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# Contributing to the IRremoteESP8266 library
:+1::tada: First off, thanks for taking the time to contribute! :tada::+1:
The following is a set of guidelines for contributing to the IRremoteESP8266 library, hosted on GitHub. These are guidelines, [not rules](http://imgur.com/mSHi8). Use your best judgment, and feel free to propose changes to this document in a pull request.
#### Table Of Contents
[Code of Conduct](#code-of-conduct)
[How Can I Contribute?](#how-can-i-contribute)
* [Reporting Bugs](#reporting-bugs)
* [Pull Requests](#pull-requests)
[Styleguides](#styleguides)
* [Google C++ Style Guide](https://google.github.io/styleguide/cppguide.html)
* [Git Commit Messages](#git-commit-messages)
## Code of Conduct
This project and everyone participating in it is governed by the principle of ["Be excellent to each other"](http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096928/quotes). That's it. TL;DR: _Don't be a jerk._
## How Can I Contribute?
### Reporting Bugs
This section guides you through submitting a bug report for the library. Following these guidelines helps maintainers and the community understand your report :pencil:, reproduce the behavior :computer: :computer:, and find related reports :mag_right:.
Before creating bug reports, please check [this list](#before-submitting-a-bug-report) as you might find out that you don't need to create one. When you are creating a bug report, please [include as much detail as possible](#how-do-i-submit-a-good-bug-report). Fill out [the required template](issue_template.md), the information it asks for helps us resolve issues faster.
> **Note:** If you find a **Closed** issue that seems like it's the same thing that you're experiencing, open a new issue and include a link to the original issue in the body of your new one.
#### Before Submitting A Bug Report
* **Check the [Troubleshooting Guide](https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/wiki/Troubleshooting-Guide).** You might be able to find the cause of the problem and fix it yourself. Most importantly, check if you can reproduce the problem in the latest version (a.k.a. 'master') of the library.
* **Perform a [cursory search](https://github.com/issues?q=+is%3Aissue+repo%3Amarkszabo/IRremoteESP8266)** to see if the problem is already reported. If it has **and the issue is still open**, add a comment to the existing issue instead of opening a new one.
#### How Do I Submit A (Good) Bug Report?
Bugs are tracked as [GitHub issues](https://guides.github.com/features/issues/). Create an issue and provide the following information by filling in [the template](issue_template.md).
Explain the problem and include any additional details to help maintainers reproduce the problem:
* **Use a clear and descriptive title** for the issue to identify the problem.
* **Describe the exact steps which reproduce the problem** in as much detail as possible.
* **Provide specific examples to demonstrate the steps**. Include links to files or GitHub projects, or copy/pasteable snippets, which you use in those examples. If you're providing snippets in the issue, use [Markdown code blocks](https://help.github.com/articles/markdown-basics/#multiple-lines).
* **Describe the behavior you observed after following the steps** and point out what exactly is the problem with that behavior.
* **Explain which behavior you expected to see instead and why.**
* **If the problem wasn't triggered by a specific action**, describe what you were doing before the problem happened and share more information using the guidelines below.
Provide more context by answering these questions:
* **Can you reproduce the problem in one of the code examples?**
* **Did the problem start happening recently** (e.g. after updating to a new version of Arduino or the library) or was this always a problem?
* If the problem started happening recently, **can you reproduce the problem in an older version of the library?** What's the most recent version in which the problem doesn't happen? You can download older versions of the library from [the releases page](https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/releases).
* **Can you reliably reproduce the issue?** If not, provide details about how often the problem happens and under which conditions it normally happens.
Include details about your configuration, circuit and environment:
* **Which version of the library are you using?** You can get the exact version by inspecting the `library.json` file in the root directory of the library.
* **What board are you running this on?**
### Pull Requests
* Do not include issue numbers in the PR title
* Include as much data and comments as practicle.
* Follow the [C++ style guide](https://google.github.io/styleguide/cppguide.html).
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* In almost all cases, code & documentation should be peer-reviewed by at least one other contributor.
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* State if you have tested this under real conditions if you have, and what other tests you may have carried out.
### Git Commit Messages
* Limit the first line to 72 characters or less
* Reference issues and pull requests liberally after the first line
* Humour is always acceptable. Be liberal with it. ;-)
* While not required, a comprehensive description of all the changes in the PR is best.

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## Contributors of this project
### Main contributors & maintainers
- [Mark Szabo](https://github.com/markszabo/) : Initial IR sending on ESP8266
- [Sébastien Warin](https://github.com/sebastienwarin/) (http://sebastien.warin.fr) : Initial IR receiving on ESP8266
- [David Conran](https://github.com/crankyoldgit/)
- [Roi Dayan](https://github.com/roidayan/)
- [Marcos de Alcântara Marinho](https://github.com/marcosamarinho/)
- [Massimiliano Pinto](https://github.com/pintomax/)
- [Darsh Patel](https://github.com/darshkpatel/)
- [Jonny Graham](https://github.com/jonnygraham/)
- [Stu Fisher](https://github.com/stufisher/)
- [Jorge Cisneros](https://github.com/jorgecis/)
All contributors can be found on the [contributors site](https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/graphs/contributors).
### Contributors of the [original project](https://github.com/z3t0/Arduino-IRremote) can be found on the [original project's contributors page](https://github.com/z3t0/Arduino-IRremote/blob/master/Contributors.md)

