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Thanks very much -)
Is the sparkles a big job or are you just mulling the philosophy? 🙂
PS broadcast GetVersion will create a Version sensor value
Sorry – posts crossed – I meant drkepmton to post 🙂
But I can look at your issues as well Mike 🙂
Sounds a bit like the python prog is sending data too fast for Scratch to keep up
Can you send me a copy of the script your running please
Try the latest release – I’ve had it running overnight without failure – lets see what happens at your end
Sorry no (Home DIY took over my life for a week)
I’ll see waht I can dtermine over the weekend (and add some more features if I can)
I’ve got the basics working 🙂
- This reply was modified 6 years, 5 months ago by Simon.
I left mine running overnight and it crashed at sometime as well running a different script (BTW D doesn’t work properly in current version)
I changed to using HI / LO for current Crumble syntax compatibility .
Do you have a copy of the Scratch script you were running at the time please?
Should be available later on tonight 🙂
Scratch controls the Crumble by sending commands over the USB one at a time – so no Crumble program is created.
the plan is to eventually compile the Scratch program into a Crumble program (as long as the Scratch program doesn’t use features that the Crumble doesn’t understand of course)
It already does motors – I jsut forget to say 🙂
Hi – I’ll be the one doing the Scratch interface.
Traditionally with the Arduino for instance, you can code it its native language which it retains when unplugged or you can get it to run as a serial command device programmed in a non-native language which won’t work when its un-plugged.
Initially, thats what I’ll get going on the Crumble.
However, I’ve already got a Scratch code -> Crumble code compiler (its just handles outputs on/off at moment) so that’s one method of getting code to work un-plugged.
The other approach is the way MBlock have done it with their Arduinio approach but at the moment their code hasn’t been open-sourced (although they’ve promised to do this)