Interface with code running on a microprocessor via serial
uCommander - The Micro Commander
This library simplifies interfacing with code written on a microprocessor like an Arduino, Teensy, or similar devices via serial communication.
The Python code is designed to work with the uCommander Arduino library.
Basic CLI Usage
First, install the ucommander Python library with pip, ideally in a virtual environment.
$ cd myproject $ python -m venv venv $ pip install ucommander
After you have the
ucommander library installed in your Python environment,
ensure your microprocessor is attached to your host and determine what
serial port you will use to communicate with it.
listports command can help with this.
$ python -m ucommander listports Attempting to enumerate serial ports... /dev/cu.SOC - n/a /dev/cu.usbmodem - USB Serial
Once you know the serial port, run the discover command to learn which commands you can run and what arguments they require.
$ python -m ucommander -p /dev/cu.usbmodem discover Available commands: ledIfPi FLOAT(4)
Finally, run the commands, providing any required arguments after the command name.
$ python -m ucommander -p /dev/cu.usbmodem ledIfPi 3.14 $ python -m ucommander -p /dev/cu.usbmodem ledIfPi 3.24
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