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  1. That is what I am working on... Just making my...

    That is what I am working on... Just making my way through several of the places that use it.

    Sorry going slower than I should, but took advantage of sun being out and went for walk ;)
  2. For testing right now, I just put that #define...

    For testing right now, I just put that #define into MTP...

    But wondering now if I should store stuff locally as the structure or as uint32_t... I started down the structure route but I think I...
  3. Sounds good, I am now going to try to build...

    Sounds good, I am now going to try to build FS_Integration MTP code
    with SD_MTP-logger sketch and
    start updating ...

    Note: It build now, as it does not have the #defnie FS_FILE_SUPPORT_DATES...
  4. Again warning, I am only writing psuedo code...

    Again warning, I am only writing psuedo code here, and doing such things can have big negative consequences on different file systems...
    And may not work, but on old systems used to do something...
  5. That is what I was thinking... Or maybe actually...

    That is what I was thinking...
    Or maybe actually just one wrapper: like LittleFS_SPI(uint8_t pin=LITTLEFS_BUILTIN);
    i.e. like SD where special define that says use your build int one... Which only...
  6. Yes - which is great... However there are times I...

    Yes - which is great... However there are times I wish we had the LittleFS_Q_Guess class, that looks at the chip (if any) soldered to T4.1 and figures out what chip it is and then gets me to the...
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    Did you try some of the stuff I mentioned in...

    Did you try some of the stuff I mentioned in previous post...
    That is if you are overrunning buffers, you can simply tell the system add more memory to your buffer...

    But I don't necessarily...
  8. Again I think you got to go with your gut on...

    Again I think you got to go with your gut on this. Having some similarity with ESP is maybe a good thing, so time_t does as you say sound clean.

    You could do it like:

    time_t fileTime();
    ...
  9. Hi Paul, Personally sounds reasonable to me. ...

    Hi Paul,

    Personally sounds reasonable to me.

    I did not really care what exactly the API was, but more figuring out the pieces and wanted the ability to get/set this data.

    We have most of...
  10. It you are using the ST7789_t3 code, the SPI...

    It you are using the ST7789_t3 code, the SPI clock speed is setup by using SPI Transactions, And the actual speed is currently controlled by the setting in ST7735_t3.h file
    #define ST7735_SPICLOCK...
  11. @Paul - if you are looking at the Time stamp...

    @Paul - if you are looking at the Time stamp stuff,

    With our current stuff, our current File/FileImpl code follows the same methods for getting/setting the file dates/time as the SDFat code...
  12. Sounds great: I also fixed an issue today in mtp...

    Sounds great: I also fixed an issue today in mtp code when you create a directory on the PC side, it was not getting the dates and times from the file... Also found we were getting it when we called...
  13. Wonder why? Would make difference on Ubuntu? ...

    Wonder why? Would make difference on Ubuntu?

    Also wonder why only MTP. The change to:

    #define MTP_INTERFACE 1 // MTP Disk
    #define SEREMU_INTERFACE 0 // Serial emulation


    Sort of...
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    @smurf - pushed up a new copy to github/Pull...

    @smurf - pushed up a new copy to github/Pull Request.

    I hopefully now keep the modifier keys more in sync...

    So yes it should know when ALT or other alt is pressed regardless if you press...
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    Not sure if you are asking where to find the...

    Not sure if you are asking where to find the sketch or the mappings from IO pins to what their underlying GPIO pin is.

    If your wanting the additional information about the GPIO pins you can find...
  16. Good question, you are much more up on the newer...

    Good question, you are much more up on the newer c++ stuff... Most of my learning was from long ago...

    But if works it would be great!
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    Thanks, I try to take a look again... 1) If I...

    Thanks, I try to take a look again...

    1) If I remember correctly this may be totally on different interface or page... will check again.

    2) I only updated the modifiers going out to host when...
  18. @Paul @mjs513 and all: setSyncProvider - Would...

    @Paul @mjs513 and all:

    setSyncProvider - Would be nice if programs that use File system Dates and Times just worked without having to know about the time/date glue in the Time library.

    That is...
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    There may be several different things going on...

    There may be several different things going on here:
    For example if your code is busy doing other things and you receive lots of data on Serial1, while you are not processing it,
    I believe...
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    Software serial only works on tensy pins which...

    Software serial only works on tensy pins which are actually hardware serial pins… which pins 2 and 3 are not.

    Also Serial1 is already defined as a hardwareserial device.

    If possible usually...
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    Sorry I don't know anything about these... But...

    Sorry I don't know anything about these... But did find a library: https://github.com/rpicopter/ArduinoMotionSensorExample
    That was mentioned up on the Arduino forum:...
  22. Normally we don't close out threads, except for...

    Normally we don't close out threads, except for SPAM types or if someone opens up several threads...

    Besides will be fun to hear of your progress later.

    Again good luck
  23. Darn sorry about that. I do enjoy putting in...

    Darn sorry about that. I do enjoy putting in messages that are not helpful. ;)

    Note: @Paul has done most (read that all) of the low level stuff here and as you have seen he has commented out or...
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    I am not sure about that sensor... is it a...

    I am not sure about that sensor... is it a MPU6500 which I did not see anything on or a MPU6050. Assuming the later there are a few libraries out there you can install for it.
    Do a search on it. ...
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    Try deleting the ILI9341_t3 library from your...

