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    • #5356
      Denis MajrichDenis Majrich
      Participant

      Hello, I have downloaded the firmware and all of the required libraries but when I try to upload the firmware to the ESP it gives me this error:

      call of overloaded ‘abs(unsigned int)’ is ambiguous

      At this line:

      levelCrossing.servoAngleIncrementPerSec = abs(levelCrossingConfiguration.bbAnglePrimaryUp – levelCrossingConfiguration.bbAnglePrimaryDown) * 1000 / levelCrossingConfiguration.bbClosingPeriod_ms;

    • #5369
      Andrew HewittAndrew Hewitt
      Participant

      I have the same problems with the file that i must place in the correct folder

    • #5374
      Matthias RunteMatthias Runte
      Keymaster

      I believe that this problem was reported before, and I also believe that the problem had to do with board manager version. Can you check if this forum thread helps you?

      MattzoLayoutController

      Search for “abs()” and you’ll find the post(s).

      Thanks!

    • #5375
      Matthias RunteMatthias Runte
      Keymaster

      I believe that this problem was reported before, and I also believe that the problem had to do with board manager version. Can you check if this forum thread helps you?

      MattzoLayoutController

      Search for “abs()” and you’ll find the post(s).

      Thanks!

    • #5413
      Károly LónichKároly Lónich
      Participant

      Update: I was careless. The referred thread above and the General firmware section also describe that the 2.4.7 board manager version is supported only. Indeed with this version it compiles without error.
      Hi,
      I’m trying to upload the latest firmware but this error is still comming up. If I comment out the realted level crossing lines then it compiles without error. Could anybody resolve this issue?
      Thanks,
      Karoly

      • This reply was modified 22 hours, 18 minutes ago by Károly LónichKároly Lónich. Reason: Update
      • #5460
        Matthias RunteMatthias Runte
        Keymaster

        Hello Karoly,
        we investigated the abs() problem again and we found the solution for it (or Hilbert did, to be precisely).

        I have just released firmware 0.6. The problem should be fixed now.

        Cheers,
        Mattze

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