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mem

Barney, mem does not have a problem with 0017, it was grumpy_mike that reported those errors. I belive he is using a Mac, are you also?

sciguy

I'm still using 0016, because I can't compile on my mac.  See my topic "error compiling 0017".
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Barney Hilken

Hi mem, sorry about the confusion. Yes, I am using a mac. It looks like this may be a mac problem. If you want me to try any debugging steps, let me know.

Barney.

psyko_chewbacca

Thanks, it works like a charm on my Dell Mini 10v Hackintosh!!!!

jezuz

This issue has been around since 15 I think, no one has fixed it yet -

the ADXL3xx example sketch has pins and variables initiated with slightly different names than how they appear later on in the sketch

(e.g.: xPin.... xpin)


George Matthews

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You should put libraries in the libraries sub-directory of your Arduino sketchbook folder (e.g. ~/Documents/Arduino on Mac or My Documents/Arduino on Windows).  You'll need to create the libraries/ directory.  This way, libraries can stick around when you upgrade the version of Arduino.  I'll try to update the documentation soon.


This works as stated...
~/Documents/Arduino/libraries/

However what initially confused me is there is an existing directory which is not correct...
~/Documents/Arduino/library/

Opening the Arduino package also works, but as stated, that makes updates difficult and very unMac like.

Other than that initial confusion I really like the new environment!!!

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