deepsleep,serdata in PocketC Architect

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Postby ampca on Wed Jan 11, 2006 11:32 am

I can not found deepsleep() and serdata() in PocketC directory (in *.oc files).
It is possible with PocketC Architect to start any action afeter few hours (deepsleep) or at specifed time/data?
What is the serdata() replacement in PocketC Architect?
Thanks
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Postby dewey on Mon Jan 23, 2006 2:42 am

serdata() was inadvertantly not included, which will be fixed in 4.0.1. The equivalent method is Serial.recvcheck(). The code in pc_serial.oc should include:

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int serdata() {
  return _serial.recvcheck();
}
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Postby ampca on Tue Jan 24, 2006 4:31 pm

<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by dewey</i>
<br />serdata() was inadvertantly not included, which will be fixed in 4.0.1. The equivalent method is Serial.recvcheck(). The code in pc_serial.oc should include:

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int serdata() {
  return _serial.recvcheck();
}

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Thanks
Enter this function between
#if __ORBC__
int serdata ...
#endif
works fine.
But add the definiton in pc_serial.oc (as PDOC) on my TE do nothing.

The files pc_*.oc as PDOC will be ingnored. They can be deletet from PDA
But if I delete PDOCs with title like add-ins/OrbSerial.oc.pdb from my PDA then i get a Error "File:pc_serial.oc Line 4 unable to open file 'add-ins/OrbSerial.oc'".
Why I have to install add-ins/*.oc on PDA as PDOC, whereas the pc_*.oc PDOCs are not necessary on PDA.
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Postby dewey on Wed Jan 25, 2006 4:09 am

All the pc_ headers are built into the compiler. Add-ins are not, since they are more optional.
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