This is the main Sming Component containing all architecture-independent code. All architecture-specific stuff is in either Sming (Esp8266) or Sming (Host).
Default baud rate for serial port.
This will recompile your application to use the revised baud rate. Note that this will change the default speed used for both flashing and serial comms. See also Esptool and Terminal for further details.
The default rate for serial ports is 115200 baud. You can change it like this:
Debug information log level and format
When compiled in debug mode (:envvar:SMING_RELEASE undefined) there are four debug levels in increasing level of verbosity:
2: information (default)
Change it like this:
Set this to 1 to include the filename and line number in every line of debug output. This will require extra space on flash.
If you change these settings and want them applied to Sming, not just your project, then you’ll need to recompile all components like this:
make components-clean make DEBUG_VERBOSE_LEVEL=3
By default, this value is undefined to produce a build with debug output. To build for release, do this:
This remains in force until you change it back:
Sming can format dates/time values based on a country code identified by this value. This is provided as a #define symbol for your application to use. See Sming/Core/SmingLocale.h for further details.
0 (Default) 1 - Remove core networking support
Applications which do not require networking can set this flag to avoid building or linking the core Networking Support library.
This will reduce build times, application size and RAM usage. Builds will not succeeded if network code has been inadvertently included.
0 (Default) 1 - Exclude WiFi initialisation code
Keeps the core Networking Support library but excludes WiFi code. Applications using ethernet can use this to reduce code size. See Basic Ethernet.
- Installable File System
- Networking Support
- Storage Management
- Arch Driver
- AXTLS 8266
- Bear SSL
- Cryptographic Support
- HTTP Parser
- b64: Base64 Encoding/Decoding Routines
- Simple RPC
- SSL: Secure Sockets Layer