ESP32 module has been released

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ESP32 module has been released

Post by shaoziyang » Sat Sep 03, 2016 1:18 pm

ESP32 module has released, does micropython support it soon?
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Re: ESP32 module has released

Post by deshipu » Sat Sep 03, 2016 7:56 pm

I'm sure that a lot of people here can't wait to get their hands on those and start porting MicroPython to them. However, that will take some time.

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Re: ESP32 module has released

Post by mad474 » Sat Sep 03, 2016 9:06 pm

I guess there's already "somewhat" porting work done (and surely actively in progress) behind the scenes. The guys from Pycom with their LoPy (ESP-32 inside) surely can't be sleeping if they want to roll out in the next weeks.

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Re: ESP32 module has been released

Post by pfalcon » Sun Sep 04, 2016 6:44 pm

Indeed, the quickest way to get hold of MicroPython on ESP32 is by using Pycom's LoPy board. Further details aren't known yet - whether that port will be OpenSource, etc. I'd let Pycom lead in that area and see what will come out of that. In half a year, we can see how it went and what further steps can be taken from there. In the meantime, we're committed to support existing, mature or growing MicroPython ports. Of course, if the community wants to look into starting ESP32 port, that can be only welcome.
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Re: ESP32 module has been released

Post by eerimoq » Mon Oct 31, 2016 10:15 am

You can try MicroPython on ESP32 by installing Pumbaa in the Arduino IDE's boards manager. ... rduino-ide

Select the Pumbaa Nano32 board in the IDE and download the interactive example and you should get an interactive interpreter on the serial port (115200 baud). Should work for other boards than Nano32, the MCU is the same and Flash is probably 4Mb.

/ Erik

PS. The garbage collector does not work yet. DS.

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