Damien wrote:Please try out the port if you have an ESP32-based board and let us know of any issues. Note that if you use a Pycom board (eg LoPy) you'll need to select the antenna type for the wifi to work. See the esp32/README.md for some details on this.
I tried it out tonight on my WiPy2.0 - I'm on OSX and I followed the instructions in the README
So far it worked without problems - it's now connected to my home WiFi after only half an hour of installing toolchains / compiling source
The only thing I had to lookup was how to put the WiPy into bootloader mode (wire P2 to GND).
showed 57888 bytes after connecting to a hotspot.
I only wished that pycom and the uPy maintainers would somewhen agree on a common port so that dev work is not doubled... the amount of integrated peripherals of the esp32 MCU is huge and it will take quite an effort to port all these functionalities to uPy.