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egypturnash

I'm picking up some Arduino stuff that I haven't touched since before 1.0. Now that I've updated, it won't compile.

The specific problem I'm having is that part of the SerialDebugger library I'm using dies upon compilation, unable to find 'wiring.h'. What has wiring.h been renamed to/replaced with?

(Oh, hmm, searching for the explicit string "wiring.h: No such file or directory" brings up this thread in French that seems to say "revert to the last version". Yay. Well, guess I'll be doing that until there's a new version of every library I use, or until I switch all my operations over to the Raspberry Pi.)

j514

http://code.google.com/p/rogue-code/wiki/ToneLibraryDocumentation

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Ooh... I got it working.. Seems the Arduino-0022 release does not contain wiring.h file, but wiring_private.h . Just edit the Tone.cpp file: and replace #include <wiring.h> with #include <wiring_private.h> Solved my problem.


Hope that helps.
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egypturnash

Ah, thanks - I'll redownload 1.0 and try it!

tytower


http://code.google.com/p/rogue-code/wiki/ToneLibraryDocumentation

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Ooh... I got it working.. Seems the Arduino-0022 release does not contain wiring.h file, but wiring_private.h . Just edit the Tone.cpp file: and replace #include <wiring.h> with #include <wiring_private.h> Solved my problem.


Hope that helps.


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robotturtle

Could someone please explain how to do this on a Mac OSX? Sorry I'm still new...

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