Install toolchain using this brew recipe: https://github.com/miyaki/homebrew-misc/blob/master/gcc-arm-embedded.rb
Got this kind of messages:
“HardFault_Handler’ referenced in section.isr_vector’ of obj/main/NAZE/startup
stm32f10x_md_gcc.o: defined in discarded section .text’ of obj/main/NAZE/main. o (symbol from plugin) SysTick_Handler’ referenced in section .isr_vector’ of obj/main/NAZE/startup_s tm32f10x_md_gcc.o: defined in discarded section.text’ of obj/main/NAZE/drivers
/system.o (symbol from plugin)”
This helped me and got it linking:
Simple example of mapping notes in “fourths” scale. Horizontally the notes are chromatically and vertically 6 pitches apart – there are five notes between.
- start with manual mode
– count 1 on first gps hit, and 2 on the second gps hit and so on..
– end on 7th count on gps mode.
– be quick
show [net] – for example “show gnd” -> visualizes all nets connected to net, fantastic at board view
This is my MIDI in schematic, tested and working:
Measured from PO-12:
Height: 105mm (without the tab)
Thickness from batteries to top of potentiometers: 29mm
Display width: 52mm
Potentiometers are 10mm diameter
- PWMH 1×8 @ (1300,2000) ← X is not 1290 as before!
- PWML 1×8 @ (2150,2000)
- COMMUNICATION 1×8 @ (3050,2000)
- JP1 2×8 @ (3750,1550)
- JP2 2×8 @ (3750,750)
- POWER 1×6 @ (1550,100)
- ADCL 1×8 @ (2350,100)
- ADCH 1×8 @ (3250,100)
- ICSP 2×3 @ (2555,1100) ← +5 X offset
- Reset switch @ (2920,1100) ← -30 X offset
Just backupping from here.
On my OS X machine the files that PCB-gcode ULP uses are located here:
I had to edit these files manually because the plugin didn’t want to save the settings when edited at the GUI (it defaulted all values).
Servo/Motor pin-layout (USB facing left, pins on the right):
– Motor 3 (left)
– Motor 2 (right)
– Motor 1 (tail motor)
– Second servo, not used
– Tricopter yaw servo (most bottom)
Orientation of the board can be changed by CLI command:
set align_board_yaw = 90
To reverse the yaw servo, type CLI command:
set yaw_direction = -1
Remember to type “save” and press enter.