UiFlow 2.0 Alpha verison discuss(how-to, bug, feature request or sometings)
Jruys last edited by
Potential bug: When I add a function, any blocks in there seem to go "disabled" - I have to manually enable every bit of it. After saving and loading, all blocks are disabled again.
Am I missing something?
Thanks - JW
IAMLIUBO last edited by
Sorry for that happened, we'll look into this.
Bug in "get UTC time"
- year returned is +30 (2053 instead of 2023)
- month is OK
- day returned is -1 (17 instead or 18)
- hour is OK
- minute is OK
Bug in "get system uptime in seconds"
- value is increasing correctly second by second but the value returned is HUGE!!!
problem with some m5Burner version 3 on OSX:
different versions where released on the website but they are all identified 3.0.0, which is confusing...
- the one of April 9 2022, which doesn't work with atomS3
- the one of January 13 2023 which works
you should increased the last one to 3.0.1 to avoid any confusion for long time users
Could you unlock from UIFlow 2 the capability to code in micropython…
@flex What do you mean as you can work direct in micropython without UIFlow using REPL
@IAMLIUBO With the S3's having the internal USB adapter, the S3's can now act as USB drives.
Can we get a UF2 boot loader so that Stamp and Atom S3's can now be programmed like Microbit and Circuitpython devices (USB storage devices.)
UIFlow make it easier to upload and test code through the cloud and also to draft the screen UI on the atomS3
And also rhrough the uIFlow cloud it is ok to develop through an ipad as it doesn’t offer USB-C to serial
@IAMLIUBO Error with the TOF Unit with Alpha7
Connected to Serial Port! >>> >>> import gc >>> gc.collect() >>> paste mode; Ctrl-C to cancel, Ctrl-D to finish === import os, sys, io === import M5 === from M5 import * === from hardware import * === from unit.tof import ToF === from unit import * === title0 = None === label0 = None === i2c0 = None === tof_0 = None === def setup(): === global title0, label0, i2c0, tof_0 === i2c0 = I2C(0, scl=Pin(1), sda=Pin(2), freq=100000) === tof_0 = ToF(i2c0) === M5.begin() === title0 = Widgets.Title("Title", 3, 0xFFFFFF, 0x0000FF, Widgets.FONTS.DejaVu18) === label0 = Widgets.Label("Text", 23, 58, 1.0, 0xffffff, 0x222222, Widgets.FONTS.DejaVu18) === title0.setText('TOF Unit') === label0.setFont(Widgets.FONTS.DejaVu9) === def loop(): === global title0, label0, i2c0, tof_0 === M5.update() === label0.setText(str(((str('Distance: ') + str((tof_0.get_distance())))))) === if __name__ == '__main__': === try: === setup() === while True: === loop() === except (Exception, KeyboardInterrupt) as e: === try: === from utility import print_error_msg === print_error_msg(e) === except ImportError: === print("please update to latest firmware") === === === Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 28, in <module> File "<stdin>", line 23, in loop File "driver/vl53l0x.py", line 521, in get_distance AttributeError: 'VL53L0X' object has no attribute 'range'
@flex @IAMLIUBO @ajb2k3
bug in "get UTC time" and "get system uptime in seconds" for AtomS3 and UIFlow2/micropython 1.19.1 is probably related to a confusion handling Unix time 1970 and Unix time 2000 (as 30 years difference returned)
teastain last edited by
@iamliubo can someone from M5Stack please check the AtomS3 GitHub “Issues”.
I have one outstanding and another question to ask, but no one is there?
@flex Some people and groups cant use the cloud platform and so local programming like with the microbic and RPI is needed for them