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A pure python implementation of a NetConsole listener

Project description

pynetconsole

NetConsole (also known as RIOLog) is an insecure protocol used in the FIRST Robotics Competition to view the output of Robot programs.

Version 2.x only works with RoboRIOs that are imaged for 2018 or beyond. If you need to talk to a robot imaged prior to 2018, use pynetconsole 1.x instead.

This implementation requires Python 3, and should work on Windows, Linux, and OSX.

Installation

You can easily install this package via pip:

pip install pynetconsole

Usage

On Windows, you can run netconsole like so:

py -3 -m netconsole

On OSX/Linux, you can run netconsole like so:

netconsole

Support

Please file any bugs you may find on our github issues tracker.

Authors

This implementation of the netconsole listener is derived from the RIOLog code created by the GradleRIO project.

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