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Tiny QuickApp Emulator (TQAE)


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8 minutes ago, jgab said:

Yes, it's a bit tricky how to match

Think about the device name you configure iosLocator to be a pattern that should match the real device name.

"iPhone Jan"

matches

"iPhone Jan" and "iPhone Jan (2)"

 

Because it's a pattern it needs to conform to pattern rules. A pattern with just a ")" like in ";)" is malformed because "()" is used for pattern captures.

You could specify your device as "Siljes %:%)" and it would match "Siljes :)". That is because % escapes pattern directives like the ")"

It's the same rules as for

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Would that work for you?

Yes - that worked :-) am grateful as always

8 minutes ago, jgab said:

Yes, it's a bit tricky how to match

Think about the device name you configure iosLocator to be a pattern that should match the real device name.

"iPhone Jan"

matches

"iPhone Jan" and "iPhone Jan (2)"

 

Because it's a pattern it needs to conform to pattern rules. A pattern with just a ")" like in ";)" is malformed because "()" is used for pattern captures.

You could specify your device as "Siljes %:%)" and it would match "Siljes :)". That is because % escapes pattern directives like the ")"

It's the same rules as for

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Would that work for you?

do you have a way like this, to get GEO Position from Android devices? - my son is not an AppleFanboy ;-)

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  • 32 minutes ago, ChristianSogaard said:

    Yes - that worked :-) am grateful as always

    do you have a way like this, to get GEO Position from Android devices? - my son is not an AppleFanboy ;-)

    No, and mainly because I don't have any Android devices.

    But as I understand it, it should be possible. Maybe someone with Android devices can develop it?

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    31 minutes ago, jgab said:

    No, and mainly because I don't have any Android devices.

    But as I understand it, it should be possible. Maybe someone with Android devices can develop it?

    I will go for the Android position from the Yubii app first - is there a way i can merge that location into IOSLoctor?

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  • IosLocator post the same triggers as Fibaro's own apps

     post({type='location',id=d.userId,property=d.locationId,value=d.geofenceAction,timestamp=d.timestamp})

    and use the same locations as defined in the panel.

    So it should behave just like another source of position data.

    ...Scenes should be able to trigger on location events from iosLocator

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    1 hour ago, jgab said:

    IosLocator post the same triggers as Fibaro's own apps

     post({type='location',id=d.userId,property=d.locationId,value=d.geofenceAction,timestamp=d.timestamp})

    and use the same locations as defined in the panel.

    So it should behave just like another source of position data.

    ...Scenes should be able to trigger on location events from iosLocator

    i see :-) But i like that the IOSLocator QA creates global variable IOSHome shows status like - all_home.

    I was wondering if you can create an IOSLocator update for Yubii APP locations, that i can be used for Android🤗🙏🙏🙏

    i think... 

    {source=local, name='Marius_Nielsen',   id = 949, device='iPhone', home=false, icloud="XXXX1"},

    so if "source=local" it uses the local information from the APP

    Or something like that  :-)   

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    On 10/29/2021 at 10:36 AM, jgab said:

    This  one  I use

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    Hi @jgab

     

    I have used you IOSLocator for half a year ish - it's very accurate and simple to use.

    I have a wish for next version - i am using 0.2.

     

    Usecase

    We have 3 iPhones on the family and one Android - the IOSLocator works perfect with Iphones, but not for the One Plus.

    The One Plus is detected by an ARP request like api.post("/networkDiscovery/arp" and have a Child sensor - not as accurate as your IOSLocator but it works

     

    Wish 🙏.

    I would love each iPhone to have a Child presence sensor

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    In that way it's  easier to merge presence from both iPhone and Android for other actions.

     

    what do you think?

     

     

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    On 3/12/2022 at 2:12 PM, ChristianSogaard said:

    Hi @jgab

     

    I have used you IOSLocator for half a year ish - it's very accurate and simple to use.

    I have a wish for next version - i am using 0.2.

     

    Usecase

    We have 3 iPhones on the family and one Android - the IOSLocator works perfect with Iphones, but not for the One Plus.

    The One Plus is detected by an ARP request like api.post("/networkDiscovery/arp" and have a Child sensor - not as accurate as your IOSLocator but it works

     

    Wish 🙏.

    I would love each iPhone to have a Child presence sensor

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    In that way it's  easier to merge presence from both iPhone and Android for other actions.

     

    what do you think?

     

     

     

     

    Hi @jgab

     

    I have some struggle solving this myself and I hope you can spread some of your magic here..

    Using your HUE examples 

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    I can successful create the sub childs when having a list like

    MyGEODevices = { [3] = 'Simba',[2] = 'Marius', [1] = 'Christian' }

    but the format provided in IOSLocator is

    local USERS = { 
    {name='admin', id = 2,  device='XXXX', home=true, icloud={user='[email protected]', pwd='XXX'}},
    {name='Simba', id = 3,  device='XXXX)', home=true, icloud={user='[email protected]', pwd='XXX'}},
    {name='Nala', id = 4,  device='XXXX', home=true, icloud={user='[email protected]', pwd='XXX'}},
    }

     

    Second ...

    Where in the IOSLocator would be the right place to update the status of the Childs?

    I was looking at the "local function checkAllAtHome()"  section of IOSLocator to update each child if home or away?

     

    Best

    Christian

     

     

     

     

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  • On 4/18/2022 at 11:04 AM, ChristianSogaard said:

     

     

    Hi @jgab

     

    I have some struggle solving this myself and I hope you can spread some of your magic here..

