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AppSettings [ “RedisHost” ], int. Setting the colour deldom the light was as simple as folows:. Importantly it means that the monitoring tools are well separated from the actual control of the light. Fortunately obtaining the status of the latest build was reasonably straightforward. I decided to use a Redis hash a Dictionary to store information about the desired state of the light.
Unique serial number in each device for multi device support. I chose to set up the following fields for each colour light:. The side entry is best suited for mounting the device on a surface. The buzzer is not recommended for noisy environments.
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The buzzer is actuated via software control. The bottom entry is a best for pole mount or surface where a hole is available for the wire to feed thru the surface. My needs however were simple. Contact us for alternate configurations or missing part numbers.
Lught ; break ; case BuildStatus. Indeed during my initial testing I had Redis hosted on one computer, the light on another and I was using a Redis client on a third. All the commands were wrapped to Click events in a Windows Form app which led me to nto get a start on the project as quickly as I had hoped.
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BuildNumber ; break ; default: Choose the optional internal switch and buzzer options. The changes I needed to make were: This makes me happy. This is what the light can do: The code required to integrate the light to the build monitor was actually the simplest bit of code in the whole thing. I looked at the C example code provided by Delcom and initially was hesitant to get started. I decided to leave the buzzer and switch control as an exercise for another day as these were not essential to my plans and the buzzer would likely annoy me.
Recently I have just started working on a new project and as we were blessed with a lght server and a mostly working build I was reminded of this project that had been put on the back burner. While the build server is building the latest check-in and running tests the build light delxom. Rather than starting from scratch I chose to extend the existing example code as it was already working well.
There are three wire exit styles they are: Choose the USB cable length; either 2 or 5 meter. I had three colours to choose from, red, green and yellow. Shopping Cart Check Out.
Build notification light using Redis and a Delcom Visual Indicator
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