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Third party Python API for INDI client

Project Description
An INDI_ Client Python API, auto-generated from the official C++ API using SWIG.

Installation

Use pip (recommended): pip install pyindi-client

Alternatively download a release, extract it and run: python setup.py install

The file setup.cfg contains configuration options (mainly concerning libindi installation path).
The file setup.py searchs for the libindiclient.a library in some predefined directories.
If not found, the script fails. Locate this library (try locate lindiclient.a from the command line)
and add its path to the libindisearchpaths variable in the setup script.

Dependencies

For the above installation to work, you need to have installed from your distribution repositories the following packages: Python setup tools, Python development files, libindi development files and swig.
- On an Ubuntu-like distribution, you may use:
apt-get install python-setuptools python-dev libindi-dev swig
- On a Fedora-like distribution, you may use (dnf or yum):
dnf install python-setuptools python-devel libindi-devel swig
Release History

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0.2.1

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0.1.0a1

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