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Does fpc support the ESP32 microcontroller?

The ESP32 is used in many development boards and offers Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless capabilities, and a dual core CPU.

It would be nice if the ESP32 could be programmed in PASCAL.


No. Esp32 uses the xtensa arch
yes using Xtensa cross compiler but its still beta
I have tried to set it up but so far no success
The compiler builds ok however I do not know where to put the xtensa binary files

Did you follow the directions on the Wiki?


--- Quote from: Laksen on December 03, 2018, 04:02:36 pm ---No. Esp32 uses the xtensa arch

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Not quite. Afair there are three lines in ESP 32, and two are using xtensa indeed, but one is using RISC-V

Like  ESP32-H2  or  ESP32-C3

I heard RISC-V support, perhaps not very stable yet, was added to FPC


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