TiLDA MK3/build

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Dependencies

git, make, etc

I will just assume you have this

arm-none-eabi-gcc

https://launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded/+download You will have to make the ```arm-none-eabi-gcc``` from the bin directory available to your system (add to PATH, symlink or copy)

pyusb

sudo pip install pyusb

Flashing

# Clone this repo
git clone git@github.com:emfcamp/micropython.git

# Switch to our work branch
cd micropython
git checkout tilda-master

# Now we can build the firmware and flash it to the badge
# You have to boot the badge into dfu mode by pressing down the center
# joystick button while pressing the reset button to trigger a reboot
make -C stmhal BOARD=STM32L475_EMFBADGE --deploy