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INDI Library v1.9.0 Released (23 Apr 2021)

Major INDI Library release v1.9.0 bring significant internal changes championed by @pawel-soja to modernize core INDI Library drivers and clients. New drivers for DeepSkyDad Flat Panel & Pegasus devices plus further improvements to PCM8 drivers.

How does Ekos set the environment temperature?

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I managed to run the debugger, and of course we get a null pointer for the property "TemperatureNP".
I also tried to understand the indi driver code, what the difference between TemperatureN and TemperatureNP is. But I think I would need help here.
1 year 1 month ago #53579

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where exactly? can you share more details
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Hello Jasem,

In focus.cpp, method Focus::setAutoFocusResult, I always get a null pointer when trying to access the Temperature property (although the logs show the temperature, and it is displayed in the INDI control panel):
INDI::Property * np = currentFocuser->getProperty("TemperatureNP");

Meanwhile, I noticed I could get temperature value updates in Focus::processFocusNumber.
This is even better.
I will perform some tests and will soon propose my code for the feature.

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TemperatureNP is the variable name in the INDI driver, not the property name. The property name is FOCUS_TEMPERATURE
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Just reviving this thread. Is there any news regarding possibly being able to have a temperature dependent auto-focus?


Thanks, Wouter
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Hello,
The feature is under review here:
phabricator.kde.org/D29821
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Also, while recently distracted by AD archive tool and PHD2 logViewer support (and trying to get some dark time imaging in as well), I do still intend to investigate adding the "else clause" referenced at the beginning of this thread so that folks with more generalized temperature sensors (e.g. PPB, PPB-V2) can have correlated focus/temperature log entries. I hope this data will lead to real-time, temperature based focus adjustments between images. Ideally, for well behaved setups, this could reduce the need for full focusing runs to start of night and/or one-off adjustments.
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Please let us know when this has been merged so those of us using the nightly builds can start testing this.
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1 year 1 month ago #54228

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KStars migrated to Gitlab: invent.kde.org/education/kstars

So please re-submit the PR there so it can be reviewed and merged.
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invent.kde.org/education/kstars says:
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Important Note: Do not submit Pull Requests to Github. KStars repository on Github is just a mirror. All PRs will be closed automatically. To send patches to KStars, please use KDE's Phabricator system.

So I'm confused on the current interaction between Gitlab and Phabricator
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I need to fix that.. it's still true not to submit to Github, but instead to KDE's Gitlab
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Hello,

How do I submit it to gitlab?
Thanks.

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Florian
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