Raspberry Pi 7" LCD emulator for rpi-backlight
Raspberry Pi 7" LCD emulator for
This is an emulator for the Raspberry Pi 7" LCD to test and develop
rpi-backlight without having a physical
display connected or even running on the Pi.
PySide2 wheels for x86/x64 are available on PyPI, so you can simply run:
$ pip3 install rpi-backlight-emulator
On ARM (e.g. Raspberry Pi) it's more complicated (and only the new Debian/Raspbian Buster will work, Stretch won't - you'd have to install PySide2 from source):
$ sudo apt install python3-pyside2.qtcore python3-pyside2.qtgui python3-pyside2.qtwidgets $ pip3 install watchdog rpi-backlight>=2.0.0 $ pip3 install --no-deps rpi-backlight-emulator
Note: on Windows, you'll need administrator privileges to create symbolic links, which this program does - so you'll have to execute the above as administrator.
Next, open a Python shell and create a
rpi_backlight.Backlight instance using the
>>> from rpi_backlight import Backlight >>> backlight = Backlight(":emulator:") >>>
Now, continue like you're connected to a real display!
You can make changes to the display using the emulator, they'll be reflected in the Python-API and vice versa.
Show live screen to replace the static Raspbian Buster screenshot with a live
preview of your monitor.
The source code and all other files in this repository are licensed under the MIT
license, so you can easily use it in your own projects. See
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