I’ve installed the Particle for RPi and so far this seems like an awesome product!
My first project was to set a GPIO high/low, but I’ve had som troubles doing this.
It seems like the Tinker firmware isn’t implemented in correspondence with the RPi pinout.
I have a relay set on Pin #7 on RPi. When looking into the pinout this should correspond to D0. I would then expect Tinker to be called with digitalWrite(D0=HIGH) to set this port as OUT and HIGH (Using the console online).
Using the console-tool gpio, I find that this is not the case. It works with D4.
Can someone tell me if this is by design, and the rationale behind?