Lantz is an automation and instrumentation toolkit with a clean, well-designed and consistent interface. It provides a core of commonly used functionalities for building applications that communicate with scientific instruments allowing rapid application prototyping, development and testing.
This contains the lantz.core subpackage.
For a longer description and docs, please visit the root of the project:
The Lantz Authors
Removed obselete access to _config_keys
Migrated to pimpmyclass 0.4.2
- Extracted Core from the main Lantz repo. Kept here:
Driver, Feats, DictFeats, Action, MessageBasedDriver, ForeignDriver, Log capabilities, Common errors.
Added lantz-config command
Changed signals from PyQt to PySignal to remove PyQt dependency,.
Moved a lot of Feat related code to pimpmyclass
Created mfeats module: Feats for MessageBasedDrivers.
Added hooks to help simulating drivers.
Created TypedFeat for non delegated Feats.
Introduced MessageBasedDriver, a class to rule them all.
Moved old base classes (serial, usb, tcp, visa) to legacy package.
Moved instrument drivers based on legacy classes to legacy package.
Migrated instrument classes to MessageBasedDriver.
Improved logging to avoid duplication and useless info.
Frontend and Backend for application development.
Implemented Chart block.
Implemented Scan block.
Implemented FeatScan block.
Implemented Loop block.
Implemented Layout block.
Online documentation now shows the drivers classes.
Stub classes to enable documentation building without required packages.
Moved simulator from script to console-script.
Changed sphinx theme to read the docs.
Introduced start_gui helper function to start an app with a ui file and an instrument or instruments.
Introduced start_test_app helper function to start the test panel.
Introduced start_gui_app takes a backend and fronted and shows the app.
Moved get-lantz script to a gist.
Removed lantz-shell, equivalent functionality was contributed to PyVISA.
Support simultaneous values and units in Feat. (Issue #25)
Use Qt import scheme from IPython.
Helper functions for multiple initialization: initialize_many and finalize_many.
GUI support for initialize_many and finalize_many.
New instrument drivers.
first public release.
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