The ESP32 example demonstrates the usage of Pigweed module functionalities in an application.
The example is based on CHIP, the Pigweed module, which is a collection of libraries that provide different functionalities for embedded systems, and the ESP32 platform.
You can use this example as a training ground for making experiments, testing Pigweed module features and checking what actions are necessary to fully integrate Pigweed in a CHIP project.
Pigweed functionalities are being gradually integrated into CHIP. Currently, the following features are available:
Run the following command to start an interactive Python shell, where the Echo RPC commands can be invoked:
python -m pw_hdlc.rpc_console --device /dev/tty.SLAB_USBtoUART -b 115200 $CHIP_ROOT/third_party/pigweed/repo/pw_rpc/pw_rpc_protos/echo.proto -o /tmp/pw_rpc.out
To send an Echo RPC message, type the following command, where the actual message is the text in quotation marks after the