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_(Please use this template for reporting issues. You can delete what ever is not relevant. Giving us this information will help us help you faster. Please also read the [FAQ](https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/wiki/Frequently-Asked-Questions) & [Troubleshooting Guide](https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/wiki/Troubleshooting-Guide). Your problem may already have an answer there.)_
### Version/revison of the library used
_Typically located in the `library.json` file in the root directory of the library.
e.g. v2.0.0, or 'master' as at 1st of June, 2017. etc._
### Expected behavior
_What steps did you do and what should it have done?_
e.g.
1. Initialise the IRsend class.
2. IRsend.sendFoobar(0xdeadbeef);
3. Foobar branded BBQ turns on and cooks me some ribs.
### Actual behavior
_What steps did you do, and what did or didn't actually happen?_
e.g.
1. Initialise the IRsend class.
2. IRsend.sendFoobar(0xdeadbeef);
3. Foobar BBQ went into Cow(er)-saving mode and fried me a couple of eggs instead.
#### Output of raw data from IRrecvDumpV2.ino (if applicable)
_Include some raw dumps of what the device saw._
### Steps to reproduce the behavior
_What can we do to (pref. reliably) repeat what is happening?_
#### Example code used
_Include all relevant code snippets or links to the actual code files. Tip: [How to quote your code so it is still readable](https://github.com/adam-p/markdown-here/wiki/Markdown-Cheatsheet#code)._
#### Circuit diagram and hardware used (if applicable)
_Link to an image of the circuit diagram used._
### I have followed the steps in the [Troubleshooting Guide](https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/wiki/Troubleshooting-Guide) & read the [FAQ](https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/wiki/Frequently-Asked-Questions)
_Yes/No._
### Other useful information
_More information is always welcome. Be verbose._

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#----------------------------------------#
# .gitingore for IRremoteESP8266 library #
#----------------------------------------#
### Files to ignore.
## Editors
# vi/vim
**/*.swp
## Build environments
# Platformio
**/.pioenvs/
**/.piolibdeps/
**/.clang_complete
**/.gcc-flags.json
examples/**/lib
examples/**/.travis.yml
examples/**/.gitignore
lib/readme.txt
lib/googletest/**/*
# GCC pre-compiled headers.
**/*.gch
# Unit Test builds
test/*.o
test/*.a
test/*_test
# Tools builds
tools/*.o
tools/*.a
tools/gc_decode
.pioenvs
.piolibdeps
.clang_complete
.gcc-flags.json

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[submodule "lib/googletest"]
path = lib/googletest
url = https://github.com/google/googletest.git

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language: c
env:
- BD=esp8266:esp8266:nodemcuv2:CpuFrequency=80,FlashSize=4M3M
- BD=esp8266:esp8266:d1_mini:CpuFrequency=80,FlashSize=4M3M
before_install:
- "/sbin/start-stop-daemon --start --quiet --pidfile /tmp/custom_xvfb_1.pid --make-pidfile --background --exec /usr/bin/Xvfb -- :1 -ac -screen 0 1280x1024x16"
- sleep 3
- export DISPLAY=:1.0
- wget http://downloads.arduino.cc/arduino-1.8.2-linux64.tar.xz
- tar xf arduino-1.8.2-linux64.tar.xz
- sudo mv arduino-1.8.2 /usr/local/share/arduino
- sudo ln -s /usr/local/share/arduino/arduino /usr/local/bin/arduino
- wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/google/styleguide/gh-pages/cpplint/cpplint.py
install:
- ln -s $PWD /usr/local/share/arduino/libraries/
- git clone https://github.com/tzapu/WiFiManager.git /usr/local/share/arduino/libraries/WiFiManager
- git clone https://github.com/knolleary/pubsubclient.git /usr/local/share/arduino/libraries/PubSubClient
- arduino --pref "boardsmanager.additional.urls=http://arduino.esp8266.com/stable/package_esp8266com_index.json" --save-prefs
- arduino --install-boards esp8266:esp8266
- arduino --board $BD --save-prefs
- arduino --pref "compiler.warning_level=all" --save-prefs
- sudo apt-get install jq
script:
# Check that everything compiles.
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/IRrecvDemo/IRrecvDemo.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/IRGCSendDemo/IRGCSendDemo.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/IRGCTCPServer/IRGCTCPServer.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/IRServer/IRServer.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/IRrecvDumpV2/IRrecvDumpV2.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/IRsendDemo/IRsendDemo.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/JVCPanasonicSendDemo/JVCPanasonicSendDemo.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/TurnOnDaikinAC/TurnOnDaikinAC.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/TurnOnFujitsuAC/TurnOnFujitsuAC.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/TurnOnKelvinatorAC/TurnOnKelvinatorAC.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/TurnOnMitsubishiAC/TurnOnMitsubishiAC.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/IRsendProntoDemo/IRsendProntoDemo.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/TurnOnTrotecAC/TurnOnTrotecAC.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/LGACSend/LGACSend.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/TurnOnArgoAC/TurnOnArgoAC.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/IRMQTTServer/IRMQTTServer.ino
- arduino --verify --board $BD $PWD/examples/TurnOnToshibaAC/TurnOnToshibaAC.ino
# Also check the tools programs compile.
- (cd tools; make all)
# Check for lint issues.
- shopt -s nullglob
- python cpplint.py --extensions=c,cc,cpp,ino --headers=h,hpp {src,test,tools}/*.{h,c,cc,cpp,hpp,ino} examples/*/*.{h,c,cc,cpp,hpp,ino}
- shopt -u nullglob
# Build and run the unit tests.
- (cd test; make run)
# Check the version numbers match.
- LIB_VERSION=$(egrep "^#define\s+_IRREMOTEESP8266_VERSION_\s+" src/IRremoteESP8266.h | cut -d\" -f2)
- test ${LIB_VERSION} == "$(jq -r .version library.json)"
- grep -q "^version=${LIB_VERSION}$" library.properties
notifications:
email:
on_success: change
on_failure: change

