Hi, so I know there was a post about a new version of PROS being released as the current version is not compatible with Vex OS 1.1.1. Are there any updates/new on when that will drop? I’ve currently had to switch to Vexcode temporarily and would like to be able to switch back to PROS for worlds.
I’m not sure what you’re talking about exactly. The PROS CLI has been compatible with VEXOS 1.1.1 for about the last year. See this post:
Upgraded your firmware recently and receiving an error somewhat along the lines of “Received Length Doesn’t Match”? This is an issue if your PROS CLI is not up to date as this was fixed in an update about a year ago.
If using Atom, use our installer to update PROS:
If using VSCode, make sure that auto checking for updates is enabled and you should receive a prompt to update the CLI.
If your PROS is up to date, make sure your controller and brain are also up to date (these need to b…
That’s the post that I’m referring too. I’m not sure how its been compatible for a year if the new os was just released a month ago.
Because vexos 1.1.1 wasn’t the version that introduced the incompatibility
Why is this happening?
Long story short, newer versions of VEXos are not compatible with older versions of PROS. The cutoff was at VEXos 1.0.13 and PROS CLI version < 3.2.0. Many users are now finding out that their older version of PROS (< 3.2.0) and newer version of vexOS after being mandated to update to 1.1.1 for worlds and other tournaments aren’t compatible.
Thanks, seemed to be an issue with a generatePath call.