I wanted to use the code of leokoppel(https://github.com/leokoppel/GP22), and I followed what he says to put the GP22 into the Arduino library. I also put the atomic.h(I got from C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\hardware\tools\avr\avr\include\util) and io.h (from C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\hardware\tools\avr\avr\include\avr) into the library as the IDE Arduino demandes. Then, when uploading, it will have the following errors:
In file included from C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\GP22/GP22.h:10:0, from sketch\TDCtalk.h:8, from C:\...\Documents\Arduino\test1\test1.ino:1: C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\GP22/arduino_io.h:65:2: error: #error "Arduino pin mapping not defined for this board" #error "Arduino pin mapping not defined for this board" ^ exit status 1 Erreur de compilation pour la carte NodeMCU 1.0 (ESP-12E Module)
I’m not quite sure about whether what I did was right or wrong: The GP22-DEMO-US-PCB is already connected to the 15-pin VGA Connetctor, and I tried to connect it with the ESP8266 NodeMCU V3.0 by looking at the GP22-DEMO-US-PCB Pinout(I didn’t use an Arduino Uno). In the code, it has the setup information:
* Test setup (Arduino Uno, through 5->3.3V level shift) * 10 -> SS * 11 -> MOSI(14) * 12 -> MISO * 13 -> SCK * 2 -> INT * 5V -> VCC * GND -> GND * 4 -> DS18B20 temperature sensor (optional) */
I didn’t find a GPIO11 on the MCU so I chose the 14.Of course the MCU is powered by connecting to the PC. I’m sure that I have the latest version of ESP8266(2.5.0) and I’ve changed the type of card into “NodeMCU 1.0(ESP-12E Module)”. I tried it even without plugging in the USB and it has the same error. I found in the arduino_io.h that it needs the AVR_ATmega_X, which may be the problem, but not sure. So I wonder if I do need an Arduino Uno or is there anything I did wrong?
Thanks for any help