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set noparent
root=src
linelength=80

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# IRremote ESP8266 Library
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This library enables you to **send _and_ receive** infra-red signals on an [ESP8266 using the Arduino framework](https://github.com/esp8266/Arduino) using common 940nm IR LEDs and common IR receiver modules. e.g. TSOP{17,22,24,36,38,44,48}* etc.
## v2.3.2 Now Available
Version 2.3.2 of the library is now [available](https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/releases/latest). You can view the [Release Notes](ReleaseNotes.md) for all the significant changes.
#### Upgrading from pre-v2.0
Usage of the library slight changed at v2.0. You will need to change your usage to work with v2.0 and beyond. You can read more about the changes required on our [Upgrade to v2.0](https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/wiki/Upgrading-to-v2.0) page.
## Troubleshooting
Before reporting an issue or asking for help, please try to follow our [Troubleshooting Guide](https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/wiki/Troubleshooting-Guide) first.
## Frequently Asked Questions
Some common answers to common questions and problems are on our [F.A.Q. wiki page](https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/wiki/Frequently-Asked-Questions).
## Library History
This library was originally based on Ken Shirriff's work (https://github.com/shirriff/Arduino-IRremote/)
[Mark Szabo](https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266) has updated the IRsend class to work on ESP8266 and [Sebastien Warin](https://github.com/sebastienwarin/IRremoteESP8266) the receiving & decoding part (IRrecv class).
As of v2.0, the library was almost entirely re-written with the ESP8266's resources in mind.
## Installation
##### Official releases via the Arduino IDE v1.8+ (Windows & Linux)
1. Click the _"Sketch"_ -> _"Include Library"_ -> _"Manage Libraries..."_ Menu items.
1. Enter `IRremoteESP8266` into the _"Filter your search..."_ top right search box.
1. Click on the IRremoteESP8266 result of the search.
1. Select the version you wish to install and click _"Install"_.
##### Manual Installation for Windows
1. Click on _"Clone or Download"_ button, then _"[Download ZIP](https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/archive->master.zip)"_ on the page.
1. Extract the contents of the downloaded zip file.
1. Rename the extracted folder to _"IRremoteESP8266"_.
1. Move this folder to your libraries directory. (under windows: `C:\Users\YOURNAME\Documents\Arduino\libraries\`)
1. Restart your Arduino IDE.
1. Check out the examples.
##### Using Git to install library ( Linux )
```
cd ~/Arduino/libraries
git clone https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266.git
```
###### To Update to the latest version of the library
```
cd ~/Arduino/libraries/IRremoteESP8266 && git pull
```
## Unit Tests
_**For Library Developers**_<br>
The [Unit Tests](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unit_testing) under the [test/](https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/tree/master/test) directory are for a Unix machine, **not** the micro-controller (ESP8266).
The tests are for execution under [Travis](https://travis-ci.org/) and on a developer's machine.
All internal library code _must_ use [c99 exact-width type definitions](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C_data_types#Fixed-width_integer_types).
e.g. uint16_t etc.
You _must_ disable any Arduino/ESP8266 specific code _(e.g. `Serial.print()` etc.)_ using something like:
```
#ifndef UNIT_TEST
<Arduino specific code ...>
#endif
```
Unit Tests & Test Coverage are not perfect as we can not emulate hardware specific features and differences. e.g. Interrupts, GPIOs, CPU instruction timing etc, etc.
The example code has no unit tests.
To run all the tests yourself, try the following:
```
$ cd test
$ make run
```
## Contributing
If you want to [contribute](.github/CONTRIBUTING.md#how-can-i-contribute) to this project, consider:
- [Report](.github/CONTRIBUTING.md#reporting-bugs) bugs and errors
- Ask for enhancements
- Improve our documentation
- [Create issues](.github/CONTRIBUTING.md#reporting-bugs) and [pull requests](.github/CONTRIBUTING.md#pull-requests)
- Tell other people about this library
## Contributors
Available [here](.github/Contributors.md)

