A Python package for I2C and SPI serial bus communication on GNU/Linux systems.
Copyright (c) 2015 - Gray Cat Labs - https://graycat.io
Serbus provides basic C APIs for the I2C and SPI serial bus protocols on GNU/Linux based systems, as well as a Python package built on top of them.
It’s really just a wrapper for the ioctl commands provided by the standard Linux I2C and SPI drivers, so it should be pretty universal. That said, I’ve currently only tested it extensively on the BeagleBone Black, so use it at your own risk! (And let me know if it’s working for you on another system)
- Source code: https://github.com/graycatlabs/serbus/
- C API documentation: https://graycat.io/docs/serbus/
- Python API documentation: https://graycat.io/docs/serbus/python/
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