This is my first post.
I read carefully most of the threads on this forum since few months. In fact since I installed a RPi3b+, running Stellarmate as server for my astronomy equipment. I learn a lot and most of the time, I find answers to my questions. thanks to all for that.
I just received a "myFocuser Pro2" from Robert Brown in New Zeeland and I would like to test it, first via Kstars/Indi device manager and then, directly via ekos.
My problem is that I do not find the driver in the list of the focusers, even after having updated Indi... Probably I missed something
OK lets regroup, my last commit is not what was intended!!!
I did a merge and believed I made the correct changes, then committed and did a pull, at which time I was told I was up to date. So I assumed because my changes were correct at my end, then that is what was committed.
I have just realised this is not the case, and the only change was the version number!!!??? This was discovered whilst setting up an AstroBerry, and pulling the latest nightly, I noticed my changes were not there.
So I have two file on my development end, that need to be committed via a pull request?
I guess the steps are
1. Create a commit (should I do some sort of sync first, and if so what should I do?).
2. Create a Pull Request at the head end, and associate the above commit?
I won't do anything until I get some feedback, as this is how I started getting in this mess, and can't understand why only the version number was committed?