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esp8266

An ESP8266 command line interface.

Administer the file system and more on an ESP8266 that is flashed with NodeMcu firmware.

Install

$ npm install esp8266 -g

Usage

$ esp command [subcommand] [data]

Commands

port set

Sets the name of the serial port to use in future commands.

$ esp port set /dev/tty.usbserial-A603UC7E

port get

Displays the current port that is used.

$ esp port get
Port: /dev/tty.usbserial-A603UC7E

file list

Lists the sizes and names of all files on the module.

$ esp file list
    1093 bytes  init.lua
    1321 bytes  test.lua

file write <local_filename> [<remote_filename>]

Writes a file from the local file system to the module. If a second filename is given, the local file will be renamed to this value on the device, else it will keep its local name.

$ esp file write ./webserver.lua init.lua

file push <local_filename> [<remote_filename>]

Alternative to esp file write that compress the file if they are of any of the following types: Lua, HTML, JavaScript, CSS.

$ esp file push ./webserver.lua init.lua

file read <remote_filename>

Displays the content of a file from the module.

$ esp file read hello-world.lua
print 'Hello, world'

file execute <remote_filename>

Executes the content of a Lua file on the module, returns the output.

$ esp file execute hello-world.lua
Hello, world

file remove <remote_filename>

Removes a file from the module.

$ esp file remove test.lua

restart

Restarts the module.

$ esp restart

run <lua>

Runs Lua code on the module, returns the output.

$ esp run "print 'Mechanisms, not policy.'"
Mechanisms, not policy.

License

MIT