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API Reference, in HTML and PDF format
Directory with sample programs in Python
Source code of the high-level library (in Python)
Low-level library (C source code with makefile to build this library is available in the C++ library)
List of files contained in this archive
This library is also published on PyPI (the Python Package Index). https://pypi.python.org/pypi/yoctopuce
To install it form PyPI simply run the pip install command like this
pip install yoctopuce
If you allready have the library installed from PyPI you can upgrade it with the following command:
pip install -U yoctopuce
Note that if you use the library form PyPI you need to specify the package name in the
from .. import statements.
```` from yoctopuce.yocto_api import * from yoctopuce.yocto_temperature import *
For more details, refer to the documentation specific to each product, which includes sample code with explanations, and a programming reference manual. In case of trouble, contact [email protected]
Have fun !
For diversity reasons, it would be nice to try to avoid 'master' and 'slave' terminology in this repository which can be associated to slavery. The master-slave terminology could be problematic for people in several countries which has the history of slavery like Romania, USA and many others. Thank you for considering the proposal. Let me know if any changes in the PR are needed, I would be happy to implement them.