@jimit 在 ESP32 Template Plus 中说：
I am very sorry if some of my message upset you. This was definitely not my intention.
Don't worry, you did nothing bad. As I wrote, I was already a bit reluctant to use the forum because my messages disappeared. The misunderstanding in this thread could have been just the last drop. Thank you for clearing my doubts. And I apologize to have been so deep on this issue. As I said I had to face some major threats in my life about the so called 'digital rights', so today I'm a bit too sensitive.
When I commented "Hi, like everyone else that has replied, I also look forward to testing this out.... ", this comment was intended to be sarcastic.
Well, sarcasm can't pinch the monitor. Usually. So, it's better to avoid. Usually. But I'm a sinner: I know it but I like to be sarcastic as well (and be prepared for reactions). Can't resist the chance to laugh ... so I agree with you but don't ask me how to avoid sarcasm because I don't know.
And I didn't think about sarcasm because from my perspective is just normal that nobody commented: the project isn't running anything yet, no need to talk about anything. Just updates from me when there's something new, if any.
I couldn't really get your words in a different way.
I was sort of being slightly critical of the readers of the forum and the fact that there had been a lot of views of your comments but no-one had taken time to reply. I was sort of trying to say "Hey people if your interested in this why not encourage the creator."
I thought your idea was excellent and would break some new ground - at least on the M5Stack - in allowing easy switching between Arduino code or python - plus you had documented it very well - and so I was surprised to find no comments from anyone else.
Well, I've spent a lot of time but I did ... nothing. Really. I just started from Loboris README and clean it up. And again. And again. And again ... to make it useful. Then updated the things that changed in the last months.
It looks like he started when the esp-idf was not the same of today; so he mentioned features that today are included in the esp-idf distribution (ex: spiffs).
Overall speaking that guy made a good job in the way that it works, but it's so messy that ... it is not worth to spend time understanding HOW it works, and how to evolve it into the stuff you need.
I'm not talking about the README only. The whole repo is an horror movie: capital letters file names, single code units hacked and dumped randomly everywhere just to make it work. The result is something with unique features that can't be backported (to the original projects) nor forwarded to specialized projects. At least I'd not base my work on that repo. So I started mine, doing it properly: exploiting the awesome esp-idf features (ie: use 'make', not bash-isms), using the original projects codebases, tracking all the changes, and so on.
I need it for myself, but I published because I've spotted some users of this forum having troubles with micropython and didn't know how to go back to the arduino-based firmware. Some users can't move out of the arduino gui; they need more time to learn.
I can assure you that there were definitely no comments from anyone else here and that nothing has been removed from this particular discussion right here. For sure.
I can't really comment much on your further comments about your earlier experience on this forum except to say that in my time here I have seen absolutely ZERO manipulation of any comments here and no effort on the part of the M5Stack staff to censor any comments. This is clear if you read through the various discussions. Perhaps there was some mistake made earlier - maybe someone learning to use the system (?).
Yes, I thought about that. It is just normal to loose some content when you move your software facilities or port the data from one tool to the other one. That's the reason why I'm still here writing.
I hope you will accept my apology, continue your work as planned, and remain posting in this forum because it would be a great shame for my comment to change any of that. Plus I will feel BAD. BAAAAAAAD !
No need to apologize, it's ok. It was just a silly misunderstanding. As I said, I over-reacted.
I will be more careful in my use of sarcasm in future. It does not translate well in writing and is more clear in verbal communication.
Oh yeah, if you can do yourself this favor it will help you a lot. I can't, yet :)
Anyway, issue cleard, thank you for the patience. Let's go back to work!!!