Maybe I just overlook something.
I try to compile this code with (
make PLATFORM=photon APP=test_battery)
I get errors when building on commands that are supported since 0.6.1.
applications/test_battery/application.cpp: In function 'void setup()': applications/test_battery/application.cpp:24:23: error: 'class TimeClass' has no member named 'isValid' Serial.println(Time.isValid());
I had the assumption that my firmware in the directory was up to date.
I did run the following lines in the terminal in the firmware directory.
git clone https://github.com/spark/firmware.git git checkout latest
The latest gives me the confirmation:
Already on 'latest' Your branch is up-to-date with 'origin/latest'.
My Photons are already running the right firmware (done with the Particle update), although I think that doesn’t matter, since I’m just compiling.