Sending message back to PyMakr console over WiFi
JosSchr last edited by
Hello, everyone! ;)
I'm new to Pycom board development. I'm connecting to my LoPy board over WiFi and I noticed that if I put a print ( ) statement in main.py I don't see its output in my Pymakr console. If I control the LED in my script I can see it is working and thus that the script is running. It would be very handy to send data back to the Pymakr console over WiFi for debugging purposes ( so I can get debugging info from my board remotely ). Has someone figured out how this works? Because I was unfortunately unable to find the necessary documentation or tutorials on the LoPy site ...
Kind regards and thanks in advance,
jmarcelino last edited by
There's no way to do it in Pymakr (which is being discontinued anyway) but you can simply telnet into the your LoPy and get your print() results that way.