It looks like RISC-V is already in the pipeline of Espressif.
I haven’t been aware that Espressif is a founding member of the RISC-V Foundation.
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After doing his day job (porting MicroPython to K210) Boris Lovosevic seems to be back, so loboris’ port of MicroPython for ESP32 is not abandoned:
[…] I won’t promise any dates, but I have no intention to stop working on this port.
BTW, this year’s Hackaday conf badge features an FPGA with a RISC-V core.
In this context, we just also found Porting Mirocpython to Risc V ? - MicroPython Forum and
Further looking into the RISC-V thing, we found the GigaDevice GD32VF103 and would like to share some information about it.
- GD32 RISC-V Microcontrollers
- GigaDevice unveils the GD32V series with RISC-V core, in a brand new 32bit general purpose microcontroller
- GigaDevice Releases GD32V RISC-V MCU and Development Boards
Comparison to the equivalent GD32F103VBT6 Arm Cortex-M3 MCU
… MicroPython support for the
is coming, see: