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  1. Hi, I have a communication problem between my Pro Trinket and the FT2232HQ of my CMOD A7 board. Briefly, I would like to trigger an interrupt on the Microblaze by sending a byte from the Trinket with the SoftwareSerial write() function. To this purpose I use a USB HOST Controller Board (http://www.hobbytronics.co.uk/usb-host-board-v2) programmed with serial drivers for FTDI. According to http://www.hobbytronics.co.uk/usb-host-serial, the drivers are tested to work with FT2232H FTDI. The question is, are the drivers for FT2232HQ and for FT2232H the same, or equivalent, or should I use an other USB Host Controller board? Thank you in advance, Antonio
  2. Hello, I have a compile error with the SoftwareSerial library included in ChipKit-core 1.1.0.-18 (the latest released build for manual install at this time). I need the SoftwareSerial.h library for several external devices, but it will not compile the headers on ChipKit boards. I am able to build against the Arduino and Adafruit boards, but all of the Cerebot and ChipKit boards exhibit the same error. Any help would be appreciated. Environment: Arduino IDE 1.6.8 ChipKit-core 1.1.0-18 (latest release build manually installed, also exposed error in 1.1.0.-13)) uC32 (but tested on other Arduino, Adafruit, and ChipKit platforms) The code to reproduce for me is very simple: #include <SoftwareSerial.h> void setup() { // put your setup code here, to run once: } void loop() { // put your main code here, to run repeatedly: } Just including the SoftwareSerial.h library and selecting any ChipKit device gives these errors: Arduino: 1.6.8 (Windows 8.1), Board: "chipKIT uC32" C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\arduino-builder -dump-prefs -logger=machine -hardware "C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\hardware" -hardware [Lots of successful file builds] IC:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\cores\pic32" "-IC:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\variants\uC32" "-IC:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial" "C:\Users\Aaron\AppData\Local\Temp\buildf71554d8a69c5d822f0c8bd06bd78dc0.tmp\sketch\SoftwareSerialExample.ino.cpp" -o "C:\Users\Aaron\AppData\Local\Temp\buildf71554d8a69c5d822f0c8bd06bd78dc0.tmp\sketch\SoftwareSerialExample.ino.cpp.o" In file included from C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial\examples\SoftwareSerialExample\SoftwareSerialExample.ino:20:0: C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:68:16: error: '_IOPORT_PC' was not declared in this scope { _BV(14), _IOPORT_PC}, // CN0 - RC14 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:69:16: error: '_IOPORT_PC' was not declared in this scope { _BV(13), _IOPORT_PC}, // CN1 - RC13 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:70:16: error: '_IOPORT_PB' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 0), _IOPORT_PB}, // CN2 - RB0 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:71:16: error: '_IOPORT_PB' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 1), _IOPORT_PB}, // CN3 - RB1 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:72:16: error: '_IOPORT_PB' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 2), _IOPORT_PB}, // CN4 - RB2 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:73:16: error: '_IOPORT_PB' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 3), _IOPORT_PB}, // CN5 - RB3 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:74:16: error: '_IOPORT_PB' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 4), _IOPORT_PB}, // CN6 - RB4 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:75:16: error: '_IOPORT_PB' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 5), _IOPORT_PB}, // CN7 - RB5 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:76:16: error: '_IOPORT_PG' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 6), _IOPORT_PG}, // CN8 - RG6 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:77:16: error: '_IOPORT_PG' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 7), _IOPORT_PG}, // CN9 - RG7 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:78:16: error: '_IOPORT_PG' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 8), _IOPORT_PG}, // CN10 - RG8 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:79:16: error: '_IOPORT_PG' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 9), _IOPORT_PG}, // CN11 - RG9 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:80:16: error: '_IOPORT_PB' was not declared in this scope { _BV(15), _IOPORT_PB}, // CN12 - RB15 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:81:16: error: '_IOPORT_PD' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 4), _IOPORT_PD}, // CN13 - RD4 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:82:16: error: '_IOPORT_PD' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 5), _IOPORT_PD}, // CN14 - RD5 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:83:16: error: '_IOPORT_PD' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 6), _IOPORT_PD}, // CN15 - RD6 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:84:16: error: '_IOPORT_PD' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 7), _IOPORT_PD}, // CN16 - RD7 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:85:16: error: '_IOPORT_PF' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 4), _IOPORT_PF}, // CN17 - RF4 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:86:16: error: '_IOPORT_PF' was not declared in this scope { _BV( 5), _IOPORT_PF}, // CN18 - RF5 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:87:16: error: '_IOPORT_PD' was not declared in this scope { _BV(13), _IOPORT_PD}, // CN19 - RD13 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:88:16: error: '_IOPORT_PD' was not declared in this scope { _BV(14), _IOPORT_PD}, // CN20 - RD14 ^ C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial/SoftwareSerial.h:89:16: error: '_IOPORT_PD' was not declared in this scope { _BV(15), _IOPORT_PD}, // CN21 - RD15 ^ Using library SoftwareSerial in folder: C:\Users\Aaron\Documents\Arduino\hardware\chipkit-core\pic32\libraries\SoftwareSerial (legacy) exit status 255 Error compiling for board chipKIT uC32. So, what's broken? I've : Tested on two different PCs (windows 7 & windows 8.1) Tried two manually installed release versions of ChipKit-core Compiled on other platforms with complete success (using their libraries) What should be done next?