AxonSpark Do I need to switch branches, update, and recalibrate, or should I stay on the b-bad calib branch?
I didn't mentioned it before because I didn't want to overwhelm you.
The 0.1.1b release is practically what you are already using on
b_bad_calib, with the addition of the higher sensor rate option.
By the way, here's a graph generated from
git with the flow of branches and commits. Look at how
b_bad_calib was merged into
develop and then into
master (the intermediate commits add the
So, the calibration remains the same.
From a practical point of view there wouldn't be much difference if you just work for now with the version you have compiled. But since you mentioned it, a good practice would be to switch to
develop again, pull, and recompile.
Every once in a while you can take a look at the graph to get an idea of what has been done, or from the command line do: