Support for the Hacking in Parallel Badge. More...
Support for the Hacking in Parallel Badge.
The HiP Badge is a board that was given to participants of the 2022 Hacking in Parallel event.
The device can be programmed using the USB-C Serial/JTAG feature. Just plug in a cable to your computer and flash the device with
make BOARD=hip-badge flash
This should automatically reset the ESP32C3 into bootloader mode and start the download process. If for some reason this gets stuck or the badge does not register as a /dev/ttyACMx device, you can manually force it into bootloader mode by pressing the reset button (SW3/blue) while holding the BOOT button (SW4). When doing this, the device will still be in bootloader mode after flashing, you have to press the reset button (SW3/blue) again to start your application.
There is currently still a bug in the USB Serial stdio implementation: After flashing or a reboot, there is no output. Do a manual reset (press the reset button) to restore output.
The event (and badge) were organized on short notice (6 Weeks), so there are some hardware issues:
|Board definitions for the HiP Badge. |
|Board specific configuration of direct mapped GPIOs. |
|Peripheral configurations for the HiP Badge. |