demcanulty wrote:I've got to remember to copy my response before I send, I keep spending too long writing a post and then I lose my writing buffer when I click submit and it makes me log in.
demcanulty wrote:It would really be aided by being able to read off presets - the editor could read them off and then know what it was listening for. Then it could send LED commands for live display of the active sensor.
demcanulty wrote:Having a client able to rip presets from the board is high on the to-do list, I'd really like to get it into the final release of 1.2, but I'm not sure yet if that will happen. I'm mailing the lead programmer for the editor about it now.
demcanulty wrote: With NAMM coming up there hasn't been time for major new firmware code, but if we're not releasing until after NAMM, then maybe while Keith and everybody is down in LA, Conner and I can get 'preset sucking', as we've come to call it, implemented. Preset hoovering?
demcanulty wrote:Also the sysex documentation is looking really good! There is an overarching logic to the general sysex commands that I'll try to share, probably over that NAMM period where I'll be a little more free. For the non-firmware and preset updating stuff, there's basically a consistent header, and then a two-byte payload that is the command to execute.
demcanulty wrote: Once I share out the format, I'll probably go ahead and share all the current commands, which means you guys will probably get raw sensor access a little sooner than otherwise.
demcanulty wrote: I'll have to talk to Keith about it because he has wanted us to release raw sensor modes and the sensor cooking SDK at the same time. That's still a ways off yet, so he might not mind me sharing a little bit more under the hood as long as there's not a big to-do about it that makes life difficult for the pr side of things.
demcanulty wrote: I will either get it into the 1.2 release version or I will release a special beta 1.2 version to the forums that can be used for experimentation.
demcanulty wrote: I think it might be fun actually. I just need to get a computing environment that can run all your code to be able to appreciate it and give decent feedback.
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