I would like to use the FW1906 LED strip.
It has 24V so with 6 LEDs in series.
The colors are GRB Colder White, Warmer White, not used.
This is achieved by a double controller with 6 LED color signals.
So the shift from controller (set) to controller is 6 and not the normal 3 color values.
At the bottom is the sequence explained.
If you pick up the master branch, you will now have NeoGrbcwxFeature - feature with color order of GRB Colder White, Warmer White, and an ignore channel x. RgbwwColor - color object that includes a WW (warmer white) and CW (colder white).
Note: WW and CW are relative to each other rather than specific technical warm white and cold white. So, if you have a neutral and cold, WW = neutral. If you have a warm and neutral, then CW = neutral.
If you have all three, WW, NW, and CW, then thats a whole other issue that needs to be created.
If have installed the tools and followed the step in Compiling WLED - WLED Project
But it stops during compilation of the master (+ #3298 added with the “gh pr checkout 3298”).
My device is the WT32-ETH01 so I presume I need the “default_envs = esp32_eth”.
The errors during build are:
Compiling .pio/build/esp32_eth/src/wled_eeprom.cpp.o xtensa-esp32-elf-g++: error: wled00/wled00.ino.cpp: No such file or directory xtensa-esp32-elf-g++: fatal error: no input files
In the mentioned folder a file wled00,ino does exist, but not the wled00.ino.cpp
An other strange point (or lack of knowledge):
Before I could download your changes I had to commit my changes to platformio.ini.
Now I see them in this view.
I looks as if i have changed the github and not my local version.
Or is this just a representation of all the changes seen from a git point of view inside my local machine and also including the github history?
If I do a build inside PlatformIO I do have the feeling it is just compiling from gtihub and not from my local machine. In that case the succesfull compilation still doesn´t have your code.
Can you explain to me what I’m doing wrong.