@m5stack said in micropython flowlib missing sources:
@tialm we has plan to open source all Unit code. but maybe it need wait the UIFlow2.0 version finish
How are you doing with this @m5stack?
The promise to be able to use MicroPython on bare metal is what attracted me to your gadget in the first place, I certainly wasn't expecting to have to start from scratch. You do realize that for those of us in this predicament the cores without input/output libs are just nice looking tiny plastic bricks, right? Based on this thread patience is wearing thin and you are losing customers.
You can share with a click of the mouse those drivers that already work well in the current UIFlow (1.6.4), start with the basics (axp192, lcd, buttons,...) - and some instructions on how to build/freeze them in.
No need to get them perfect, just do it.