Micropython based on the Sipeed Maix one platform
MaixPy is an open source MicroPython project based on the Sipeed M1 platform. It supports a variety of peripherals on the Sipeed M1. It is designed to make programming easier.It is based on the K210-standalone-sdk.
MaixPy version is Python 3.4
For more information on MaixPy, please visit http://maixpy.sipeed.com/
MaixPy directory architecture:
py/ -- a core Python implementation that includes the compiler, runtime, and core libraries.
mpy-cross/ -- the MicroPython cross-compiler which is used to turn scripts into precompiled bytecode.
ports/k210-standalone/ -- micropython porting code based on k210 platform sdk
tests/ -- test framework and test scripts
docs/ -- user documentation in Sphinx reStructuredText format. Rendered HTML documentation is available at http://docs.micropython.org (be sure to select needed board/port at the bottom left corner).
Platform porting code directory architecture:
board-drivers/ store the onboard module driver code
buildin-py/ firmware built-in microPython script
mpy-mod/ micropython module code
spiffs/ spiffs file system source code
spiffs-port/ spiffs porting configuration code
kendryte-standalone-sdk/ k210 sdk generated after using the build script
Build and compile
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:sipeed/MaixPy.git #Download sdk $ cd port/k210-standalon/ #Enter the platform code directory $ make build #build platform code in case of first use
Compile the code:
$ make CROSS_COMPILE=/your_compiler_path/bin/riscv64-unknown-elf-
We recommend using compiler version 7.2.0
your_compiler_path is the compiler path, about the compiler , you can see http://dan.lichee.pro/
After compiling, the micropython.bin file will be generated in this directory, and you can burne it to the Sipeed Maix One suite.
The burning method can be found at http://dan.lichee.pro/
MaixPy is an open source project and welcomes contributions. MicroPython is licensed under the MIT license and all contributions are subject to this license.