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A class to control Raspberry Pi GPIO lines

Project description

This package provides a class to control the GPIO lines on a Raspberry Pi.

Example Usage :

import RPi.GPIO
gpio = RPi.GPIO.GPIO()

# set up the GPIO lines
gpio.setup(0, RPi.GPIO.IN)
gpio.setup(1, RPi.GPIO.OUT)

# input from channel 0
input_value = gpio.input(0)

# output to channel 1
gpio.output(1, True)

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0.0.1a

  • First version. Completely untested until I can get hold of a Raspberry Pi!

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