Code frame structure

Directory Introduction

Directory Sub-directory Sub-directory 2 Sub-directory 3 Content summary
assets Resource files
projects Project files, one project per folder
tools Tools
components components
└-boards Board code
└-drivers Drive
└-micropython micropython related code
└-core micropython source code
└-port maixpy ​​custom part source code
└-builtin_py maixpy ​​default built-in class
└-include Porting some header files
└-src Function module source code
└-spiffs SPIFFS file system
└-utils Tools (Function)

The current code is not very well structured in the components/micropython/port/src directory due to historical reasons. The future code should follow the current framework as much as possible to achieve a hierarchy

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The project is organized using CMake, and the project supports multiple configurable options (Kconfig)

  • If you do not add folders and configuration items, you can add files and compile them in the existing folders
  • If you need to add modules, you can modify CMakeLists.txt to add content, you can refer to the less content c_cpp_project_framework
  • If you need to add configuration items, you can modify the Kconfig file to achieve the goal. All configuration items will generate macro definitions and add them to global_config.h (generated files) during compilation, and in CmakeLists.txt This macro definition can be used in all files.

    For example, define config BOARD_M5STICK in Kconfig, in CMakeLists.txt, you can determine whether to compile specific code by judging whether CONFIG_BOARD_M5STICK is true. When compiling, you can choose whether to check it through python3 project.py menuconfig