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For more information have a look at [http://esp-idf.readthedocs.io/en/latest/get-started/#build-and-flash http://esp-idf.readthedocs.io/en/latest/get-started/#build-and-flash].<br/>
 
For more information have a look at [http://esp-idf.readthedocs.io/en/latest/get-started/#build-and-flash http://esp-idf.readthedocs.io/en/latest/get-started/#build-and-flash].<br/>
 
==Debugging==
 
==Debugging==
You can debug your code by printing some information on the serial port, then from the PC you can read these informations by opening the <code>Serial Monitor</code> port (have a look at the chapter [https://www.gctronic.com/doc/index.php?title=e-puck2#Finding_the_USB_serial_ports_used Finding the USB serial ports used] to know what ports are availables).
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You can debug your code by printing some information on the serial port, then from the PC you can read these information by opening the <code>Serial Monitor</code> port (have a look at the chapter [https://www.gctronic.com/doc/index.php?title=e-puck2#Finding_the_USB_serial_ports_used Finding the USB serial ports used] to know what ports are availables).
  
 
=Get the source code=
 
=Get the source code=

Latest revision as of 07:10, 15 November 2019

e-puck2 main wiki

Introduction

Espressif provides the Espressif IoT Development Framework (ESP-IDF for short), that is a framework for developing applications based on the Espressif ESP32 chip. The firmwares developed for the e-puck2 radio module are based on this framework.
The software development framework provided by Espressif is intended for rapidly developing Internet of Things (IoT) applications, with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, flexible power management and other advanced system features.
Users can develop applications in Windows, Linux and MacOS based on ESP-IDF.
The C programming language is used to develop code for the radio module of the e-puck2 robot and the ESP-IDF includes the FreeRTOS real time operating system.

Development environment

In order to build the firmware you need to install the toolchain, refer to http://esp-idf.readthedocs.io/en/latest/get-started/#setup-toolchain.
Once installed you can issue the command make flash from the directory Projects\ESP32_E-Puck_2 to build the firmware.
For more information have a look at http://esp-idf.readthedocs.io/en/latest/get-started/#build-and-flash.

Debugging

You can debug your code by printing some information on the serial port, then from the PC you can read these information by opening the Serial Monitor port (have a look at the chapter Finding the USB serial ports used to know what ports are availables).

Get the source code

The radio module firmware source code can be downloaded with the command:
git clone --recursive https://github.com/e-puck2/esp-idf.git

WiFi

The radio module wifi firmware source code can be downloaded with the command:
git clone -b wifi --recursive https://github.com/e-puck2/esp-idf.git