    Try deleting the ILI9341_t3 library from your documents folder and the like and use the current one that ships with each version of Teensuduino:
    That is the last things shown in your output:
    ...
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    Sorry, maybe hard to get there from here... ...

    Sorry, maybe hard to get there from here...

    As far as I can tell rmRfStar is only contained within fatfile.h and fatfile.cpp. It is not included in any of the other things like ExFat, nor is it...
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    Sorry I have not looked at your code at all, but...

    Sorry I have not looked at your code at all, but I remember back on getting teensy_loader_cli to work with T4,
    we ran into memory issues as well, as the code starts at a very high address...
    From...
  28. Sounds like a fun project... Good Luck

    Sounds like a fun project... Good Luck
  29. Maybe if you have TyCommander and the Serial...

    Maybe if you have TyCommander and the Serial enabled and you try to do a build, the loader won't be able to get the Serial port and will fail. And likewise if TyCommander is running the Serial...
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    Yes reference Manual:...

    Yes reference Manual: https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/IMXRT1060RM_rev2.pdf


    Chapter 48 for Low Power SPI

    You will see the pins in section 48.2.5 talk about SIN/SOUT as Data[0] and Data[1] and talk...
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    @Paul - See that you already updated that...

    @Paul - See that you already updated that Comment...

    At times I wonder if we should allow users to use these other duplicate pins, but not fully advertise them, except maybe on the PWM page.....
  32. :D This is great stuff! Thought I would...

    :D

    This is great stuff!

    Thought I would mention that we have experimented with it, both from sketches that are simply using LittleFS... We also tested it with MTP stuff as well.

    25923
    ...
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    Good Morning all, The PWM stuff here is sort...

    Good Morning all,

    The PWM stuff here is sort of interesting...
    Note: Should probably update cores\teensy4 (line 83) the comments shows 53 as pin number but should be 54...

    The interesting...
  34. Sorry, there is lots of stuff here that I have...

    Sorry, there is lots of stuff here that I have not used... Like this display, or library or...

    But for example: the mcufriend_special_3.h file has some areas commented out for T4.x...
    ...
  35. Yep: most of mine I put in have timeouts... like:...

    Yep: most of mine I put in have timeouts... like: while (!Serial && millis() < 5000) ;
    This will wait up till 5 seconds from the time the teensy starts until it has terminal monitor...
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    It maybe depends on how hard you really want/need...

    It maybe depends on how hard you really want/need to get the old binary code...

    Warning I have never tried any of this, but maybe if you can setup a hardware debugger to connect to your T3.2, then...
  37. Sorry not sure exactly what is going on or what...

    Sorry not sure exactly what is going on or what you tested...

    But your code has things like:


    while(!Serial) {
    ; // wait for serial port to connect. Needed for native USB
    }
    ...
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    Sounds good, Downloaded... Luckily I only hit...

    Sounds good,

    Downloaded... Luckily I only hit this I believe twice before, so will try hitting program button and hopefully never see it again...
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    @mcrc - Not sure what else to try. With the...

    @mcrc - Not sure what else to try.

    With the test sketch I have tried with three different keyboards and I tried building all of the different USB types that support keyboard on MMOD... Yes could...
  40. My guess is that this later PR has not be...

    My guess is that this later PR has not be incorporated yet into Teensyduino.
    I believe it is: https://github.com/PaulStoffregen/cores/pull/526
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    Forgot to ask which Teensy? I have been testing...

    Forgot to ask which Teensy? I have been testing with 4.x ... actually right now MMOD
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    Not sure what to suggest here... I tried three...

    Not sure what to suggest here... I tried three different keyboards And they are able to control things on my Window 10 64 bit machine...

    Wondering fi the HyperX installs it's own driver to...
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    Probably need additional information, like:...

    Probably need additional information, like:
    Which Keyboard?
    What computer (I am assuming Windows 10? 32 or 64 bit?
    Which version of Arduino and Teensyduino?

    Do those keys work on your...
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    @all - I just pushed up a new branch with a quick...

    @all - I just pushed up a new branch with a quick and dirty Keyboard forwarder sketch.
    Which is up at: https://github.com/KurtE/USBHost_t36/tree/KeyboardForeward

    Be interesting to see if it works...
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    @Paul @mcrc - I am thinking we probably should...

    @Paul @mcrc - I am thinking we probably should have an example keyboard forward sketch in the library...

    Also wondering if we should Pull in the PRs from a couple of years ago to help with this...
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    Which Teensy? Note: I don't know any library...

    Which Teensy?

    Note: I don't know any library that supports it directly...
    But for example T4.x, the LPSPI chapter talks about Dual/Quad transfers.
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    Again Sorry, I am more up on the Host side and...

    Again Sorry, I am more up on the Host side and less on the send to the pc side...

    I am pretty sure you will need to do a little mapping of the addresses before you pass it along...

    That is: ...
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    Have you tried running the USB Host example...

    Have you tried running the USB Host example sketches? Like the mouse.ino?
    I know there should be one specific for keyboard...


    keyboard1.attachPress(OnPress);
    ...
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    Actually I have two of them around here... But as...

    Actually I have two of them around here... But as mentioned converted most of my testing to Paul's board and my own, which has some issues...

    Problem for me with Sparkfun boards is none of them...
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    Note: During the MicroMod Teensy beta - one of...

    Note: During the MicroMod Teensy beta - one of the main board I used was the ATP board. The board is fine for Teensy without changes>

    If you are looking at the thing on their page:

    I know you...
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