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SOLVED CoDrone code Error
Hello CoDrone Team,
I am trying to upload the default program to the controller, however there seems to be an issue with the code, potentially I am referencing the incorrect library or some other setting is off? I have checked and rechecked that I am using the correct port and that I'm using the right board. The error message I received is below, hope you can help!
Arduino: 1.8.7 (Mac OS X), Board: "Rokit-SmartInventor-mega32_v2" /var/folders/zr/qk8zmyj16pd2ky1rzv_32smm0000gn/T/arduino_modified_sketch_801748/FlightController.ino: In function 'void setup()': FlightController:17:11: error: 'class CoDroneClass' has no member named 'pair' CoDrone.pair(Nearest); ^ FlightController:17:16: error: 'Nearest' was not declared in this scope CoDrone.pair(Nearest); ^ /var/folders/zr/qk8zmyj16pd2ky1rzv_32smm0000gn/T/arduino_modified_sketch_801748/FlightController.ino: In function 'void loop()': FlightController:36:13: error: 'class CoDroneClass' has no member named 'emergencyStop' CoDrone.emergencyStop(); ^ FlightController:42:14: error: 'class CoDroneClass' has no member named 'land' CoDrone.land(); ^ FlightController:55:13: error: 'class CoDroneClass' has no member named 'move' CoDrone.move(ROLL,PITCH,YAW,THROTTLE); // Send the new flight commands ^ Multiple libraries were found for "CoDrone.h" Used: /Users/c-macv/Documents/Arduino/libraries/CoDrone Not used: /Users/c-macv/Documents/Arduino/libraries/arduino_945461 exit status 1 'class CoDroneClass' has no member named 'pair' /Users/c-macv/Documents/Arduino/libraries/arduino_945461/examples/Controller/FlightController/FlightController.ino This report would have more information with "Show verbose output during compilation" option enabled in File -> Preferences.
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@Currah Great to hear! Glad you were able to have it resolved. Cheers!
Hi @robolink_wes, thanks for the quick reply! I had version 2.1.1 installed, but I looked in the Arduino library folder and also had an older version of the CoDrone library installed that was being referenced by the code rather than v2.1.1. I moved the older version to the trash and everything worked smoothly. Thank you for alerting me to the potential library issues!
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Hi @Currah! It looks like you may not have the latest CoDrone library downloaded in Arduino. Can you go to Sketch > Include Library > Library Manager..., then type "CoDrone" in the top right search bar after the window has finished loading.
You should see version 2.1.1 as the version installed. If not, you'll need to be on the latest version to use the functions that are giving you errors.
Give that a try, and let me know if you're still seeing the issue.