Problem Trying To Access Examples, from within xTIMEcomposer

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Re: Problem Trying To Access Examples, from within xTIMEcomposer

Postby bear118 » Fri Jan 25, 2019 8:17 am

Give it a try. 14.x and 13.x all have this problem.
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Postby migueljds » Fri Jan 25, 2019 11:07 am

Hi everyone, Sorry it took so long to get to the bottom of this, but I think I have found the cause of problem and I've fixed the website.

Turns out the website was determining that the tools was a bot and terminating the response.

This issue should be resolved now.

Just also one more thing to note. All the libraries and examples and documentation that's available through the tools is also available through the website.

The libraries are here
https://www.xmos.com/developer/software/libraries

and the tools examples and how-to guides are here
https://www.xmos.com/developer/documents/tools
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Postby uth » Fri Jan 25, 2019 1:29 pm

Hi, now it works partially, but still not fully. There is more content, I can update my account, view the forum, but "connection to www.xmos.com failed" is still there and the examples still can not be downloaded.
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Postby migueljds » Fri Jan 25, 2019 3:18 pm

uth wrote:Hi, now it works partially, but still not fully. There is more content, I can update my account, view the forum, but "connection to http://www.xmos.com failed" is still there and the examples still can not be downloaded.

Could you perhaps try clearing the cache within the tools by going to
Window -> Preferences -> xTIMEcomposer and then click the Clear cached data button.
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Postby uth » Fri Jan 25, 2019 3:22 pm

Hi, I cleared completely the directories XMOS and .xmos, reinstalled, then tried clear cache, then tried no certificate. As I said, there is a difference, but the crucial parts still do not work.
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Postby bear118 » Wed Jan 30, 2019 10:16 am

migueljds wrote:Hi everyone, Sorry it took so long to get to the bottom of this, but I think I have found the cause of problem and I've fixed the website.

Turns out the website was determining that the tools was a bot and terminating the response.

This issue should be resolved now.

Just also one more thing to note. All the libraries and examples and documentation that's available through the tools is also available through the website.

The libraries are here
https://www.xmos.com/developer/software/libraries

and the tools examples and how-to guides are here
https://www.xmos.com/developer/documents/tools


but "connection to http://www.xmos.com failed" is still there and the examples still can not be downloaded.
Come on.
Thanks.
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Postby dahoma » Wed Jan 30, 2019 10:44 am

bear118 wrote:
migueljds wrote:Hi everyone, Sorry it took so long to get to the bottom of this, but I think I have found the cause of problem and I've fixed the website.

Turns out the website was determining that the tools was a bot and terminating the response.

This issue should be resolved now.

Just also one more thing to note. All the libraries and examples and documentation that's available through the tools is also available through the website.

The libraries are here
https://www.xmos.com/developer/software/libraries

and the tools examples and how-to guides are here
https://www.xmos.com/developer/documents/tools


but "connection to http://www.xmos.com failed" is still there and the examples still can not be downloaded.
Come on.
Thanks.

Anyway, you can import these libraries and examples as they were a project.

I don't know if their behavior will be the same if it is downloaded via libraries module. Some examples work for me and another no. Because I don't know if these fails are made by me or for the fact that they are not library downloaded, I don't spend much time here

In this time working with xtime I take in that the examples work more like learning the purpose. So, you can read it on the user guides. Besides the code that you will found it is also in the programming guide document and is very fragmented.

Please correct me if I am wrong.
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Postby bear118 » Thu Jan 31, 2019 8:39 am

dahoma wrote:
bear118 wrote:
migueljds wrote:Hi everyone, Sorry it took so long to get to the bottom of this, but I think I have found the cause of problem and I've fixed the website.

Turns out the website was determining that the tools was a bot and terminating the response.

This issue should be resolved now.

Just also one more thing to note. All the libraries and examples and documentation that's available through the tools is also available through the website.

The libraries are here
https://www.xmos.com/developer/software/libraries

and the tools examples and how-to guides are here
https://www.xmos.com/developer/documents/tools


but "connection to http://www.xmos.com failed" is still there and the examples still can not be downloaded.
Come on.
Thanks.

Anyway, you can import these libraries and examples as they were a project.

I don't know if their behavior will be the same if it is downloaded via libraries module. Some examples work for me and another no. Because I don't know if these fails are made by me or for the fact that they are not library downloaded, I don't spend much time here

In this time working with xtime I take in that the examples work more like learning the purpose. So, you can read it on the user guides. Besides the code that you will found it is also in the programming guide document and is very fragmented.

Please correct me if I am wrong.


Cannot download the library through the xTIMEcomposer, just like there's a chicken leg missing from a hamburger.
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Postby dahoma » Thu Jan 31, 2019 9:25 am

bear118 wrote:
dahoma wrote:
bear118 wrote:
but "connection to http://www.xmos.com failed" is still there and the examples still can not be downloaded.
Come on.
Thanks.

Anyway, you can import these libraries and examples as they were a project.

I don't know if their behavior will be the same if it is downloaded via libraries module. Some examples work for me and another no. Because I don't know if these fails are made by me or for the fact that they are not library downloaded, I don't spend much time here

In this time working with xtime I take in that the examples work more like learning the purpose. So, you can read it on the user guides. Besides the code that you will found it is also in the programming guide document and is very fragmented.

Please correct me if I am wrong.


Cannot download the library through the xTIMEcomposer, just like there's a chicken leg missing from a hamburger.


https://www.xmos.com/developer/document ... ser-guides

You can download these software tools and then import to workspace
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Postby migueljds » Fri Feb 01, 2019 10:04 am

The examples and libraries downloaded from the website are exactly the same as the ones when you download from the website and import them into the xTIMEcomposer.
I'm a bit stumped as to why this is happening.
For those of you that this issue is happening, if try to open the Welcome screen (from the menu: Help -> Welcome) I suspect you will be getting a blank screen, which suggests the website is cutting the connection, not the tools or the network.
Perhaps, we could try some tests out to try to locate the issue. If one of you with this issue could try to access the Welcome page and let me know the date/time that you did it. I will check the logs to see what's happened.

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