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This is a menu to control an integrating sphere through a serial interface (rs232)

Project description

Integrating sphere how to Readme

License MIT Version

Author(s)

  • Victor Esparza

  • Fabrizio Di Francesco

    Getting Started

These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes. See deployment for notes on how to deploy the project on your system.


### Prerequisites

What things you need to install the software and how to install them:

* Python 2.7 and or 3.7.1 (latest version) * pip (latest version) The rest of the needed packages is going to be installed as a dependency from pip repo.

Installing process

Navigate to pip repo pip

All you need is to execute the command displayed in your favourite terminal.

Using Iteda software (Linux)

We only support linux systems, if you need to change some setings about the serial port configuration, please edit the menu.c file included and compile it.

Compilation

open a terminal
Navigate to the directory where the file is located and compile it like this>
cc  -o menu menu.c

Unix/Linux

open a terminal
python ## execute python terminal (python 2)
from iteda import iteda  ## now we import the program
iteda.main()  ## execute the menu

Versioning

We use GitKraken for versioning.

Acknowledgments

  • A big thank you to all the iteda team

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