I am new to Zerynth (and I2C), and am working on getting the AdaFruit MMA8451 accelerometer working on the Sparkfun ESP32 Thing.
I am trying to leverage the AdaFruit CircuitPython library already written. I have two questions:
- I had the accelerometer working in about an hour using the Arduino IDE and default pins. Is it really the case that I have to change pins to use I2C under Zerynth?
- The Zerynth documentation surrounding I2C is very sparse, and the examples given are fairly complicated. Is there an simple example I can start from?
This is disappointing. I like the idea of programming in Python in Zerynth, but the restrictions and limitations of the IDE (I have to clone a repository to even look at examples?, and even then, not all files are pulled into the project folder?)