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I am trying to use code that was posted in another thread on this forum. The code communicates with an ADNS-2610 optical mouse. I am using the code below;
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[color=blue]// This example reads out the PixArt PAN3101 Optical Navigation Sensor
// It's used in many cheap optical mouses.
//
// For support for the Agilent ADNS-2051, ADNS-2083 or ADNS-2610, move
// the files for your mouse to the folder with the OptiMouse files.
// Then uncomment the right header files and object instances below.
//
// The Arduino will keep track of a (x, y) coordinate by increasing
// or decreasing the x and y variables by dx and respectively dy.
// Every 128th sample it reports the current (x, y) over the Serial.
//
// Written by Martijn The -> post [at] martijnthe.nl
// Tutorial: http://www.martijnthe.nl/optimouse/
// Based on the sketches by Beno?t Rousseau


#include "C:\Documents and Settings\Kevin Wynne\Desktop\arduino-0022\ADNS2610.h"

#define SCLK 2                            // Serial clock pin on the Arduino
#define SDIO 4                           // Serial data (I/O) pin on the Arduino

ADNS2610 Optical1 = ADNS2610(SCLK, SDIO);


signed long x = 0;                        // Variables for our 'cursor'
signed long y = 0;                        //

int c = 0;                                // Counter variable for coordinate reporting

void setup()
{
  Serial.begin(38400);
  Optical1.begin();                       // Resync (not really necessary?)
}

void loop()
{

    x += Optical1.dx();                   // Read the dX register and in/decrease X with that value
    y += Optical1.dy();                   // Same thing for dY register.....

  if (c++ & 0x80)
  {                                       // Report the coordinates once in a while...
    Serial.print("x=");
    Serial.print(x, DEC);
    Serial.print(" y=");
    Serial.print(y, DEC);
    Serial.println();
    c = 0;                                // Reset the report counter
  }
}
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I am getting the following errors:


Optical_Mouse.cpp.o: In function `__static_initialization_and_destruction_0':
C:\DOCUME~1\KEVINW~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\build8919888951995157087.tmp/Optical_Mouse.cpp:25: undefined reference to `ADNS2610::ADNS2610(unsigned char, unsigned char)'
Optical_Mouse.cpp.o: In function `loop':
C:\DOCUME~1\KEVINW~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\build8919888951995157087.tmp/Optical_Mouse.cpp:42: undefined reference to `ADNS2610::dx()'
C:\DOCUME~1\KEVINW~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\build8919888951995157087.tmp/Optical_Mouse.cpp:43: undefined reference to `ADNS2610::dy()'
Optical_Mouse.cpp.o: In function `setup':
C:\DOCUME~1\KEVINW~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\build8919888951995157087.tmp/Optical_Mouse.cpp:36: undefined reference to `OptiMouse::begin()'


I was hoping some one would be able to help me.

Thanks

Kevin


johnwasser

It looks like you just pointed to a copy of ADNS2610.h without installing the ADNS2610 library.

Take the ADNS2610 files (.c or .cpp and .h) and put them in a directory called "libraries/ADNS2610/" in the directory where Arduino keeps your sketches.
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I moved the files that you suggested and I am still getting the same errors.

Do you have any other ideas.

Kevin

kucky

Hello Kevin,
i have a similar problem, but with the ADNS2051. My post is here, but in german.
http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,64442.0.html
You can help me?
Willi

johnwasser

I got the sketch to work by:

1) Adding "#include <OptiMouse.h>" above the line  "#include <ADNS2610.h>"

2) Edit OptiMouse.h to remove the line "#include "WConstants.h""

Note that you have to move ADNS2610 .h out of the 'drivers' directory and into the same directory as OptiMouse.h
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kucky

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Jun 29, 2011, 12:25 pm Last Edit: Jun 29, 2011, 07:46 pm by kucky Reason: 1
Many many thanks. My error messages are gone. But my mistake was that I set the WProgram.h had included the wrong. Now I can continue to tinker.
Best regards Willi

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