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  • Modified a comment on ticket #72 on owfs and owhttpd

    Do you use the --w1 or the --i2c= host adaptor option? If the latter, did you disable the w1 kernel driver (or at least the ds2482 module)? That's because if both the w1 kernel driver and owfs are accessing the DS2482-800, such problems are inevitable.

  • Posted a comment on ticket #72 on owfs and owhttpd

    Do you use the --w1 or the --i2c= host adaptor option? If the latter, did you disable the w1 kernel driver (or at least the ds2482 module)? That's because of both the w1 kernel driver and owfs are accessing the DS2482-800, such problems are inevitable.

  • Posted a comment on ticket #40 on owfs and owhttpd

    Please check whether v3.2p1 fixes your problem.

  • Committed [5c3961]

    fixed a problem with gcc<7.1 and clang introduced by commit c44db863a324bff4608639981ca05f73b43ab275

  • Committed [a1d1b9]

    Release 3.2p1

  • Modified a comment on ticket #40 on owfs and owhttpd

    Could you please check whether replacing __attribute__ ((fallthrough)); by [[clang::fallthrough]]; heals this problem? You have to do it at several places. If so, I would prepare a macro for this then. Related: Is there a standard way to tell clang and gcc apart?

  • Posted a comment on ticket #40 on owfs and owhttpd

    Could you please check whether replacing __attribute__ ((fallthrough)); with [[clang::fallthrough]]; heals this problem? You have to do it at several places. If so, I would prepare a macro for this then. Related: Is there a standard way to tell clang and gcc apart?

  • Posted a comment on ticket #41 on owfs and owhttpd

    Fixed in commit 9f54d7f7ee4c79c8c9f07ba9eb576c0c0f361c29. Thanks for reporting.

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