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BMP085 i2c
#11
Good work. I've got such a sensor
 
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#12
In regard to guideliness. Try to follow what you see in the other protocols and what you read on the pilight website.
 
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#13
Hey Hendrik,

Did you made any progress? Tomorrow is the Last day of my seasonal Vacation and would be happy to assist you by testing and so on.

Thx!
 
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#14
I'm ready to commit. I'm currently synchronizing my changes and will commit tonight. I will leave another post afterwards.

After pulling my changes and recompiling the code you will be able to use the BMP180 protocol as follows:

Code:
"devices": {
        "bmp180": {
                "protocol": [ "bmp180" ],
                "id": [{
                        "id": "0x77"
                }],
                "temperature": 0,
                "pressure": 0,
                "oversampling": 3
        }
},
...
"gui": {
        "bmp180": {
                "name": "Barometric Pressure and Temperature",
                "group": [ "Living Room" ]
        }
},
...

For detailed options see code (bmp180.c).

Cheers!
 
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#15
I'm still a beginner with Git and I'm facing a problem when trying to push my commit to upstream using Eclipse: "git-receive-pack not permitted". I will deal with that issue tomorrow.
 
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#16
Finally I've created pull request #125 to propose my changes to the repository.
 
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#17
Thanks Smile I will guide you through it there.
 
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#18
Hey Curlymo,

wenn will you merge the Protocol on Github?

Thanks!
 
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#19
When Hendrik is fully done.
 
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#20
My implementation is completed. Yesterday I've aligned the code with the latest development status (cp. latest commit). Altogether it should be ready to be merged, Curlymo.
 
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