On Aug 30, 2010, at 1:48 PM, Michael Plante wrote:
> Given this, I'd suggest one of two approaches (with the same end goal):
> 1) build everything bottom-up cleanly, like I did, and never set a high
> latency timer
> 2) get some basic code working with a very high latency timer (sounds like
> 64 might be good. think the max is 255), and then insert all your sync code
> later when you want to speed things up
> I wouldn't suggest leaving the latency timer high forever, because that's
> not a solid fix. I mentioned it just to get you off the ground, if
I intend to do this cleanly at some point, this is definitely very alpha for
now. Just waiting until i can get it to work.
>>> answers always seem to sync up with commands.
> You might also try the "send immediate" byte, and see if answers pop up when
> you send that, too. I don't remember.
I had tried that, but it was before I had a clearer understanding of how it all
works. I'll try that too.
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