Aiko

The "Eleven" is our Uno-equivalent Arduino-compatible board, but with a number of improvements including prototyping area, a mini-USB connector, LEDs mounted near the edge, and the D13 LED isolated using a FET. [Product page]
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KiwiPaul
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Aiko

Post by KiwiPaul » Thu Nov 06, 2014 6:56 am

Hi please what do I need to do after installing the libraries to get the compiler to like any of the akio statements? I don't want my code to hang around doing nothing while waiting for a delay to time out.

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Re: Aiko

Post by andrew » Thu Nov 06, 2014 11:48 am

What do you mean by "akio" statements? :)

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Re: Aiko

Post by KiwiPaul » Thu Nov 06, 2014 5:19 pm

Hi Thanks for your interest,
after including the library ,<AikoEvents.h>, the - using namespace Aiko; and any others like Events.addHandler(........); wont compile with the errors: 'Aiko is not a namespace - name'

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Re: Aiko

Post by andrew » Thu Nov 06, 2014 9:03 pm

KiwiPaul wrote:Hi Thanks for your interest,
after including the library ,<AikoEvents.h>, the - using namespace Aiko; and any others like Events.addHandler(........); wont compile with the errors: 'Aiko is not a namespace - name'
Oh Andy's Aiko system.
Could you please reply with your code?

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