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Scene upload from IDE or other means


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Hi,

 

I am using and maintaining some 50s scene on my HC2. I am developing mostly in ZeroBrane. Well so far so good. But the most anoying thing is that there is no way to "upload" scene to the HC2.

 

Ideally this could be done from the development environment.

So my question is: Is anybody using such a feature? And if yes, how?

 

If not, I am currently looking into integrating such a feature in a GIT workflow, as git hook.

So if there is any interst I would look further into it.

 

While I have already a plan (REST/put with a decent JSON content, retrieving information from the lua script) I have still some questions, or could need some help. Even if it is just "testing".

 

So if you there are any comments on this, just contact me.

 

Best regards, Theo

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1) you may upload a scene via another LUA script

2) you may upload  scene via for example python script

 

API here /docs/#!/scenes/modScene

or

 

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PS: creating a new scene should be done via two (2) steps.

1) create an empty scene and getting id

2) upload scene by new Id from 1st step

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No upload feature as far as a know. One solution is to use notepad and copy/paste an externally made scene to a Fibaro lua scene on the Homecenter2.

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6 hours ago, theoV said:

Hi,

 

I am using and maintaining some 50s scene on my HC2. I am developing mostly in ZeroBrane. Well so far so good. But the most anoying thing is that there is no way to "upload" scene to the HC2.

 

Ideally this could be done from the development environment.

So my question is: Is anybody using such a feature? And if yes, how?

 

If not, I am currently looking into integrating such a feature in a GIT workflow, as git hook.

So if there is any interst I would look further into it.

 

While I have already a plan (REST/put with a decent JSON content, retrieving information from the lua script) I have still some questions, or could need some help. Even if it is just "testing".

 

So if you there are any comments on this, just contact me.

 

Best regards, Theo

 

@theoV You can take a look at HC2-Toolkit. There is a import function for lua scenes. However I only use export to files, which works perfect.

 

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  • 20 hours ago, Thomasn said:

    No upload feature as far as a know. One solution is to use notepad and copy/paste an externally made scene to a Fibaro lua scene on the Homecenter2.

    Yes, this is exactly my problem. Instead of notepad I am using ZeroBran as editor, which even let's me execute some scripts. But not all features are working with it. So currently I am also stuck in the copy and paste loop. ;-)

    19 hours ago, AndyY said:

     

    @theoV You can take a look at HC2-Toolkit. There is a import function for lua scenes. However I only use export to files, which works perfect.

     

    Unfortunately I am not on windows, but on mac. And running it in an VM is not really nice. So I took a look at it, quite a while ago, but stopped evaluating it further, because of the VM situations.

    6 hours ago, 10der said:

    1) you may upload a scene via another LUA script

    2) you may upload  scene via for example python script

     

    API here /docs/#!/scenes/modScene 

    or

     

    Please login or register to see this code.

     

    PS: creating a new scene should be done via two (2) steps.

    1) create an empty scene and getting id

    2) upload scene by new Id from 1st step

    Cool!!! With this I can work, and create something for to upload it from "outside". As said, I am anyhow version controlling my scenes, so I could add a hook into git, to upload whenever I commit something.

    For this, this doc is very helpful, as I was reverse engineering it, with wireshark. Haven't noticed that there are documented functions to do this. So like so often I should say to myself: RTFM ! ;-)

     

    Thank you for this!

     

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