#pinetime

Good news: I wrote a #fennel program to blink the backlight on my #pinetime

https://github.com/telent/chablon/blob/main/hello.fnl

Next step: write some Lua SPI bindings so I can put pixels on the screen too

(Bad news: my "Hack Magic Probe" (black magic probe on a blackpill) has died, and ST-Link/OpenOCD has significantly less smooth support for RTT, so no more printf debugging)

chablon/hello.fnl at main · telent/chablon

"the French term for a watch movement that is not completely assembled yet."...

GitHub

If you're going to start and most likely some day abandon a smartwatch "OS", you could do a lot worse than call it Chablon

I have made my #pinetime draw coloured rectangles on the screen and learned more about SPI than I thought there was to know.

https://github.com/telent/chablon

GitHub - telent/chablon: "the French term for a watch movement that is not completely assembled yet."

"the French term for a watch movement that is not completely assembled yet."...

GitHub