[C.CC USERS] Fwd: Compiler erorrs.
sducksworth at gmail.com
Fri Sep 10 16:12:25 BST 2010
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From: Sam Ducksworth <sducksworth at gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 9:26 AM
Subject: Re: [C.CC USERS] Compiler erorrs.
To: Matt Jadud <matt at concurrency.cc>
I changed to #INCLUDE "rcx/<libname>.occ" and that fixed it.
My experiments are based on the example code in the following document:
I had to change a couple of things to get it to compile:
use LCD.FIGURE.STANDING instead of LCD.STANDING
use sleep.ms() instead of sleep()
Very good paper by the way.
On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 5:42 AM, Matt Jadud <matt at concurrency.cc> wrote:
> Hi Sam,
> On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 05:47, Jon Simpson <me at jonsimpson.co.uk> wrote:
>> I'll look into this further when I get to the office and check my
>> suspicions, but at first glance it seems that the #INCLUDE "LCD.occ"
>> line should be #INCLUDE "rcx/LCD.occ". The MILLIS constant is in
>> common.occ, so you probably need #INCLUDE "rcx/common.occ" too - all
>> of the library code lives within an 'rcx' directory in 'lib'.
> This may help. It never made it online anywhere simply because...
> because it didn't. As we bring the RCX/NXT back to life, this document
> may become useful/relevant again.
> For the moment, I've attached it here. I make little claim as to its
> utility as a "stand-alone" document -- I wrote it very quickly as part
> of an introduction to occam-pi. Further, I was present to answer
> questions, so that means that things may be missing or unclear from
> this booklet that would otherwise be easy to handle in person, but
> might require you to ask questions. But, it is better than nothing,
> and it was written with the RCX in mind.
> See if it helps, and let me know how you get on.
> If it is useful, let me know, and I'll re-render it with a CC license
> and put it on the website.
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