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# Release Notes
## _v2.3.2 (20180126)_
**[Bug Fixes]**
- Integer underflow caused device not to respond in `sendJVC()` (#401)
**[Features]**
- Initial support for sending & receiving Carrier HVAC codes. (#387)
- Add Pronto HEX code support to _gc_decode_ tool. (#388)
**[Misc]**
- Make mDNS independent of MQTT in IRMQTTServer example code. (#390 #391)
## _v2.3.1 (20171229)_
**[Bug Fixes]**
- Setting `#define SEND_FUJITSU_AC false` caused a compilation error (#375)
- Integer underflow caused huge `space()` in `sendGeneric()` (#381)
**[Features]**
- Support sending & receiving Lasertag codes. (#374)
- Reduce the library footprint by using a new `sendGeneric()` routine. (#373)
**[Misc]**
- Lots of grammar & typo fixes. (#378)
- Update keywords.txt for Arduino IDE users (#371)
- Update pins in examples so they are compatible with Adafruit boards. (#383)
## _v2.3.0 (20171208)_
**[Bug Fixes]**
- Panasonic-based protocols had incorrect message gap. (#358)
- Formatting error for large rawData values in example code. (#355)
- Off-by-one error in payload_copy malloc. (#337)
- Off-by-one error in unit test helper routines (#363)
**[Features]**
- Support sending and receiving Midea A/C codes.
- Support for receiving Kelvinator A/C codes. (#332)
- Support more operation features for Daikin A/Cs.
- Support for decoding Daikin A/Cs.
- Support sending and receiving Toshiba A/Cs. (#333)
- Support sending and receiving AR-DB1 Fujitsu A/C codes. (#367)
- Add new AutoAnalyseRawData.sh & RawToGlobalCache.sh tools (#345) (#343)
- Support for MagiQuest wands. (#365)
**[Misc]**
- Add checksum verification to Kelvinator A/C decodes. (#348)
- Changes to the threshold reporting of UNKNOWN messages (#347)
- Major re-work of Daikin A/C support.
- Sending for all A/Cs added to MQTT example code.
- MQTT example code improvements. (#334)
- IRrecvDumpV2 significant output improvements. (#363)
- Improved unit test coverage for the library.
## _v2.2.1 (20171025)_
**[Features]**
- Support for sending and decoding Nikai TV messages. (#311, #313)
- gc_decode: External utility to decode Global Cache codes. (#308, #312)
- IRMQTTServer: Example code to send IR messages via HTTP & MQTT. (#316, #323)
- Improve converting 64bit values to hexadecimal. (#318)
**[Misc]**
- IRrecvDump.ino code is now deprecated. Use IRrecvDumpV2.ino instead. (#314)
## _v2.2.0 (20170922)_
**[Bug Fixes]**
- Add printing output of RC-MM and RC-5X protocols in example code. (#284)
- LG timing improvements based on observations (#291)
**[Features]**
- Automatic capture timing calibration for some protocols. (#268)
- Support for creating & sending Trotec AC codes. (#279)
- Support for creating & sending Argo Ulisse 13 DCI codes. (#280 #300)
- Move to 2 microsecond timing resolution for capture of codes. (#287)
- Capture buffer changes:
- Size at runtime. (#276)
- Message timeout at runtime. (#294)
- Simplify creating & using a second buffer (#303)
- New example code:
- Trotec A/C (#279)
- LG A/C units (#289)
- Argo Ulisse 13 DCI codes. (#300)
## _v2.1.1 (20170711)_
**[Bug Fixes]**
- GlobalCache incorrectly using hardware offset for period calc. (#267)
**[Features]**
- Support reporting of 'NEC'-like 32-bit protocols. e.g. Apple TV remote (#265)
- Add an example of sendRaw() to IRsendDemo.ino (#270)
## _v2.1.0 (20170704)_
**[Features]**
- Support for sending Pronto IR codes. (#248)
- Support for sending Fujitsu A/C codes. (#88)
- Minor improvements to examples.
## _v2.0.3 (20170618)_
**[Bug fixes]**
- Capture buffer could become corrupt after large message, breaking subsequent decodes. (#253)
## _v2.0.2 (20170615)_
**[Bug fixes]**
- Correct decode issue introduced in v2.0.1 affecting multiple protocol decoders (#243)
- Correct post-message gap for the Panasonic protocol(s) (#245)
- Incorrect display of the decoded uint64_t value in the example code. (#245)
## _v2.0.1 (20170614)_
**[Bug fixes]**
- Decoding protocols when it doesn't detect a post-command gap, and there is no more data. (#243)
- Incorrect minimum size calculation when there is no post-command gap. (#243)
## _v2.0.0 - 64 bit support and major improvements (20170612)_
**[Misc]**
- This is almost a complete re-write of the library.
**[Features]**
- All suitable protocols now handle 64-bit data messages and are repeatable via an optional argument.
- Unit tests for all protocols.
- Far better and stricter decoding for most protocols.
- Address & command decoding for protocols where that information is available.
- Much more precise timing for generation of signals sent.
- Lower duty-cycles for some protocols.
- Several new protocols added, and some new sending and decoding routines for existing ones.
- Ability to optionally chose which protocols are included, enabling faster decoding and smaller code footprints if desired.
- Support for far larger capture buffers. (e.g. RAWLEN > 256)
**[Bug fixes]**
- Numerous bug fixes.
## _v1.2.0 (20170429)_
**[Features]**
- Add ability to copy IR capture buffer, and continue capturing. Means faster and better IR command decoding.
- Reduce IRAM usage by 28 bytes.
- Improve capture of RC-MM & Panasonic protocols.
- Upgrade IRrecvDumpV2 to new IR capture buffer. Much fewer corrupted/truncated IR messages.
## _v1.1.1 (20170413)_
**[Bug fixes]**
- Fix a reported problem when sending the LG protocol. Preemptive fix for possible similar cases.
- Fix minor issues in examples.
**[Features]**
- Add documentation to some examples to aid new people.
- Add ALPHA support for RC-MM protocol. (Known to be currently not 100% working.)

