- I couldn't get my i2c OLED to work with the February build of NodeMCU. My firmware is based on that.
- A user from Chicago reported problems with Olimex modules. I ordered a pair of them because they'd make ideal platforms for throwies with their 2MByte (as opposed to 512kByte) i2c flash.
- It all seems to be open source now, so I can redistribute the firmware freely. Although it looks like a blend of quite a few flavours of open source licenses.
What I have done up to now:
- Installed the espressif ubuntu image from here
- Installed the build environment with pfalcon's excellent esp-open-sdk
- Downloaded NodeMCU sources from the master branch
I have made the following changes to the code:
- In ./app/include/user_config.h around line 50, comment in #define LUA_NUMBER_INTEGRAL to reduce overall memory requirements
- Changed line 10 in ./app/include/user_version.h to #define NODE_VERSION "NodeMCU 0.9.5/AReResearch", so I can see I am on my homebaked version when the module boots up
- In ./app/include/lwip/app/dhcpserver.h add #define USE_DNS somewhere (around line 54)
I have not changed the Buffer size:
Line 545 in ./app/lua/luaconf.h is currenlty left at:
#define LUAL_BUFFERSIZE ((BUFSIZ)*4)
This had caused problems with the dns-liar.lua script in the past. If it still does, I will change that.
With regards to the 2MByte Olimex modules, the code defaults to "auto" for the flash size. But I'll have to wait for the modules to arrive to check that out.
That worked ok.
Next step: try it on an Olimex MOD-WIFI-ESP8266-DEV