Is there any idea on support for the esp32 ?
We will create
espressif32 development platform after PlatformIO 3.2 release.
ouch I already want to use it
Do you have ESP32 board? How to test it?
Hi, I’ve got an ESP32S module today and got it working with the Arduino core.
I can help testing the
espressif32 platform if this would help.
@valeros pushed the first commit to espressif32 development platforms a few days ago. Need to finish work with packages. We will inform here.
I already tried to use this package. But right now the
toolchain-xtensa32 dependency can’t be retrieved from the registry. I suppose this will be added later.
Nice to see that both Arduino and ESP-IDF frameworks will be available.
I also have an esp32 develoment board.
i can contribute to the testing
I managed to port the Simba framework to the ESP32 today. Digital pins and threads are up and running. Just as the Simba ESP8266 port, Simba runs as a thread in the Espressif SDK (esp-idf). If/when WiFi libraries can be used without FreeRTOS I intend to remove the esp-idf dependency.
I also managed to run MicroPython on the ESP32 on top of the Simba port. If you are intrested, check out GitHub - eerimoq/pumbaa: Python on Simba..
I have a Nano32 board and will at least test Simba using PlatformIO when the platform is available.
@eerimoq how is difficult to integrate MicroPython to PlatformIO? We have an old issue for that
Here are two approaches for uploading MicroPython to a board:
Upload a pre-built MicroPython binary to their board once. Then upload Python scripts to the device over Ethernet or the serial port.
Generate “frozen” C-files of the Python scripts and compile those and the MicroPython C-code. A drawback is that it takes longer to upload the whole binary compared to jsut uploading the script files as in 1. on a script change.
New development platform Espressif 32 is released!
Docs: Espressif 32 — PlatformIO latest documentation
Examples: platform-espressif32/examples at develop · platformio/platform-espressif32 · GitHub