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/* * $Id: README.txt 131 2012-12-05 20:08:45Z xander $ */ -= Note =- These drivers are for RobotC 3.55 beta 2 and higher and are part of the version 3.2 of the 3rd Party RobotC Drivers suite. What's new in 3.2? * Added new example for the Mindsensors Angle Sensor * Added filtering capabilities to the Mindsensors IMU driver * Added configuration and initial setup programs for NXT2WIFI * You now need to configure a custom profile for the NXT2WIFI in order for the examples to work. See benedetelli-nxt2wifi-config.c for details * Added SMUX support for HiTechnic IR Seeker V2 enhanced mode through Sensor MUX. Big thanks to Gus from HT for sending me the code and examples! * dWiFi has undergone major changes, I need some people to help me test some of this stuff. * Minor bug fixes in HiTechnic Angle Sensor and Compass * Minimum version of ROBOTC is now 3.55 beta 2, which you can download here:, this has to do with a casting bug in 3.54 that affects many drivers. -= API Documentation =- The complete API documentation can be found in the html folder. Just point your browser at the index.html file. -= Downloads and support =- These drivers can also be downloaded from: The documentation is hosted here: For support questions, please use the RobotC 3rd party sensors forum: Thanks, Xander Soldaat ( /* * $Id: README.txt 131 2012-12-05 20:08:45Z xander $ */
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