Selecting an ESP32 Port

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koswolf
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Selecting an ESP32 Port

Postby koswolf » Tue Mar 07, 2017 4:54 am

I'm working on a project that has a strict requirement for MIT licensing, and we are working with ESP32 modules on a custom PCB.

I've been able to build and load the existing ESP32 port from https://github.com/micropython/micropython-esp32, but it seems to be missing some core features. I haven't been able to find documentation supporting the use of the UART peripheral, and it seems it's only implemented for the REPL.

Is this true? I know that the pycom port on GitHub has the UART hardware peripherals implemented, but their licensing means I'm not able to make use of their work.

Am I overlooking something, or is there a different fork of the port I should be looking at?

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marfis
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Re: Selecting an ESP32 Port

Postby marfis » Wed Mar 08, 2017 5:47 am

The pycom esp32 port should be merged soon into the main uPy repository (there was an announcement by damien on this forum a couple of weeks ago).

So I guess you need to be patient...


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