Thursday, January 11, 2018

Why all the code pushed up to GitHub?

Some folks may have noted a LOT of code pushed up to Github over the past few days. 

I am refreshing the DC Generator controller design, including bringing it up to a like level of OSEnergy support as the Alternator Regulator.

As I do the software porting / refresh there will be changes to the Alternator Regulator source code which is not directly related to the Alternator Regulator, but are being made to allow common source code / code reuse with the DC Generator controller.  Mostly it is naming, and use of #defines and include files.

Some of the edits include changes in the support libs RV-C, so make sure to bring down and update both the source and the libs directory on your local machine.

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