > 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
>> > 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
>> > 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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