YurkshireLad
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RE: ESP32 Development Board SC01 Plus

I had to lookup Smart Panlee, I've never heard of them.

6 months ago
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RE: ESP32 Development Board SC01 Plus

Now, now @zander, there are obviously more ESP-32s than the ones you have. A simple search gave me: That looks like a nice piece of kit; I'd love...

6 months ago
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RE: Hello from Australia

Hi @sticks, I wanted to pass on my condolences for the loss of your wife. I can’t imagine how hard it must be for you. I hope you can find peace with ...

7 months ago
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RE: issues with importing openai in python

Leave the topic for someone else in case they hit the same problem.

7 months ago
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RE: Using a pin to signal another pin

Yeah, I was hoping that this discussion and research would help find the answer. Sadly, I was wrong! Sorry. There is so much I have to learn.

7 months ago
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RE: Using a pin to signal another pin

You might be better off using FreeRTOS instead, as it supports inter process communications.

7 months ago
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RE: Using a pin to signal another pin

I believe using esp_intr_alloc(). I find the documentation is confusing and contradictory, but perhaps I don't understand it: High-priority interr...

7 months ago
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RE: Using a pin to signal another pin

I'm not sure if the interrupt doesn't happen until the critical section is exited, or if the interrupt happens, but its handler is blocked from enteri...

7 months ago
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RE: Using a pin to signal another pin

You're right, this is an assembler implementation of an interrupt. I believe you can do the same thing in C, but you have to use a lower priority inte...

7 months ago
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RE: Using a pin to signal another pin

attachinterrupt is a wrapper function, designed to hide the low level implementation details on any platform. On the ESP32, it probably makes calls to...

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RE: Using a pin to signal another pin

A critical section wraps a block of code, and ensures that it can't be interrupted by another process or thread, even when interrupts are enabled. It'...

7 months ago
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RE: Using a pin to signal another pin

I'm not sure I fully understand what he means, but maybe you have to use the ESP32 API and setup an interrupt, and it doesn't need to be associated wi...

7 months ago
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RE: Using a pin to signal another pin

I know how to associate a bit variable to a PIN, I am still waiting for you to show me how to NOT have to use a pin as you stated. If that isn't a...

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