|License||GNU General Public License 3+|
|Author||Bill Porter/Paul Kourany|
|All Versions||2.1.3, 2.1.2, 2.1.1, 2.1.0|
Inter-device Serial communications adapted for Particle devices
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Adapted for Particle devices by Paul Kourany, Feb 12, 2016 Updated to Libraries 2.0, Jan 29, 2017
details and example sketch: http://www.billporter.info/easytransfer-arduino-library/
Brought to you by: Bill Porter htp://www.billporter.info
Lib version history 1.0 Created 1.1 Fixed dumb Copy-paste error in header file Added a keyword file 1.5 Forked lib into Software and Hardware Serial branches, I don't know a better way added passing in of Serial port of different types 1.6 Fixed bug where it wasn't clearing out the buffers if the CheckSum failed, I'm good at dumb mistakes 1.7 Fixed a bug where the receive function could block for too long and never process data correctly Organized the examples to be Arduino IDE compatible 1.8 Now Arduino 1.0 compatible! 1.81 Made it more cross compatible. Man, They really made us work for this one. 2.0 Combined SoftEasyTransfer with the other two to make everything one repo Added EasyTransferVirtualWire library for use with Virtual Wire and cheap radios. 2.0.1 VirtualWire version tested by garth@netram, bugs fixed. 2.1 Changes RX parsing buffer to dynamic allocation to conserve RAM.
You can change the Serial port, but the Struct size must not pass 255 bytes
The protcol is as follows: Header(0x06,0x85),SizeofPayload,Payload,Checksum
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See the examples to find out how to use the library.