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A "micro" editor for MicroPython and the BBC micro:bit - this fork targets the ESP8266 and other micropython boards - switch to the feature/multi-board branch to use this. Written in Python and Qt5.
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Mu - a "micro" editor

This project works with Python 3 and the Qt UI library.

This is forked from https://github.com/mu-editor/mu and aims to add some more features (different boards, including ESP8266) to mu. The branch at https://github.com/eduvik/mu/tree/feature/multi-board has these features.

Currently, the latest builds for Windows, OSX and Linux x86 can be found here:

Installation

At this stage you'll need to run from source.

  • Clone the repo, and switch to the feature/multiboard branch
  • (optionally, create a virtualenv for the project)
  • install the required packages using pip3 install -r requirements.txt
  • edit the file mu/config.py to match your device configuration
  • run mu using python3 run.py

The README for the original mu project (with rationale, etc) is at https://github.com/mu-editor/mu/blob/master/README.rst

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