From the GitHub release page:
This will likely break your code! Please read carefully and make sure you are using up-to-date libraries.
Well, I’m home from my great European adventure and things will pick back up quickly. I’m kicking it off by splitting
nativeiointo smaller modules so boards and ports can pick and choose which to provide. This will allow for built-in functionality to better match the board. For example, ESP8266 no longer needs to provide
nativeio.TouchInbecause touch is split into
touchiowhich it can omit.
This release is based on MicroPython 1.8.7.
Change highlights since 0.9.3:
touchio. Class APIs are the same.
busio.I2Con ESP8266 now works as expected by bitbanging I2C.
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