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Added pointer for ESP8266 fork

As requested in #400
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marcmerlin committed Apr 10, 2017
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@@ -26,6 +26,7 @@ Tutorials and more information will be made available on [the official homepage]
- ATmega64, 128
- ATtiny 84 / 85
- ESP32 (receive only)
- ESP8266 is supported in a fork based on an old codebase that isn't as recent, but it works reasonably well given that perfectly timed sub millisecond interrupts are different on that chip. See https://github.com/markszabo/IRremoteESP8266

We are open to suggestions for adding support to new boards, however we highly recommend you contact your supplier first and ask them to provide support from their side.

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q2dg replied Apr 11, 2017

Notice Adafruit's fork has embraced SAMD support...

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marcmerlin replied Apr 12, 2017

-ENOCONTEXT.
what adafruit fork?
and how is this related to this commit? :)

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marcmerlin replied Apr 12, 2017

I see. I was going to ask what ladyada fork because their IR learning pages refer to old code they wrote and doesn't work well. Incidentally I sent them feedback saying their code didn't even work at all on uno anymore and that they should point to your library instead :)
Looks like they actually followed my advise, cool.
Anyway, your ping was just an FYI about yet another fork to worry about merging and more architectures to support, got it.
Good luck dealing them all :)

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