Command-line utility for Kyanit
Kyanit CTL is part of the Kyanit ecosystem. See https://github.com/kyanit-project/kyanit for an introduction to Kyanit.
Kyanit CTL is a command-line utility using Kyanit API for interfacing and interacting with Kyanit.
The Kyanit Ecosystem
The core Kyanit module, flashed into an ESP8266 board.
A stylish, triangle-shaped ESP8266-based board built around an ESP-12F module, the official Kyanit controller board.
This repo. Command-line utility for interacting with Kyanit.
Python API for interaction with Kyanit from Python code. (It is used by Kyanit CTL.)
Installing Kyanit CTL
Install the latest released version with:
pip install kyanitctl
After installation, Kyanit CTL will be available through the
Installing Kyanit CTL from Source
To get the latest development version, clone this repository, and within the repository root, run:
python setup.py bdist_wheel
This will create Python wheel distribution package in the
dist directory. Install it using
pip install --force-reinstall dist/kyanitctl-<version>-py3-none-any.whl
<version> with the one that has been generated by
To switch back to the latest released version, use:
pip install --force-reinstall kyanitapi==<version>
<version> is the latest released version.
Refer to the command-line help with
Copyright (C) 2020 Zsolt Nagy
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, version 3 of the License.
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