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/*
* IRremoteESP8266: IRsendGCDemo
* demonstrates sending Global Cache-formatted IR codes with IRsend
* Copyright 2009 Ken Shirriff
* http://arcfn.com
*
* Version 0.2 June, 2017
* Added helpful comments
* Better includes files.
* Version 0.1 30 March, 2016
* Based on Ken Shirriff's IrsendDemo
* Version 0.1 July, 2009
*
* An IR LED circuit *MUST* be connected to ESP8266 pin 4 (D2).
*
* TL;DR: The IR LED needs to be driven by a transistor for a good result.
*
* Suggested circuit:
* https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/wiki#ir-sending
*
* Common mistakes & tips:
* * Don't just connect the IR LED directly to the pin, it won't
* have enough current to drive the IR LED effectively.
* * Make sure you have the IR LED polarity correct.
* See: https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/polarity/diode-and-led-polarity
* * Typical digital camera/phones can be used to see if the IR LED is flashed.
* Replace the IR LED with a normal LED if you don't have a digital camera
* when debugging.
* * Avoid using the following pins unless you really know what you are doing:
* * Pin 0/D3: Can interfere with the boot/program mode & support circuits.
* * Pin 1/TX/TXD0: Any serial transmissions from the ESP8266 will interfere.
* * Pin 3/RX/RXD0: Any serial transmissions to the ESP8266 will interfere.
* * ESP-01 modules are tricky. We suggest you use a module with more GPIOs
* for your first time. e.g. ESP-12 etc.
*/
#ifndef UNIT_TEST
#include <Arduino.h>
#endif
#include <IRremoteESP8266.h>
#include <IRsend.h>
// Codes are in Global Cache format less the emitter ID and request ID.
// These codes can be found in GC's Control Tower database.
uint16_t Samsung_power_toggle[71] = {
38000, 1, 1, 170, 170, 20, 63, 20, 63, 20, 63, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20,
20, 20, 20, 20, 63, 20, 63, 20, 63, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20,
20, 20, 20, 63, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 20, 63, 20,
20, 20, 63, 20, 63, 20, 63, 20, 63, 20, 63, 20, 63, 20, 1798};
IRsend irsend(4); // An IR LED is controlled by GPIO pin 4 (D2)
void setup() {
irsend.begin();
Serial.begin(115200);
}
void loop() {
Serial.println("Toggling power");
#if SEND_GLOBALCACHE
irsend.sendGC(Samsung_power_toggle, 71);
#else // SEND_GLOBALCACHE
Serial.println("Can't send because SEND_GLOBALCACHE has been disabled.");
#endif // SEND_GLOBALCACHE
delay(10000);
}

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[platformio]
lib_extra_dirs = ../../
src_dir=.
[common]
build_flags =
lib_deps_builtin =
lib_deps_external =
[env:nodemcuv2]
platform = espressif8266
framework = arduino
board = nodemcuv2
build_flags = ${common.build_flags}
lib_deps =
${common.lib_deps_builtin}
${common.lib_deps_external}

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/*
* IRremoteESP8266: IRGCTCPServer - send Global Cache-formatted codes via TCP.
* An IR emitter must be connected to GPIO pin 4.
* Version 0.2 May, 2017
* Copyright 2016 Hisham Khalifa, http://www.hishamkhalifa.com
* Copyright 2017 David Conran
*
* Example command - Samsung TV power toggle: 38000,1,1,170,170,20,63,20,63,20,63,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,63,20,63,20,63,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,63,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,63,20,20,20,63,20,63,20,63,20,63,20,63,20,63,20,1798\r\n
* For more codes, visit: https://irdb.globalcache.com/
*
* How to use this program:
* 1) Update "ssid" and "password" below for your WIFI network.
* 2) Compile and upload the sketch to your ESP8266 module.
* 3) (Optional) Use the serial connection to confirm it started and get the
* IP address.
* 4) From a client machine, connect to port 4998 on the ESP8266, using
* 'telnet', 'nc' (netcat), 'putty' or similar command, etc.
* You may need to install one.
* Unix/OSX:
* Start a shell. Then type:
* telnet <esp8266deviceIPaddress> 4998
* Windows:
* Start a new CMD window, then type:
* telnet <esp8266deviceIPaddress> 4998
*
* 5) Enter a Global Cache-formatted code, starting at the frequency,
* and then a return/enter at the end. No spaces. e.g.:
*
* 38000,1,1,170,170,20,63,20,63,20,63,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,63,20,63,20,63,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,63,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,20,63,20,20,20,63,20,63,20,63,20,63,20,63,20,63,20,1798
*
* To exit the 'telnet' command:
* press <control> + <]> at the same time, then press 'q', and then <return>.
* or:
* <control> + <d> might work.
*
* This program will display the ESP's IP address on the serial console, or you
* can check your wifi router for it's address.
*/
#ifndef UNIT_TEST
#include <Arduino.h>
#endif
#include <ESP8266WiFi.h>
#include <IRremoteESP8266.h>
#include <IRsend.h>
#include <WiFiClient.h>
#include <WiFiServer.h>
const char* ssid = "..."; // Put your WIFI SSID here.
const char* password = "..."; // Put your WIFI password here.
WiFiServer server(4998); // Uses port 4998.
WiFiClient client;
uint16_t *code_array;
IRsend irsend(4); // An IR LED is controlled by GPIO pin 4 (D2)
void sendGCString(String str) {
int16_t index;
uint16_t count;
// Find out how many items there are in the string.
index = -1;
count = 1;
do {
index = str.indexOf(',', index + 1);
count++;
} while (index != -1);
// Now we know how many there are, allocate the memory to store them all.
code_array = reinterpret_cast<uint16_t*>(malloc(count * sizeof(uint16_t)));
// Check we malloc'ed successfully.
if (code_array == NULL) { // malloc failed, so give up.
Serial.printf("\nCan't allocate %d bytes. (%d bytes free)\n",
count * sizeof(uint16_t), ESP.getFreeHeap());
Serial.println("Giving up & forcing a reboot.");
ESP.restart(); // Reboot.
delay(500); // Wait for the restart to happen.
return; // Should never get here, but just in case.
}
// Now convert the strings to integers and place them in code_array.
count = 0;
uint16_t start_from = 0;
do {
index = str.indexOf(',', start_from);
code_array[count] = str.substring(start_from, index).toInt();
start_from = index + 1;
count++;
} while (index != -1);
#if SEND_GLOBALCACHE
irsend.sendGC(code_array, count); // All done. Send it.
#endif // SEND_GLOBALCACHE
free(code_array); // Free up the memory allocated.
}
void setup() {
// initialize serial:
Serial.begin(115200);
delay(100);
Serial.println(" ");
Serial.println("IR TCP Server");
while (WiFi.status() != WL_CONNECTED) {
delay(900);
Serial.print(".");
}
server.begin();
IPAddress myAddress = WiFi.localIP();
Serial.println(myAddress);
irsend.begin();
}
void loop() {
while (!client)
client = server.available();
while (!client.connected()) {
delay(900);
client = server.available();
}
if (client.available()) {
String ir_code_str = client.readStringUntil('\r'); // Exclusive of \r
client.readStringUntil('\n'); // Skip new line as well
client.flush();
sendGCString(ir_code_str);
}
}

