Back-up camera: How can I overlay a grid overtop of the video stream to give perpective to the image?
Is there some way to set the lines to always be on top?
Is there any plan to support H.264 camera video format? It is too hard to find any new camera still supporting MJPEG. They are all now in H.264 format.
I am sending a message on PGN 55808 form a different source address than the Iqan module (from 250/0 instead of SA 33 which is the Iqan MD4). When I send the message - the engine sends a response back to SA 250 (0/250 on PGN 55808) which I can see on the bus with IqanAnalyse. If I read this channel (PGN 55808) with the Iqan - the response does not show up. Is there a way I can see the response to SA 250 with the Iqan MD4 set to SA 33?
We would like to convert from C++ to IQAN design.
I can very easily convert from if else to IQAN function.
But I dont convert from while to IQAN function.
So we can create while function then it s fake.
Now How can we do "while" or "for" in the IQAN design?
Is there a way to reduce it?
Because we use a source control system for ours software and it become huge quickly because of the size of this project.
It would be great to be able to split the project files in differents files, making more easy to use source control system. But it would be complicate because of the Get Project capability.
Better still how about introducing on-line editing for making simple changes and for de-bugging!!
I have a system with an MC31 and a MD4. The major portion of the application runs on the MC31.
I used to be able to update the MD4 via ethernet, then it re-booted in some gateway mode and continued to update the MC31 acting as some ethernet to CAN bridge. This was a great feature. Since a while, maybe since 3.19, the firmware loads into the MD4 via ethernet, reboots and waits for the MC31 but nothing happens. I have waited many minutes and the update never completes. This is using the same hardware and wiring that used to work. Is this a know issue?
Also, maybe un-realated, I now have issues seeing values in debug mode when connected via ethernet, but everything is fine on CAN. Could the parker CAN link between the MC31 and MD4 be saturated? This would explain the bad debug performance as well as the reflash issues.
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