Re: Sweeperino?

matjaz
 

Working, tnx .
Now I try to make PCB Board.
 
73 Matjaz S56ZVD
 

Sent: Friday, February 15, 2019 5:45 PM
Subject: Re: [BITX20] Sweeperino?
 
Karl's answer will fix your issues. You must have both INO files in the same directory. If you do not see the primary file names on tabs in the IDE, you do not have them in the same directory.
 
Jack, W8TEE
 
On Friday, February 15, 2019, 11:31:44 AM EST, matjaz via Groups.Io <matjaz_zejn@...> wrote:
 
 
Hey,
tnx for ansver and instruction how to.
Karl Heinz tnx , I try with Si5351a.ino in the same place.
Still recevied mistake.
This is original file from https://github.com/afarhan/antuino Made by
Afarhan.
Include file with errors.

By and 73 Matjaz  S56ZVD

On Fri, 15 Feb 2019 14:53:18 +0000 (UTC), "Jack Purdum via Groups.Io"
<jjpurdum=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
> Matjaz:
> The Arduino GNU compiler performs type checking on function arguments,
> which means it needs to have what is called a function prototype. For
> example, suppose you write a function named MySquare() that takes an
> integer variable as its argument:
> int MySquare(int number){ return number * number;}
>
> The compiler needs to know things about this function before it can
> properly compile the program. To fix this, add this line at the very top
> of your program:
> long MySquare(int number); // This is a function prototype for
MySquare()
> When the compiler reads the function prototype, it takes the attributes
> of the function (e.g., it returns a_ long_, it takes an _int _as an
> argument, and its ID is _MyFunction_) and stores that information in
> something called a symbol table. Later in the program when you use this
> function, the compiler can look in the symbol table to check that you're
> passing the correct data type to it (_int_) and assigning what is
> returned from the function into a matching (_long_) data type The error
> in yellow below is an example of the compiler not finding a function
> prototype.
> The first error means that the definition of _xtal_freq_calibrated _was
> not found in the compiler's symbol table by the time it reached that
> point in the program. If this is someone else's code that you copied,
> this could be as simple as misspelling the variable name. Whatever the
> reason, it's caused by that variable not being in the symbol table. To
> more fully understand these types of errors, try reading:
> What is Scope? [1]
>
> WHAT IS SCOPE?
>
> What is Scope?
>
> and see if that helps.
> Jack, W8TEE
> (aka econjack)
>
>    On Friday, February 15, 2019, 9:25:09 AM EST, matjaz via Groups.Io
> wrote: 
>
>  Hello,
> I try to compile antuino, but recevied many errors.
>
> Best regards
>
> Matjaz
>
>
C:antuinoantuino-masterantuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2.ino:
> In function 'int calibrateClock()':
>
> antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2:62: error: 'xtal_freq_calibrated' was not
> declared in this scope
>
>  prev_calibration = xtal_freq_calibrated;
>
>  ^
>
> antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2:65: error: 'si5351aSetFrequency_clk1' was not
> declared in this scope
>
>  si5351aSetFrequency_clk1(10000000l);
>
>  ^
>
>
C:antuinoantuino-masterantuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2.ino:
> In function 'void takeReading(long int)':
>
> antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2:300: error: 'si5351aSetFrequency_clk2' was not
> declared in this scope
>
>  si5351aSetFrequency_clk2(local_osc);
>
>  ^
>
> antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2:304: error: 'si5351aSetFrequency_clk0' was not
> declared in this scope
>
>  si5351aSetFrequency_clk0(newfreq);
>
>  ^
>
> antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2:311: error: 'si5351aSetFrequency_clk1' was not
> declared in this scope
>
>  si5351aSetFrequency_clk1(newfreq);
>
>  ^
>
>
C:antuinoantuino-masterantuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2.ino:
> In function 'void setup()':
>
> antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2:326: error: 'xtal_freq_calibrated' was not
> declared in this scope
>
>  EEPROM.get(MASTER_CAL, xtal_freq_calibrated);
>
>  ^
>
> antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2:352: error: 'si5351aOutputOff' was not
declared
> in this scope
>
>  si5351aOutputOff(SI_CLK0_CONTROL);
>
>  ^
>
>
C:antuinoantuino-masterantuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2.ino:
> In function 'int menuSelectAntAnalyzer(int)':
>
> antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2:535: error: 'si5351aOutputOff' was not
declared
> in this scope
>
>  si5351aOutputOff(SI_CLK0_CONTROL);
>
>  ^
>
>
C:antuinoantuino-masterantuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2.ino:
> In function 'int menuCalibrate2(int)':
>
> antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2:594: error: 'si5351aOutputOff' was not
declared
> in this scope
>
>  si5351aOutputOff(SI_CLK0_CONTROL);
>
>  ^
>
>
C:antuinoantuino-masterantuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2.ino:
> In function 'int menuSelectMeasurementRx(int)':
>
> antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2:614: error: 'si5351aOutputOff' was not
declared
> in this scope
>
>  si5351aOutputOff(SI_CLK0_CONTROL);
>
>  ^
>
>
C:antuinoantuino-masterantuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2.ino:
> In function 'int menuSelectNetworkAnalyzer(int)':
>
> antuino_analyzer_27mhz_v2:633: error: 'si5351aOutputOff' was not
declared
> in this scope
>
>  si5351aOutputOff(SI_CLK1_CONTROL);
>
>  ^
>
> exit status 1
> 'xtal_freq_calibrated' was not declared in this scope
>
> On Fri, 15 Feb 2019 18:05:46 +0530, "Ashhar Farhan"
> wrote:
>> Of all, this should be your first project. It will all the others.- f
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