After multiple attempts, I'm turning towards you... I'm trying to use my TI sensortag on Node-Red but it keeps hanging on "discovering..."
My sensortag is up and the info on it (physical sticker) is:
Using Mac OS 10.14.4
Node-RED version: v0.20.3
Node.js version: v11.12.0
Please tell me what information you need to understand my issue!
(screen capture, logs, etc..)
try using the recommended version of nodejs LTS which is v10.
Thank you very much, now using the following but same issue still...
[info] Node-RED version: v0.20.3
[info] Node.js version: v10.15.3
(Changed Node version, rebuilt node-red-node-sensortag as it was compiled against node v11, relaunched node-red and redeployed)
did you read the prereq's?
You will need a suitable Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) stack and drivers for your hardware
for example Bluez 5.2.x or better.
I did read pre-requisites and checked my macbook's bluetooth stack was compatible.
However, I tried to find another compatible BLE stack but was unable to find one... if you could point smth at me on this one
Sorry, I've never used it, I just wanted to make sure you had done the prerequisites
Have you tried node-red-piervin-sensortag?
Thanks for the hand!
I have tried but unfortunately falling on this error when launching node-red:
[node-red-piervin-sensortag/sensorTagWithBattery] Error: Cannot find module './build/Release/binding.node'
I have searched for a fix and somehow node-gyp compilation is failing. I thing I should use latest version of node modules instead of the ones specified. (edit package.json)
I'll try that tomorrow...
Anyone has ideas for the standard node ? (should I open an issue on Github? [probably too early])
looking at the compile errors I suspect you may need to drop back to node 8.x (if you are lucky).
Is it just me?
endquote@Modulo:~/Downloads$ npm install noble
> firstname.lastname@example.org install /Users/endquote/Downloads/node_modules/xpc-connection
> node-gyp rebuild
../src/XpcConnection.cpp:143:89: error: too few arguments to function call,...