ESP8266 Sans RF

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Re: ESP8622 Sans RF

Post by WereCatf » Sat May 07, 2016 2:28 pm

martinayotte wrote:I'm dyslexic too :D
I forgive you ;)

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Re: ESP8622 Sans RF

Post by ahull » Sat May 07, 2016 3:14 pm

The scary thing is we got to five pages of replies before anybody actually noticed. :o
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Re: ESP8622 Sans RF

Post by martinayotte » Sat May 07, 2016 5:22 pm

Maybe Mosanto introduced secretly something into the worldwide alimentation and we are now all affected by dyslexic disease ... :lol:

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Re: ESP8266 Sans RF

Post by mrburnette » Sat May 07, 2016 6:20 pm

:oops:
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Re: ESP8622 Sans RF

Post by simonf » Sun May 08, 2016 10:17 pm

martinayotte wrote:Maybe Mosanto introduced secretly something into the worldwide alimentation and we are now all affected by dyslexic disease ... :lol:
Although I would not put anything past them, there would be no profit in it for them, unless they suddenly released a GM wonder crop that cured dyslexia :mrgreen:

I would not have noticed myself if I hadn't been lazy and copy/pasted ""ESP8622" power RF off" into google and did not get many results.

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Re: ESP8266 Sans RF

Post by gbulmer » Mon May 09, 2016 12:53 am

I am 'word blind' ("can't spell for toffy", as my Mum would say), but I noticed the "ESP8622" (I recognise part numbers better than words' spellings)

However, I had not visited for several days, and read the new thread after several days of posts, and assumed it was deliberate.

So I had wondered if there was some Machiavellian plot, like flying under the radar of Espressif? After all, it was an unflattering benchmark and some companies get very squiffy about that sort of thing. However, the first rule of Machiavellian-plot-club, is ... ;)

Then again, I do love Ian Fleming's books and movies, and I read some of Machiavelli's "The Prince" when I was a youth :D

Anyway, it was an interesting experiment, which I'd still like to understand.

I am puzzled how the code-RAM-cache works, what algorithm does it use to load code?
Also, I'm impressed that it could be overclocked 2x and still read the QSPI memory. So I'd like to read the documentation.

Where are the English-translations of the peripheral interface programming manuals? I've had a noodle around, but failed to find them.
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Re: ESP8266 Sans RF

Post by simonf » Mon May 09, 2016 5:11 am

gbulmer wrote: However, I had not visited for several days, and read the title after several days of posts, and assumed it was deliberate.
Yes I had read it a few times and did not notice. You see it but it just doesn't register. rereading something does not often help as you read it as what you thought you typed not as what you actually typed. The number of times I have misspelt a variable name in my code then intelisense has filled it in for me 10 or 20 times and I've not noticed.

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Re: ESP8266 Sans RF

Post by stevech » Mon May 09, 2016 4:12 pm

Where is the American English translation of (as previously posted)
squify
:mrgreen:

and would there be two f's ?

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Re: ESP8266 Sans RF

Post by gbulmer » Tue May 10, 2016 6:25 pm

stevech wrote:Where is the American English translation of (as previously posted)
squify
:mrgreen:

and would there be two f's ?
Yes, squiffy is correct. In my defense I did admit to being poor at spelling. Corrected.

It has a couple of meanings:
One is being a bit drunk, and hence I think of it as that state where folks become a bit loud, rowdy and veering towards annoying . It's a bit 'P G Woodhouse', and some of those characters behave stupidly when they get squiffy.
The other is a being askew, awry, or slightly 'weird'.

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Re: ESP8266 Sans RF

Post by stevech » Tue May 10, 2016 8:06 pm

I wish American English had more of those kind of polite euphemisms.

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