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Announce: panstamp-java 2.2, panstamp-tools 1.0.3
02-18-2016, 06:17 AM (This post was last modified: 02-18-2016 06:17 AM by GideonLeGrange.)
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Announce: panstamp-java 2.2, panstamp-tools 1.0.3
I've released version 2.2 of panstamp-java:

* Added requestValue() to Endpoint and Register to send SWAP query messages out to query registers/endpoints.
* Fixed bug in NumberEndpoint which caused data corruption in some cases.

https://github.com/GideonLeGrange/panstamp-java/

I've released version 1.0.3 of panstamp-tools:

* Version 1.0.3 brings the application up to date with version 2.2 of the panstamp-java library.
* It also introduces the ability to send a query message to a panStamp by selecting 'Request value' from the Endpoint or Register menus.

https://github.com/GideonLeGrange/panstamp-tools

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02-19-2016, 06:33 PM
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RE: Announce: panstamp-java 2.2, panstamp-tools 1.0.3
Can you tell us a bit more of how to use that library, if it requires a panstamp/modem on a RPi for example ?
Is it used/integrated in some home automation suite (openHab) ? Or some Android app ?

<nitpick>BTW, I only took a quick look at semver.org, but should it be 2.2.0 if you respect the rules ? </nitpick>
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02-19-2016, 07:24 PM
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RE: Announce: panstamp-java 2.2, panstamp-tools 1.0.3
(02-19-2016 06:33 PM)tochinet Wrote:  Can you tell us a bit more of how to use that library, if it requires a panstamp/modem on a RPi for example ?
Is it used/integrated in some home automation suite (openHab) ? Or some Android app ?

There are three projects, two which were mentioned in my post.

* panstamp-java - A Java library for working with panStamp Arduino devices
* panstamp-tools - A a Java based GUI tool for configuring and monitoring PanStamp networks.
* panStamp openHAB binding - A panStamp binding for openHAB.

panstamp-tools and the openHAB binding both use the library.

Using the library or the openHAB binding requires a panStamp running the modem application connected to computer capable of running Java. This can be an RPi with panStamp shield, I know of one user who uses that. It can of course also be a panStamp plugged into a USB panStick.

The GUI can be used over serial (panStick/RPi Shield) or TCP/IP.

If you want to know more about using the library in your own applications, check out the Wiki I wrote https://github.com/GideonLeGrange/panstamp-java/wiki

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01-16-2017, 12:30 AM
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RE: Announce: panstamp-java 2.2, panstamp-tools 1.0.3
Hi,

I use the panstamp Tools GUI Java program version 1.0.3. from Gideon.
I think I found a small bug there, when connecting to panstamp battery boards, as the Firmware version is not displayed, but stays 0 all times.

in the SWAP messages window one can see however, that the panstamp is sending the appropriate message announcing its FW version.

Is this a known bug or is there anything more to configure differently. All other values for product code, HW version etc are displayed properly.

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Martin
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01-17-2017, 04:42 PM
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RE: Announce: panstamp-java 2.2, panstamp-tools 1.0.3
(01-16-2017 12:30 AM)mernst Wrote:  I use the panstamp Tools GUI Java program version 1.0.3. from Gideon.
I think I found a small bug there, when connecting to panstamp battery boards, as the Firmware version is not displayed, but stays 0 all times.

in the SWAP messages window one can see however, that the panstamp is sending the appropriate message announcing its FW version.


It does sound like a bug but I wasn't aware of it. I'll dust off some panStamps on the weekend and take a look.

Gideon

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02-05-2017, 01:08 PM (This post was last modified: 02-05-2017 01:40 PM by beamish.)
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RE: Announce: panstamp-java 2.2, panstamp-tools 1.0.3
I have been runnig the panstanp-tools GUI with some success, however I cannot get it to load the XML device files. I know the device files are not at fault because they work in swapdmt-gui. Should the XML definition directory as set in Preferences be the directory that contains devices.xml, or is it devices.xml itself? I have tried both, without success. I plan eventually to use OpeHAB with the Java panstamp plugin, but I would like to get the panstamp-tools working first.
Regards,
Garth

(02-05-2017 01:08 PM)beamish Wrote:  I have been runnig the panstanp-tools GUI with some success, however I cannot get it to load the XML device files. I know the device files are not at fault because they work in swapdmt-gui. Should the XML definition directory as set in Preferences be the directory that contains devices.xml, or is it devices.xml itself? I have tried both, without success. I plan eventually to use OpeHAB with the Java panstamp plugin, but I would like to get the panstamp-tools working first.
Regards,
Garth

It suddely started working mysteriously - I was using the directory that devices.xml is in at the time.
Thanks,
Cheers,
Garth


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