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An extensible library to control microcontroller boards like Arduino using Python and the ArduRPC protocol

Project description

Python library to control microcontroller based boards by using the ArduRPC protocol.

You can find more information in the documentation.

Install

Requirements:

  • Python 2.7 or Python >= 3.2

Requirements (optional):

Install:

Install the basic ArduRPC library.

$ pip install ardurpc

Example

The pyserial library is required to run the following example.

import ardurpc
from ardurpc.connector import Serial, UDP

# Connect to the serial port
con = Serial("/dev/ttyACM0", 9600)

# More examples:
# con = Serial("/dev/ttyUSB0", 9600)
# con = UDP(host="192.168.1.1", port=1234)

# New instance
rpc = ardurpc.ArduRPC(connector=con)

print("Version(Protocol): {0}".format(rpc.getProtocolVersion()))
print(
    "Version(Library): {0}".format(
        ".".join([str(i) for i in rpc.getLibraryVersion()])
    )
)
print(
    "Available handlers: {0}".format(
        ", ".join(rpc.get_handler_names())
    )
)

License

Published under the LGPLv3+ (see LICENSE for more information)

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