Search found 119 matches

by dolpheen
09 Apr 2015 20:49
Forum: Device specific
Topic: ZXT-120
Replies: 5
Views: 6649

Re: ZXT-120

I have ZXT-120 on test but i use it to control my TV :) I use 2.0.1-rc24 and there are some issues in ZDDX parameter description configuration (for ex. with parameter no 27 that needed for learning and device type selection). So I did all the configuration via API. In user interface it's show as hea...
by dolpheen
09 Apr 2015 19:33
Forum: Recipes
Topic: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters
Replies: 20
Views: 14907

Re: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters

Yes, the syntax for this little automation programming language you are developing. I'm not so tough guy at the moment to create new language :) It's just a pure Javascript with some syntactic sugar to handle common task in automation in an easy way. I got what you mean and I'll do some pattern des...
by dolpheen
08 Apr 2015 21:21
Forum: Recipes
Topic: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters
Replies: 20
Views: 14907

Re: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters

Do you plan to write a formal syntax (e.g. in EBNF or similar?) for this? Not clear, what kind of syntax, do you mean. Ssyntax for device selection query? All the proposals are welcome at the moment, as I see, an application of this module is to easily create basic and more common used algorithms f...
by dolpheen
08 Apr 2015 20:13
Forum: Recipes
Topic: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters
Replies: 20
Views: 14907

Re: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters

So, here is an update (1.0.1) with code optimized and device query patterns extended (with remarks from pofs) ) Now you can do the next selections to operate on //select two dimmers from different fooms and set level to 50 _z('lamp on desk in cabinet, dimmer2 in kitchen').setLevel(50) // switch 'lam...
by dolpheen
07 Apr 2015 23:17
Forum: Recipes
Topic: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters
Replies: 20
Views: 14907

Re: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters

I suppose to have the device query in more natural lanuage without special characters (the dark plan is to attach a speech engine and be a competitor for HomeKit and Siri :) ) Yes, there could be trade-off between ambigious/unambigious request, but we can provide a choice for user to clarify it. _z(...
by dolpheen
07 Apr 2015 21:04
Forum: Recipes
Topic: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters
Replies: 20
Views: 14907

Re: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters

And how would your parser behave if I have device named "all lights"? :) It will select device 'all lights' in your house (It's really 'all lights' that you want to operate on isn't it? :)) But if you select 'all lights in kitchen' then it will selects all lights in kitchen, but if you have 'all li...
by dolpheen
07 Apr 2015 18:56
Forum: Recipes
Topic: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters
Replies: 20
Views: 14907

Re: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters

When I started to use the module in real wordl :) I found that selecting devices can be ambiguous. For example we can have several devices with the same name in rooms. I thought of different solution to this (like some special signs in names or function calls to select room), but I forgot the main r...
by dolpheen
07 Apr 2015 16:28
Forum: Recipes
Topic: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters
Replies: 20
Views: 14907

Re: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters

Looks like the delay() command can be used only for acuators at the moment :) (that normally always powered or FLiRS). We need some examples from real world of applying delay to battery device (in wich situation we need to send command to battery device?) Anyway it's a good remark to think on when d...
by dolpheen
07 Apr 2015 15:59
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: Fibaro FGK-101 first start
Replies: 23
Views: 8038

Re: Fibaro FGK-101 first start

Your log seems OK.
Also I don't know any manufacturer at the moment that provide firmware file.
I suppose that it's a hardware problem with your device.
by dolpheen
07 Apr 2015 15:54
Forum: Recipes
Topic: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters
Replies: 20
Views: 14907

Re: [userMODULE] eaZy Logic for starters

Thanks for the remark pofs . Yes, the chain logic is far from optimal. I'm going to use 'promises' instead of direct timers between calls. And direct access to physic devices is also needed for chain mechanism as you proposed and some algorithms. For example, I need to check how much time has passed...