pexpect with pyserial
This is like pexpect, but it will work with serial port that you pass it. You are reponsible for opening and close the serial port. This allows you to use Pexpect with Serial port which pyserial supports.
import serial from pexpect_serial import SerialSpawn with serial.Serial('COM1', 115200, timeout=0) as ser: ss = SerialSpawn(ser) ss.sendline('start') ss.expect('done')
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