A Python library to connect to an OpenXC vehicle interface
vehicle, openxc, python
The OpenXC Python library (for Python 3.6.7) provides an interface to vehicle data from the OpenXC Platform. The primary platform for OpenXC applications is Android, but for prototyping and testing, often it is preferrable to use a low-overhead environment like Python when developing.
In addition to a port of the Android library API, the package also contains a number of command-line tools for connecting to the CAN translator and manipulating previously recorded vehicle data.
If you are getting the error “ValueError: No backend available” on windows please reinstall your libusb0 driver using https://github.com/openxc/vi-windows-driver if you are in a envirment where you can not use an unsigned driver please use https://zadig.akeo.ie/
Due to changes in signals.cpp openxc-python Version 2.0.0 must be used with vi-firmware 8.0.0 or greater. Due to changes with large diagnostic responses Version 2.1.0 must be used with vi-firmware 8.1.0 or greater.
To package run “setup.py sdist bdist_wheel” to push to pypi run “python -m twine upload dist/*” Version files:
Copyright (c) 2012-2020 Ford Motor Company
Licensed under the BSD license.
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