OPi-GPIO is a drop-in replacement library for RPi.GPIO for the Orange Pi Zero. Only the basic GPIO functions are replicated, using sysfs: this allows the GPIO pins to be accessed from user space.
Pull requests (code changes / documentation / typos / feature requests / setup) are gladly accepted. If you are intending to introduce some large-scale changes, please get in touch first to make sure we’re on the same page: try to include a docstring for any new method or class, and keep method bodies small, readable and PEP8-compliant. Add tests and strive to keep the code coverage levels high.
- Simon Rowe (@srowe)
- Steven P. Goldsmith (@sgjava)
- Adrian Cuzman (@adriancuzman)
- Mathieu Pasquet (@winterscar)
- Stephen Sorriaux (@StephenSorriaux)
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