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A pythonic way to access the teensytoany board

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Python TeensyToAny

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A pythonic way to access the teensytoany board

Features

  • TODO

Credits

This package was created with Cookiecutter and the hmaarrfk/cookiecutter-pypackage project template.

History

0.2.0 (2023-11-07)

  • Add a timeout property to simplify modifying the command timeout.

0.1.0 (2023-09-29)

  • Provide access the new mcu command that reveals the microcontroller used at the time of firmware programming.

  • Provide an internal method that can be used by developers to update to the latest firmware.

0.0.34 (2023-08-26)

  • Small fixup in how reading the Teensy's registers is done to ensure better forward compatibility.

0.0.33 (2023-08-26)

The following features require teensy-to-any version 0.0.23 or greater

  • Add support for gpio_digital_pulse.
  • Add support for analog_pulse.
  • Add support for new value parameter for gpio_pin_mode.
  • Add support to read the data returned from spi_transfer_bulk.

0.0.32 (2023-08-30)

  • Address bugs in reading the values from Teensy's registers.

0.0.31 (2023-08-21)

  • Add the ability to read and write to the teensy's registers.

0.0.30 (2023-04-03)

  • Increase default timeout to 0.2 seconds from 0.1. This helps receive error messages from missed I2C communications.
  • Return an error if no response is returned from a standard command indicating a timeout.

0.0.29 (2023-03-06)

  • Try to avoid racy conditions in version reading
  • Flush buffers upon startup to help with crash recovery.

0.0.28 (2023-03-04)

  • Make the error message when no device is found more human friendly.

0.0.27 (2022-10-16)

  • Use packaging instead of distutils for version identification

0.0.26 (2021-09-13)

  • added function spi_read_byte enabling the user to read SPI register.

0.0.25 (2021-07-14)

  • added function analog_read enabling the user to read analog signals.

0.0.24 (2021-06-03)

  • added i2c_read_payload and i2c_write_payload functions which allows users to read and write a contiguous payload of bytes

0.0.23 (2021-02-13)

  • Ensure compatibility with pyserial 3.X
  • Power a start_poweroff parameter to TeensyPower to start the device in the on state.
  • Added the ability to close and open the device without deleting the python object.

0.0.22 (2020-06-18)

  • Added the ability to control a power switch that is connected to the nominally on port.

0.0.20 (2019-12-14)

  • Added capabilities for SPI and Analog functions

0.0.16 (2019-11-30)

  • TeensyPower destructor will not raise an error when the device had failed to open.

0.0.15 (2019-11-29)

  • TeensyPower devices will automatically poweroff the output when closed.

0.0.14 (2019-11-29)

  • Added the specialized TeensyPower driver.

0.0.13 (2019-11-20)

  • Added a few more serial numbers to the teensytoany.known_devices

0.0.1 (2019-11-07)

  • First release on PyPI.

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