PSX_Analog library

Hello there,

I would like to use the PSX_analog library to drive a RC car through a PS2 controller. I found the forum, loaded the library, but at the compilation, the program told me that the SPI is not declared. I give you the sketch and the error message above:

include "Psx_analog.h" // Includes the Psx Library

define dataPin 14

define cmndPin 15

define attPin 16

define clockPin 17

define motorup 5

define motordown 6

define motorleft 9

define motorright 10

define center 0x7F

define LEDPin 13

Psx Psx; // Initializes the library

void setup() { Psx.setupPins(dataPin, cmndPin, attPin, clockPin); // Defines what each pin is used // (Data Pin #, Cmnd Pin #, Att Pin #, Clk Pin #)

Psx.initcontroller(psxAnalog);

pinMode(LEDPin, OUTPUT); // Establishes LEDPin as an output so the LED can be seen

//setup motoroutputs pinMode(motorup, OUTPUT); // Establishes LEDPin as an output so the LED can be seen pinMode(motordown, OUTPUT); // Establishes LEDPin as an output so the LED can be seen pinMode(motorleft, OUTPUT); // Establishes LEDPin as an output so the LED can be seen pinMode(motorright, OUTPUT); // Establishes LEDPin as an output so the LED can be seen

Serial.begin(9600); Serial.println("Raw controller values");

// wait for the long string to be sent delay(100); }

void loop() { Psx.poll(); // Psx.read() initiates the PSX controller and returns Serial.print("\n"); // the button data Serial.print(Psx.Controller_mode, HEX); // prints value as string in hexadecimal (base 16) Serial.print(Psx.digital_buttons, HEX); // prints value as string in hexadecimal (base 16) Serial.print(Psx.Right_x, HEX); // prints value as string in hexadecimal (base 16) Serial.print(Psx.Right_y, HEX); // prints value as string in hexadecimal (base 16) Serial.print(Psx.Left_x, HEX); // prints value as string in hexadecimal (base 16) Serial.print(Psx.Left_y, HEX); // prints value as string in hexadecimal (base 16)

if (Psx.digital_buttons & psxR2) // If the data anded with a button's hex value is true, // it signifies the button is pressed. Hex values for each // button can be found in Psx.h { digitalWrite(LEDPin, HIGH); // If button is pressed, turn on the LED } else { digitalWrite(LEDPin, LOW); // If the button isn't pressed, turn off the LED }

delay(100);

}

So, during compilation, i found the next message:

/pentest/misc/arduino/libraries/ArduinoPSX/Psx_analog.cpp:59:17: error: Spi.h: No such file or directory /pentest/misc/arduino/libraries/ArduinoPSX/Psx_analog.cpp: In member function ‘byte Psx::shift(byte)’: /pentest/misc/arduino/libraries/ArduinoPSX/Psx_analog.cpp:66: error: ‘Spi’ was not declared in this scope /pentest/misc/arduino/libraries/ArduinoPSX/Psx_analog.cpp: In member function ‘void Psx::setupPins(byte, byte, byte, byte)’: /pentest/misc/arduino/libraries/ArduinoPSX/Psx_analog.cpp:113: error: ‘Spi’ was not declared in this scope

Somebody could help me to solve this problem ?

Thanks for your help and support.

Chris

You need to get and install (in the right place) the spi lib! (first error message is the only one that counts).

Mark

Thank you Marc.

I will test it asap…it was so obvious…

Thanks again !

Once again, i implemented the SPI lib, but it doesn't work ! I've got the same message: "error: Spi.h: No such file or directory"

Any ideas ?

I'm working under Linux, the Arduino folder contains a lot of libraries, included the SPI but when i import it, i received the same message.

Ok, i found what was wrong. Thanks for your help, it works well.

Regards,

Chris

Hi i have the same problem with Spi.h thought i just needed to change the name Spi.h to SPI.h but then got an error for spi.mode

cherault how did you fix yours??