Distributor ID: Debian
Description: Debian GNU/Linux 10 (buster)
Platform: Nano Pi NEO 2
I am getting errors like this :
.cache/node-gyp/12.13.0/include/node/v8config.h:311:3: note: in definition of macro ‘V8_DEPRECATED’
When I try to add node-red-contrib-opi-gpio.
Opi-gpio was last updated 2 years ago and I don't see any way to make bug report. It appears that something about opi-gpio depends on node-gyp (build process?) but I haven't been able to learn enough to more than guess. 2 years suggests to me opi-gpio is no longer maintained and I need to find an alternative to access gpio, interrupts etc. going forward. Alternative is to go back to old NR version? How?
I would appreciate some guidance on how best to move. Forward? Backward? I need basic discrete I/O, PWM (optional), and interrupt capabilities to measure fan speed. Control of fan speed is not really required but I want to be able to do & test for use in follow on projects.
I am trying to learn about NR etc. but all my time is burned in trying (not very successfully) to search for solutions, fix problems and get / keep system in usable and reasonably up to date state. Learning a dead end seems counter to my objective given my limited time budget.
Thanks for any guidance.