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Re: IRremoteTools.cpp:5: error: 'TKD2' was not declared in this scope

Member Andrés91
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‎05-07-2014 12:31 PM
‎05-07-2014 12:31 PM

Buenas tardes

Tengo un problema para iniciar la utilizacion de LIFA por q no me deja cargar el archivo en la placa arduino UNO.

Al compliar el archivo me sale el siguiente error:

IRremoteTools.cpp:5: error: 'TKD2' was not declared in this scope

ERROR.png

Me gustaria que me colaboraran para solucionar este problema lo antes posible.

Mucas gracias

Espero pronta respuesta.

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Member epi
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Has fixed this problem someone?

I have the same problem.

Thank you.

epi

Member victor_86
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I have the same problem. I'm using LabView 2014 in win8. Board Arduino Uno and Arduino-1.0.6.

Is there any solution?

C:\arduino-1.0.6\libraries\RobotIRremote\IRremoteTools.cpp:5: error: 'TKD2' was not declared in this scope

Tengo el mismo problema. Hay alguna solución? Quizá con versiones anteriores de LabView no pase??

Gracias

Member raul_utb
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Solucion:

Cargar LIFA Base con esta version anterior "arduino-1.0.5-r2-windows.exe" u otras versiones antiguas como 1.01 IDE.

El problema era al usar la version reciente "arduino-1.5.6-r2-windows.exe".

Tenía el mismo error de TKD2.

Probado con Arduino UNO en Windows XP sp3 y la version del compilador "arduino-1.0.5-r2-windows.exe".

Member pingodu
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Poxa Fiz TODO Passo Certo, Demora pra caramba Baixar de Todos os Programas para no FIM aparecer ESSE Erro alguem SABE Como resolver ESSE problema.

Member Davius
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SOLUCIÓN:

Al igual que raul_utb, solucione el problema al regresar a la versión arduino-1.0.5-r2, probado en Windows 8 Single Language de 64 bits.

Gracias Raúl.

Member eangelesco
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Asi es, la solucion es cargar LIFA_BASE desde la version IDE 1.05-r2

Member 68Sherm
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This happened to me, too.  I tracked down the error it was referring to, (a file in the C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\libraries\RobotIRremote folder) and changed the name of the RobotIRremote folder just to remove it from the path, and it compiled fine after that.  If you are using any files from there, it might be a problem, but for my purposes it didn't lead to any difficulties. 

Member jonespiko
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  If you are using any files from there, it might be a problem, but for my purposes it didn't lead to any difficulties.

Member jonespiko
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Member Drejc88
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Solution is:

1) Go to computer -> go to (CSmiley Happy -> program files (x86) -> Arduino -> libraries -> RobotIRremote

2) Move files IRemote.cpp, IRemote.h, IRemoteInt.h, IRemoteTools.cpp and IRemoteTools.h to the desktop or somewhere out of primary Arduino map (you can even delete them but rather not maybe you will need those files)

Note: If Arduino map is not in program files (x86) than it's where you have saved it.

Have fun!

Member rahul33
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thank u so much.......

Drejc88 wrote:


                       

Solution is:

1) Go to computer -> go to (CSmiley Happy -> program files (x86) -> Arduino -> libraries -> RobotIRremote

2) Move files IRemote.cpp, IRemote.h, IRemoteInt.h, IRemoteTools.cpp and IRemoteTools.h to the desktop or somewhere out of primary Arduino map (you can even delete them but rather not maybe you will need those files)

Note: If Arduino map is not in program files (x86) than it's where you have saved it.

Have fun!


                   
Member meetrajesh
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Hello.. I recently purchased Arduino UNO Board.. I complied and uploaded few examples successfully.. Later on I went for its LabVIEW interface which I downloaded from VI Package Manager.. Then I flashed the board with LIFA_base firmware and wrote one simple program on LabVIEW and simulated it correctly.. Then I again tried to compile and run a few examples through Arduino IDE.. But today when I again tried the Arduino with LabVIEW, it is unable to upload the program to the board.. It is showing the error "avrdude: ser_open(): can't open device "\\.\COM6": The system cannot find the file specified.".. I am new to all these stuff.. so can u plz help me out

Active Participant hrh1818
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When you up loaded an Arduno sketch after using LIFA you over wrote your previous installation of LIFA .  For the example you described you need to reinstall the LIFA base. to run LIFA. 

You can only store and run one sketch on an Arduino board.  Any time you upload and run a different sketch the Arduino IDE overwrites the previous sketch,

Member mohmdth120
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i have problem with arduino interface with labview

when i upload lifa_base .....

error compiling

C:\Users\aser\AppData\Local\Temp\build1470297735381860292.tmp\LIFA_Base.cpp.o: In function `loop':

E:\arduino-1.5.6-r2/LIFA_Base.ino:59: undefined reference to `checkForCommand()'

E:\arduino-1.5.6-r2/LIFA_Base.ino:65: undefined reference to `sampleContinously()'

C:\Users\aser\AppData\Local\Temp\build1470297735381860292.tmp\LIFA_Base.cpp.o: In function `setup':

E:\arduino-1.5.6-r2/LIFA_Base.ino:39: undefined reference to `syncLV()'

please help me

Member SHADOWFREE8000
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Gracias por la ayuda, this solution si me funciono. El Programa en sí incovenientes pecado de carga.


Member Vv92
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I found an alternative method

goto the sketch labviewinterface and then comment the section of IRtransmit and also the line in the variables section : irsend IRSEND;