Python binding for AdvaBoard RPi1 libraries
|Requires:||Python 2 (>= 2.6) or Python 3|
For Raspbian, already compiled C-libraries can be found in ../prebuilt/, and are installed with the other prebuilt files.
For other distributions, you may have to compile the C-libraries and install software manually:
Compile/install the C-libraries: see ../README
install Python library:
Use distutils, for Python 2:python ./am_rpi/setup.py install # --or-- python ./am_rpi/setup.py install --user
Use distutils, for Python 3:python3 ./am_rpi/setup.py install # --or-- python3 ./am_rpi/setup.py install --user
or simply copy or symlink the am_rpi-directory to a directory which is found by Python's "import", e.g. into your project-directory.
- import am_rpi.advaboard and maybe am_rpi.advamation, or use from am_rpi import advaboard etc.
See ../examples/README.txt and ../examples/python/.