What are the language designators for CircuitPython? #CircuitPython #Programming
CircuitPython messages have been translated into a number of languages. To know which executable is in which language, the filename uses international designators. Here’s how to get the information on which is which.
You can see all the boards supported by CircuitPython in Adafruit’s S3 bucket. Here are the first 20 or so in a long list:
This lists the languages on the board by directory and it has a handy list of which designator is for which language.
You can click on any language designator to see files using that language.
When looking for CircuitPython executable names, ensure it has the correct language designator on it. There ya go!
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