    Using your HUE examples 

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    I can successful create the sub childs when having a list like

    MyGEODevices = { [3] = 'Simba',[2] = 'Marius', [1] = 'Christian' }

    but the format provided in IOSLocator is

    local USERS = { 
    {name='admin', id = 2,  device='XXXX', home=true, icloud={user='[email protected]', pwd='XXX'}},
    {name='Simba', id = 3,  device='XXXX)', home=true, icloud={user='[email protected]', pwd='XXX'}},
    {name='Nala', id = 4,  device='XXXX', home=true, icloud={user='[email protected]', pwd='XXX'}},
    }

     

    Second ...

    Where in the IOSLocator would be the right place to update the status of the Childs?

    I was looking at the "local function checkAllAtHome()"  section of IOSLocator to update each child if home or away?

     

    My suggestion would be to make a separate QA that creates a child device for each user and then get the data provided by iOSLocator to update their status. This way you could also let the QA react on other "stimuli" to set the presence of people.

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    On 4/20/2022 at 4:29 PM, jgab said:

     

    My suggestion would be to make a separate QA that creates a child device for each user and then get the data provided by iOSLocator to update their status. This way you could also let the QA react on other "stimuli" to set the presence of people.

    Hi @jgab

     

    I am using the iOSLocator, and could see you are storing each user i a Global Variable,

    Rule 1+2 are working

    But 3,4 seems to trigger but the output format is wrong - can you explain why, and show the syntax?

    The error is

    ./include/EventRunner.lua:1953: ./include/EventRunner.lua:1820: bad deviceID 'nil' for '%prop' '"SiljeLoc"?'

    1 rule("$adminLoc =='HC3-XXXXXX'=> log('Dad is home')")
    2 rule("$adminLoc =='Away' => log('Dad has left the building')")

    3 rule("$SiljeLoc => log('SiljeLoc:%s',SiljeLoc:value)")

    4 rule("$iOSHome => log('iOSHome:%s',iOSHome:value)")

     

    global-variable is selected in the self:enableTriggerType

    self:enableTriggerType({"global-variable","custom-event","alarm"})

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    Hello @jgab,

    Just one question, I use your very good TQAE quick app emulator with ZeroBrane to try to develop a QA for my swimming pool HVAC.

    IT is base on Http call and it works great on my PC with TQAE.

    Here is the code.

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    Here is the return on the emulator

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    But the same code on Fibaro HC3 produce the "end of file error"

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    When I try the code using fiddler, I get the following warning/error.

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    Do you have any Idea on how to circumvent the "end of file" error I have on the HC3 ?

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    It seems like the HC3 is a bit strict and unforgiving (I though I was using the same http library as the HC3 but it may be a different version).

    You could experiment with different accept headers and content types headers

    ["Accept"] = "*/*"

    ["Content-Type"] =  "application/json"

     

    If you don't get this to work, I would suggest that you roll your own http request using net.TCPSocket.

     

    On the socket write

    "GET /askOnOff.cgi HTTP/1.1\nAccept: */*\n\n"

    and then read the reponse and parse it accordingly
     

     

     

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  • Posted (edited)

    It turns out that net.TCPSocket in TQAE is a bit buggy - will try to fix.

    On the HC3 one can do something like this to do your own simple and more forgiving http get

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    Ok, pushed TQAE v0.56 with a fix for TCPSocket so it can run the same code as above (that works with HC3)

     

    TQAE's version of readUntil still needs a fix but I know how to do it....

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    Posted (edited)

    Thank you jgab, I'll try this out as soon as I can👍

     

    Amazing, doing my own http handler based on you recommendation works ;-)

    Thank you so much !
     

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  • 22 hours ago, chelson said:

    Thank you jgab, I'll try this out as soon as I can👍

     

    I updated the example, a bit smaller code. Note also that you need to set copas=true flag in the TQAE header for the tcp example to work.

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    On 5/14/2022 at 1:47 PM, ChristianSogaard said:

    Hi @jgab

     

    I am using the iOSLocator, and could see you are storing each user i a Global Variable,

    Rule 1+2 are working

    But 3,4 seems to trigger but the output format is wrong - can you explain why, and show the syntax?

    The error is

    ./include/EventRunner.lua:1953: ./include/EventRunner.lua:1820: bad deviceID 'nil' for '%prop' '"SiljeLoc"?'

    1 rule("$adminLoc =='HC3-XXXXXX'=> log('Dad is home')")
    2 rule("$adminLoc =='Away' => log('Dad has left the building')")

    3 rule("$SiljeLoc => log('SiljeLoc:%s',SiljeLoc:value)")

    4 rule("$iOSHome => log('iOSHome:%s',iOSHome:value)")

     

    global-variable is selected in the self:enableTriggerType

    self:enableTriggerType({"global-variable","custom-event","alarm"})

    Hi Jan

     

    Is there a way I can make iOSLocator trigger in a smaller area - today it triggers when everyone is within about 1000 m

     

    Best Regards

    Christian

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  • iOSLocator uses the locations that you have setup on the HC3 (general->location) and the locations defined has a radius parameter.

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    In HC3 location 150m is working for me.

    //Sjakie

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  • On 5/14/2022 at 1:47 PM, ChristianSogaard said:

    Hi @jgab

     

    I am using the iOSLocator, and could see you are storing each user i a Global Variable,

    Rule 1+2 are working

    But 3,4 seems to trigger but the output format is wrong - can you explain why, and show the syntax?

     

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    Hi here,

     

    I'm trying to trap / get the datafrom a device that regularly send UDP broadcast to 255.255.255.255 on port 1031.

    See wireshark capture sample...

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    There is no need to send a packet to start the UDP broadcast, it starts as soon as the device is online.

     

    I do not find my way on how to do it or even if it is possible to do it with net.UDPSocket function on HC3

     

    Any idea if possible and if yes, how to ?

    Many thanks

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