1. 13 Nov, 2019 2 commits
    • Rahix's avatar
      feat(utime): Implement ticks_ms() and ticks_us() · 8926fd02
      Rahix authored
      
      
      Implement the hal functions necessary for utime.ticks_ms() and
      utime.ticks_us().  This enables much more accurate measurements of time
      taken in Pycardium (useful for profiling).
      
      Please note that the tick counter will reset whenever a new app is
      loaded.
      
      Signed-off-by: Rahix's avatarRahix <rahix@rahix.de>
      8926fd02
    • fgross's avatar
      feat(pycardium): Enable framebuf module · c27f3fcc
      fgross authored and Rahix's avatar Rahix committed
      The framebuf module provides a framebuffer implementation running purely
      in MicroPython which will increase drawing performance by a lot.  A
      follow-up change will be necessary to connect this framebuffer
      implementation to the display API.
      
      This commit is implements a part of MR !211.
      c27f3fcc
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    • Maximilian Wagenbach's avatar
    • Foaly's avatar
      docs: Improve documentation for the BHI160 · e804de47
      Foaly authored and Rahix's avatar Rahix committed
      e804de47
    • Philip Stewart's avatar
      fix(gfx/display): Draw partially clipped primitives · 14d5abcc
      Philip Stewart authored and Rahix's avatar Rahix committed
      Fix two bugs in the display/gfx module:
      
      1. The animation of the simple_menu used in the main menu had the issue
         that there is a black line visible at the top.  This is due the
         gfx_puts method ignoring lines, where the top pixel of the string is
         above the top of the screen.  As gfx_puts uses gfx_setpixel which in
         turn ignores pixels outside of the screen, remove the check in
         gfx_puts.
      2. X and Y coordinates were cast to unsigned-ints before being given to
         the gfx-library which means calls like circ(0, -10, 30) would be draw
         at coordinates like [0,65526].  Fix this by changing the data-type of
         all coordinates to signed-integers.
      
      Also remove the x and y ranges from the documentation of the individual
      python functions and instead add a general documentation about the
      screen and it's size/coordinate system.
      14d5abcc
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