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ugit allows one to keep your remote ESP32 devices in sync with a GitHub repository.
This is meant to clone an entire MicroPython repository to an internet enabled MicroPython microcontroller. You can use it to periodically update the entire ESP32 MicroPython file structure to match an open GitHub repository.
If there are files that you want left intact on the ESP32, regardless of the changes done to the GitHub repository, just add the file name in ignore_files array. Located on line 27 of ugit.py.
ugit will update the internal file structure of an ESP32 with a GitHub repository
Files folders and file deletions are updated to the board
Specify which repository, ignore files, and user inside of ugit.py
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