This package provides an object-oriented interface to the Comedi drivers. The standard Python interface bundled with Comedilib is a simple SWIG clone of the C interface. In pycomedi, we convert the functions into class methods (see
pycomedi.classes), so you don't have to worry about dragging around opaque types like
comedi_t * device pointers. We also bundle related constants together in
pycomedi.constants), to make handling common operations like flag manipulations simpler. Finally, there are a number of utility classes (see
pycomedi.utility) to make common tasks like creating instructions or reading hardware-timed analog input easier.
DocumentationMore info on author's blog
released on 30 August 2013
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|GPLv2orlater||Jgay||30 August 2013|
Leaders and contributors
|W. Trevor King||Author|
Resources and communication
|Required to use||NumPy|
|Required to build||Cython|
|Required to use||Comedi|
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