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[platformio]
lib_extra_dirs = ../../
src_dir=.
[common]
build_flags =
lib_deps_builtin =
lib_deps_external =
[env:nodemcuv2]
platform = espressif8266
framework = arduino
board = nodemcuv2
build_flags = ${common.build_flags}
lib_deps =
${common.lib_deps_builtin}
${common.lib_deps_external}

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[platformio]
lib_extra_dirs = ../../
src_dir=.
[common]
build_flags = -DMQTT_MAX_PACKET_SIZE=512
lib_deps_builtin =
lib_deps_external =
PubSubClient
WifiManager@0.12
[env:nodemcuv2]
platform = espressif8266
framework = arduino
board = nodemcuv2
build_flags = ${common.build_flags}
lib_deps =
${common.lib_deps_builtin}
${common.lib_deps_external}
[env:d1_mini]
platform=espressif8266
framework=arduino
board=d1_mini
build_flags = ${common.build_flags}
lib_deps =
${common.lib_deps_builtin}
${common.lib_deps_external}

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/*
* IRremoteESP8266: IRServer - demonstrates sending IR codes controlled from a webserver
* Version 0.2 June, 2017
* Copyright 2015 Mark Szabo
*
* An IR LED circuit *MUST* be connected to ESP8266 pin 4 (D2).
*
* TL;DR: The IR LED needs to be driven by a transistor for a good result.
*
* Suggested circuit:
* https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/wiki#ir-sending
*
* Common mistakes & tips:
* * Don't just connect the IR LED directly to the pin, it won't
* have enough current to drive the IR LED effectively.
* * Make sure you have the IR LED polarity correct.
* See: https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/polarity/diode-and-led-polarity
* * Typical digital camera/phones can be used to see if the IR LED is flashed.
* Replace the IR LED with a normal LED if you don't have a digital camera
* when debugging.
* * Avoid using the following pins unless you really know what you are doing:
* * Pin 0/D3: Can interfere with the boot/program mode & support circuits.
* * Pin 1/TX/TXD0: Any serial transmissions from the ESP8266 will interfere.
* * Pin 3/RX/RXD0: Any serial transmissions to the ESP8266 will interfere.
* * ESP-01 modules are tricky. We suggest you use a module with more GPIOs
* for your first time. e.g. ESP-12 etc.
*/
#ifndef UNIT_TEST
#include <Arduino.h>
#endif
#include <ESP8266WiFi.h>
#include <ESP8266WebServer.h>
#include <ESP8266mDNS.h>
#include <IRremoteESP8266.h>
#include <IRsend.h>
#include <WiFiClient.h>
const char* ssid = ".....";
const char* password = ".....";
MDNSResponder mdns;
ESP8266WebServer server(80);
IRsend irsend(4); // An IR LED is controlled by GPIO pin 4 (D2)
void handleRoot() {
server.send(200, "text/html",
"<html>" \
"<head><title>ESP8266 Demo</title></head>" \
"<body>" \
"<h1>Hello from ESP8266, you can send NEC encoded IR" \
"signals from here!</h1>" \
"<p><a href=\"ir?code=16769055\">Send 0xFFE01F</a></p>" \
"<p><a href=\"ir?code=16429347\">Send 0xFAB123</a></p>" \
"<p><a href=\"ir?code=16771222\">Send 0xFFE896</a></p>" \
"</body>" \
"</html>");
}
void handleIr() {
for (uint8_t i = 0; i < server.args(); i++) {
if (server.argName(i) == "code") {
uint32_t code = strtoul(server.arg(i).c_str(), NULL, 10);
#if SEND_NEC
irsend.sendNEC(code, 32);
#endif // SEND_NEC
}
}
handleRoot();
}
void handleNotFound() {
String message = "File Not Found\n\n";
message += "URI: ";
message += server.uri();
message += "\nMethod: ";
message += (server.method() == HTTP_GET)?"GET":"POST";
message += "\nArguments: ";
message += server.args();
message += "\n";
for (uint8_t i = 0; i < server.args(); i++)
message += " " + server.argName(i) + ": " + server.arg(i) + "\n";
server.send(404, "text/plain", message);
}
void setup(void) {
irsend.begin();
Serial.begin(115200);
WiFi.begin(ssid, password);
Serial.println("");
// Wait for connection
while (WiFi.status() != WL_CONNECTED) {
delay(500);
Serial.print(".");
}
Serial.println("");
Serial.print("Connected to ");
Serial.println(ssid);
Serial.print("IP address: ");
Serial.println(WiFi.localIP());
if (mdns.begin("esp8266", WiFi.localIP())) {
Serial.println("MDNS responder started");
}
server.on("/", handleRoot);
server.on("/ir", handleIr);
server.on("/inline", [](){
server.send(200, "text/plain", "this works as well");
});
server.onNotFound(handleNotFound);
server.begin();
Serial.println("HTTP server started");
}
void loop(void) {
server.handleClient();
}

