Terminal interface for crow
A basic REPL for crow with some utilities
- Python 3.5+
- Windows & OS X: https://www.python.org/downloads/
sudo apt-get install python3 python3-pipor equivalent
Note: you might need to use
pip instead of
pip3 depending on your platform. If
python3 is not found, check that you have python >= 3.5 with
Install and run:
# Ensure setuptools is up to date pip3 install --upgrade setuptools # Install druid pip3 install monome-druid # Run druid :) druid
Start by running
type q (enter) to quit.
type h (enter) for a list of special commands.
input values are printed on the top line
will reconnect to crow after a disconnect / restart
scrollable console history
druid //// druid. q to quit. h for help > x=6 > print(x) 6 > output.volts = 0 > q
Diagnostic logs are written to
Command Line Interface
Sometimes you don't need the repl, but just want to upload/download scripts to/from crow. You can do so directly from the command line with the
druid upload cool_script.lua
Uploads the provided lua file,
cool_script.lua, to crow & stores it in flash to be executed on boot.
druid download > feathers.lua
Grabs the script currently stored on crow, and pastes the result into a new file
For a collection of
druid scripts, see the community-contributed collection 'bowery'. They're a great place to start if you're looking to customize or build your own scripts.
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.
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