Can T Load Smart Utilities Library Code 8
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can t load smart utilities library code 8
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Some, like clovis1122 here and others in that issue thread, have questioned why a web app would need access to these libraries and why the necessary tasks can't be completed on the server side instead. I can't speak for everyone, but my use case is that, when authenticating a user account, Strapi responds with a JSON Web Token string that must be decoded by the client. Since the necessary library depends on crypto and stream, you won't be able to extract the JWT expiration time unless those dependencies are available.
I know that this topic has been previously submitted, but I cannot find any resolution. I recently upgraded from 1.6.7 to 1.6.8. After making sure that U8GLIB was added to the library (via the sketch add library function) and editing the configuration.h file for the proper lcd (reprap_discont_full_graphic_smart_controller) I get the error message shown above. The full message is:
I am not sure what code you are referring to. I am trying to recompile Marlin with a minor change to my stepper parameters. I get the error when compiling marlin for upload to my arduino. The Marlin code is 1.0.1 I believe.
Please check to verify the version so I can be sure I'm using the same code as you. Is there any particular reason you're using 1.0.1? I see in the release notes "This version has various known issues.We recommend using 1.0.2-1 or newer." If there are any configuration changes you've made other than the reprap_discont_full_graphic_smart_controller thing let me know(or you could just attach your code). Also what do you have selected in Tools > Board?
OK, I'm with you now. I have Marlin 1.0.2-1 on my PC. Also I have discovered that I only get the error if I uncomment the define for the rerap_discount_full_graphic_smart_controller. With that statement undefined, Marlin compiles and uploads to the printer with no error.
I am trying to load the program on an Elecrow smart plant watering kit that came with a bad program. I am almost there but I am getting the error message clib/u8 g.h: no such file or directory. I have been looking but I cant find that file. Can anyone help? Thanks
Watermaid:I am trying to load the program on an Elecrow smart plant watering kit that came with a bad program. I am almost there but I am getting the error message clib/u8 g.h: no such file or directory. I have been looking but I cant find that file. Can anyone help? Thanks
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