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[platformio]
lib_extra_dirs = ../../
src_dir=.
[common]
build_flags =
lib_deps_builtin =
lib_deps_external =
[env:nodemcuv2]
platform = espressif8266
framework = arduino
board = nodemcuv2
build_flags = ${common.build_flags}
lib_deps =
${common.lib_deps_builtin}
${common.lib_deps_external}

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/*
* IRremoteESP8266: IRrecvDemo - demonstrates receiving IR codes with IRrecv
* This is very simple teaching code to show you how to use the library.
* If you are trying to decode your Infra-Red remote(s) for later replay,
* use the IRrecvDumpV2.ino example code instead of this.
* An IR detector/demodulator must be connected to the input RECV_PIN.
* Copyright 2009 Ken Shirriff, http://arcfn.com
* Example circuit diagram:
* https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/wiki#ir-receiving
* Changes:
* Version 0.2 June, 2017
* Changed GPIO pin to the same as other examples.
* Used our own method for printing a uint64_t.
* Changed the baud rate to 115200.
* Version 0.1 Sept, 2015
* Based on Ken Shirriff's IrsendDemo Version 0.1 July, 2009
*/
#ifndef UNIT_TEST
#include <Arduino.h>
#endif
#include <IRremoteESP8266.h>
#include <IRrecv.h>
#include <IRutils.h>
// An IR detector/demodulator is connected to GPIO pin 14(D5 on a NodeMCU
// board).
uint16_t RECV_PIN = 14;
IRrecv irrecv(RECV_PIN);
decode_results results;
void setup() {
Serial.begin(115200);
irrecv.enableIRIn(); // Start the receiver
while (!Serial) // Wait for the serial connection to be establised.
delay(50);
Serial.println();
Serial.print("IRrecvDemo is now running and waiting for IR message on Pin ");
Serial.println(RECV_PIN);
}
void loop() {
if (irrecv.decode(&results)) {
// print() & println() can't handle printing long longs. (uint64_t)
serialPrintUint64(results.value, HEX);
Serial.println("");
irrecv.resume(); // Receive the next value
}
delay(100);
}

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[platformio]
lib_extra_dirs = ../../
src_dir=.
[common]
build_flags =
lib_deps_builtin =
lib_deps_external =
[env:nodemcuv2]
platform = espressif8266
framework = arduino
board = nodemcuv2
build_flags = ${common.build_flags}
lib_deps =
${common.lib_deps_builtin}
${common.lib_deps_external}

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/*
* IRremoteESP8266: IRrecvDump - dump details of IR codes with IRrecv
* Copyright 2009 Ken Shirriff, http://arcfn.com
*
***** DEPRECATED - DO NOT USE *****
* Unless you know what you are doing, you should be using the
* IRrecvDumpV2.ino sketch/example instead for capturing & decoding IR messages.
* In almost ALL ways it is BETTER, FASTER, and MORE DETAILED.
*
* This code is left only for legacy reasons, and as another simple example of
* how to use the IRremoteESP8266 library.
*
* As of November 2017 it will no longer be updated or supported.
* You have been warned.
***** DEPRECATED - DO NOT USE *****
*
* An IR detector/demodulator must be connected to the input RECV_PIN.
* Version 0.2 Oct 2017
* Based on Ken Shirriff's IrsendDemo Version 0.1 July, 2009,
* JVC and Panasonic protocol added by Kristian Lauszus
* (Thanks to zenwheel and other people at the original blog post)
* LG added by Darryl Smith (based on the JVC protocol)
*/
#ifndef UNIT_TEST
#include <Arduino.h>
#endif
#include <IRremoteESP8266.h>
#include <IRrecv.h>
#include <IRutils.h>
// an IR detector/demodulator is connected to GPIO pin 2
uint16_t RECV_PIN = 2;
IRrecv irrecv(RECV_PIN);
decode_results results;
void setup() {
Serial.begin(115200);
irrecv.enableIRIn(); // Start the receiver
}
void dump(decode_results *results) {
// Dumps out the decode_results structure.
// Call this after IRrecv::decode()
uint16_t count = results->rawlen;
if (results->decode_type == UNKNOWN) {
Serial.print("Unknown encoding: ");
} else if (results->decode_type == NEC) {
Serial.print("Decoded NEC: ");
} else if (results->decode_type == SONY) {
Serial.print("Decoded SONY: ");
} else if (results->decode_type == RC5) {
Serial.print("Decoded RC5: ");
} else if (results->decode_type == RC5X) {
Serial.print("Decoded RC5X: ");
} else if (results->decode_type == RC6) {
Serial.print("Decoded RC6: ");
} else if (results->decode_type == RCMM) {
Serial.print("Decoded RCMM: ");
} else if (results->decode_type == PANASONIC) {
Serial.print("Decoded PANASONIC - Address: ");
Serial.print(results->address, HEX);
Serial.print(" Value: ");
} else if (results->decode_type == LG) {
Serial.print("Decoded LG: ");
} else if (results->decode_type == JVC) {
Serial.print("Decoded JVC: ");
} else if (results->decode_type == AIWA_RC_T501) {
Serial.print("Decoded AIWA RC T501: ");
} else if (results->decode_type == WHYNTER) {
Serial.print("Decoded Whynter: ");
} else if (results->decode_type == NIKAI) {
Serial.print("Decoded Nikai: ");
}
serialPrintUint64(results->value, 16);
Serial.print(" (");
Serial.print(results->bits, DEC);
Serial.println(" bits)");
Serial.print("Raw (");
Serial.print(count, DEC);
Serial.print("): {");
for (uint16_t i = 1; i < count; i++) {
if (i % 100 == 0)
yield(); // Preemptive yield every 100th entry to feed the WDT.
if (i & 1) {
Serial.print(results->rawbuf[i] * RAWTICK, DEC);
} else {
Serial.print(", ");
Serial.print((uint32_t) results->rawbuf[i] * RAWTICK, DEC);
}
}
Serial.println("};");
}
void loop() {
if (irrecv.decode(&results)) {
dump(&results);
Serial.println("DEPRECATED: Please use IRrecvDumpV2.ino instead!");
irrecv.resume(); // Receive the next value
}
}

