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Old February 20th, 2013, 01:59 PM
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I can't find the file P2PMQTT.h , any body has an idea where it is?

Thanks

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The libraries are not available online.

Here are the libraries provided by David Cuartielles, one of the authors of the book.

https://github.com/cmassicot/P2PMQTT..._Libraries.git

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Thanks for finding that link. Judging off of the trouble I am having in doing the java libraries for the MQTT stuff, I will probably have that issue as well.

I was really hoping this book was easier to follow. Most of the MQTT java code I have gone through so far won't compile in eclipse and there are multiple typos throughout it (including inconsistencies from code snippet to snippet).
 
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Yeah, and very frustrating that the other Arduino libraries from the projects are not available online (even though the book promises otherwise)! Makes the projects are pretty useless...
 
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Hello,

I am sorry we had an issue when we delivered our libraries to Wrox (actually it was my fault) and we noticed only some weeks ago that they weren't on the official repository.

If you find any issues, please let us know so that we can help you.

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So does that mean that you have now placed them in the official repository (github aoabook)? For example, I still don't find things like Arduino HT1632c library, or fonts and images libraries for Arduino side of Large SMS Display project??
 
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Hej,

I am fixing it ... first thing I got to know is that the basic Arduino libraries were missing. I am adding the whole rest of the code at once later tonight or tomorrow. I am just at the wrong computer to do so ...

... again I am sorry.

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Okay, thanks!
 
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at https://github.com/aoabook/Arduino

thanks for waiting!

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Excellent - thank you!









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