Well it's responding to the I2C, but the voltage and temperature readings look bogus. 
Actually I don't care at the moment.  I just wanted to get the I2C test code working before I moved on.  Also you can use the I2C code as a model if you want to try your hand at programming.
I didn't answer your IDE question yesterday.  I think I'd install the bootleg IDE we got, and use that.  You just install it and off you go.  You need the bootleg one because our code is too big for the eval. version.
Fresher meat – fixed a few cosmetics.  


I'm stopping futzing with the test program now.  It will allow you to figure out what's working, and not, and to jiggle a few pins so you can scope things out if something is broken.


On Sat, Jul 18, 2015 at 4:08 PM, David Carkeek <dcarkeek@gmail.com> wrote:

By the way, I don't know if the coulomb counter is connected to power. U8 is connected if R1008 is installed.

Anyway, I don't have any hardware to try out. I'm just getting started on TS06.4, or TS06.3.2, however they are being designated.

On Sat, Jul 18, 2015 at 4:01 PM, Mik Lamming <mik@lamming.com> wrote:

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