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[platformio]
lib_extra_dirs = ../../
src_dir=.
[common]
build_flags =
lib_deps_builtin =
lib_deps_external =
[env:nodemcuv2]
platform = espressif8266
framework = arduino
board = nodemcuv2
build_flags = ${common.build_flags}
lib_deps =
${common.lib_deps_builtin}
${common.lib_deps_external}

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/*
* IRremoteESP8266: IRrecvDumpV2 - dump details of IR codes with IRrecv
* An IR detector/demodulator must be connected to the input RECV_PIN.
*
* Copyright 2009 Ken Shirriff, http://arcfn.com
* Copyright 2017 David Conran
*
* Example circuit diagram:
* https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266/wiki#ir-receiving
*
* Changes:
* Version 0.3 November, 2017
* - Support for A/C decoding for some protcols.
* Version 0.2 April, 2017
* - Decode from a copy of the data so we can start capturing faster thus
* reduce the likelihood of miscaptures.
* Based on Ken Shirriff's IrsendDemo Version 0.1 July, 2009,
*/
#ifndef UNIT_TEST
#include <Arduino.h>
#endif
#include <IRremoteESP8266.h>
#include <IRrecv.h>
#include <IRutils.h>
#if DECODE_AC
#include <ir_Daikin.h>
#include <ir_Fujitsu.h>
#include <ir_Gree.h>
#include <ir_Haier.h>
#include <ir_Kelvinator.h>
#include <ir_Midea.h>
#include <ir_Toshiba.h>
#endif // DECODE_AC
// ==================== start of TUNEABLE PARAMETERS ====================
// An IR detector/demodulator is connected to GPIO pin 14
// e.g. D5 on a NodeMCU board.
#define RECV_PIN 14
// The Serial connection baud rate.
// i.e. Status message will be sent to the PC at this baud rate.
// Try to avoid slow speeds like 9600, as you will miss messages and
// cause other problems. 115200 (or faster) is recommended.
// NOTE: Make sure you set your Serial Monitor to the same speed.
#define BAUD_RATE 115200
// As this program is a special purpose capture/decoder, let us use a larger
// than normal buffer so we can handle Air Conditioner remote codes.
#define CAPTURE_BUFFER_SIZE 1024
// TIMEOUT is the Nr. of milli-Seconds of no-more-data before we consider a
// message ended.
// This parameter is an interesting trade-off. The longer the timeout, the more
// complex a message it can capture. e.g. Some device protocols will send
// multiple message packets in quick succession, like Air Conditioner remotes.
// Air Coniditioner protocols often have a considerable gap (20-40+ms) between
// packets.
// The downside of a large timeout value is a lot of less complex protocols
// send multiple messages when the remote's button is held down. The gap between
// them is often also around 20+ms. This can result in the raw data be 2-3+
// times larger than needed as it has captured 2-3+ messages in a single
// capture. Setting a low timeout value can resolve this.
// So, choosing the best TIMEOUT value for your use particular case is
// quite nuanced. Good luck and happy hunting.
// NOTE: Don't exceed MAX_TIMEOUT_MS. Typically 130ms.
#if DECODE_AC
#define TIMEOUT 50U // Some A/C units have gaps in their protocols of ~40ms.
// e.g. Kelvinator
// A value this large may swallow repeats of some protocols
#else // DECODE_AC
#define TIMEOUT 15U // Suits most messages, while not swallowing many repeats.
#endif // DECODE_AC
// Alternatives:
// #define TIMEOUT 90U // Suits messages with big gaps like XMP-1 & some aircon
// units, but can accidentally swallow repeated messages
// in the rawData[] output.
// #define TIMEOUT MAX_TIMEOUT_MS // This will set it to our currently allowed
// maximum. Values this high are problematic
// because it is roughly the typical boundary
// where most messages repeat.
// e.g. It will stop decoding a message and
// start sending it to serial at precisely
// the time when the next message is likely
// to be transmitted, and may miss it.
// Set the smallest sized "UNKNOWN" message packets we actually care about.
// This value helps reduce the false-positive detection rate of IR background
// noise as real messages. The chances of background IR noise getting detected
// as a message increases with the length of the TIMEOUT value. (See above)
// The downside of setting this message too large is you can miss some valid
// short messages for protocols that this library doesn't yet decode.
//
// Set higher if you get lots of random short UNKNOWN messages when nothing
// should be sending a message.
// Set lower if you are sure your setup is working, but it doesn't see messages
// from your device. (e.g. Other IR remotes work.)
// NOTE: Set this value very high to effectively turn off UNKNOWN detection.
#define MIN_UNKNOWN_SIZE 12
// ==================== end of TUNEABLE PARAMETERS ====================
// Use turn on the save buffer feature for more complete capture coverage.
IRrecv irrecv(RECV_PIN, CAPTURE_BUFFER_SIZE, TIMEOUT, true);
decode_results results; // Somewhere to store the results
// Display the human readable state of an A/C message if we can.
void<