• Engineering

    STM32CubeIDE FreeRTOS Include Paths

    This was odd. I’m noting here so 1) I don’t forget and 2) in case anyone else runs into this. My STM32CubeIDE 1.4.0 based project was building fine, I used the STM32CubeMX editor to unlink PC13 from the user button since it was limiting my RTC configuration. On saving and re-generating, a bunch of my FreeRTOS includes stopped being found by the compiler. Scrutinzing the diff of my .cproject file showed all of the paths had been removed from the configuration. I added them all back in and the project resumed building normally. It is possible this is because I’ve switched to Windows based development for this project, or it…

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  • Engineering

    Connected Home Over IP… Progress!

    Announced today: Project Connected Home over IP Connectivity Standard Developing Into Reality Follow along at: https://www.connectedhomeip.com/ Or on GitHub: https://github.com/project-chip/connectedhomeip#connected-home-over-ip

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  • DotNET,  Engineering,  WordPress

    Faster WordPress via .NET with PeachPie

    I heard about the PeachPie project recently on the Channel 9 podcast (one of my favorite podcasts) – it allows you to compile PHP and WordPress (and plugins) into .NET. As expected, there is a performance boost and also as expected, you don’t have to worry about arbitrary PHP running on your site – AND you end up being able to select and build the exact versions of WordPress and the plugins you’d like kinda like package.json does for modern Javascript apps. I haven’t tried it yet, but the idea of a performance and security boost and, oh yeah, the ability to write plugins in .NET is enticing for projects…

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