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Python interface to Train Simulator 2016

Project description

Python interface to Train Simulator 2016. The aim of this project is to ease communication with raildriver.dll provided with Train Simulator.

py-raildriver’s only external dependency is six which should make this project compatible with both Python 2 and 3.


pip install py-raildriver


See raildriver.RailDriver docstrings.

Usage example

Start your Railworks.exe, get running, pause and try this in your Python console.

>>> import raildriver
>>> rd = raildriver.RailDriver()
>>> rd.set_rail_driver_connected(True)  # start data exchange
>>> assert 'SpeedometerMPH' in dict(rd.get_controller_list()).values(), 'SpeedometerMPH is not available on this loco'
>>> rd.get_current_controller_value('SpeedometerMPH')

Bugs & Contributing

Please use Github to report bugs and feature requests:

Code contributions are of course more than welcome. Please remember about unit tests or your code might not be accepted. You can run the test suite with::

python test

Piotr Kilczuk



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