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Over the last couple of weeks the pace of development for Python programmers who like to dabble in GPIO has gone up a gear. Both main GPIO systems for Python on the Raspberry Pi have been getting some enhancements.

RPi.GPIO, now at version 0.5.2a, has interrupts and threaded callback capability. You will probably have seen my three recent posts showing how to use those .

WiringPi for Python version 2 is in Beta testing. I discovered two bugs while I was trying it out. Both of those have been squashed. One by Gordon “Drogon” Henderson in the C source code and another by Phil “Gadgetoid” Howard in the Python install script. There’s a lot more stuff to test, but that’s not what I’m writing about today, so I’ll save that for a future post. Suffice it to say that the Python Gertboard software all works with WiringPi2 (at least it will when I release it soon with very minor tweaks).

Spy software labels for ql-650td

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Over the last couple of weeks the pace of development for Python programmers who like to dabble in GPIO has gone up a gear. Both main GPIO systems for Python on the Raspberry Pi have been getting some enhancements.

RPi.GPIO, now at version 0.5.2a, has interrupts and threaded callback capability. You will probably have seen my three recent posts showing how to use those .

WiringPi for Python version 2 is in Beta testing. I discovered two bugs while I was trying it out. Both of those have been squashed. One by Gordon “Drogon” Henderson in the C source code and another by Phil “Gadgetoid” Howard in the Python install script. There’s a lot more stuff to test, but that’s not what I’m writing about today, so I’ll save that for a future post. Suffice it to say that the Python Gertboard software all works with WiringPi2 (at least it will when I release it soon with very minor tweaks).

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