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March 20, 2015
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John
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Hello to all,

As i started to explore the possibilities of this tool, some questions came to mind.

1) How to use / combine existing Arduino libraries in LabView environment ?

2) Is there a way to see the intermediate Arduino code / sketch ?

Thanks, John

PS, Good work on the compiler ! Thanks.

March 20, 2015
2:15 pm
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Hi John;

Thanks for exploring the compiler.

Answering your questions:

1) We are still exploring the best way to integrate existing Arduino libraries in. Since the libraries are created by the community, they don't necessarily follow a standard; which makes it extra challenging to wrap them around the compiler in a way we guarantee they would work. We figured to make the compiler available sooner than later and continue to work on other features that we know would have added considerable delays to the release. Therefore, the first release doesn't support that

2) No. We have decided not to make the .ino file available to the developer

 

Thanks again for exploring and keep the questions coming. Smile

 

Filipe

Cheers Filipe
March 20, 2015
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John
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Hi Filipe;

Thanks for your answer.

The libraries question originates from my desire to use the two CAN ports on the Duo.

I will not ask you when this option is available because i suspect your answer will be the same... ;-)

John

March 20, 2015
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Hi John;

Yes, unfortunately my answer would be the same for when we would make the CAN ports available. However, I do encourage you to let us know what features you are not seeing implemented that interest you. Like I mentioned, we are indeed seriously collecting feedback from the community, and are compiling a list of requested features. That list and the number of request for each item will guide us in prioritizing what will be released first as we continue to improve the compiler.

Filipe

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March 20, 2015
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As Filipe said, we would like to know what libraries you would like to see.  We are planning to add support for other libraries in the future and CAN, SPI, and I2C are all on the list.  Currently there is support for I2C LCDs and RGB LEDs.  We are considering others so let us know what other libraries may be of interest.

March 22, 2015
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Hello @ all.

The one-wire-library would be also interesting, like CAN

April 27, 2015
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Hello All,

The UTFT library (Touch Screen),  i think it could be very usefull for many people, at least for me it will :)

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