libmraa - Low Level Skeleton Library for Communication on GNU/Linux platforms
The intent is to make it easier for developers and sensor manufacturers to map their sensors & actuators on top of supported hardware and to allow control of low level communication protocol by high level languages & constructs.
- Galileo Gen 1 - Rev D
- Galileo Gen 2 - Rev H
- Intel DE3815
- Minnowboard Max
- NUC 5th generation
- 86Duino One
- 86Duino Zero
- 86Duino EduCake
Installing on your board
See the section below on compiling or use our repository to install on a glibc based yocto poky image that supports opkg. Adding this repository is as simple as and you'll have the latest stable tagged build of mraa installed!
echo "src mraa-upm http://iotdk.intel.com/repos/2.0/intelgalactic" > /etc/opkg/mraa-upm.conf opkg update opkg install mraa
If you would like to get the latest & greatest builds from master HEAD you can use our -dev repository
echo "src mraa-upm http://iotdk.intel.com/repos/2.0/intelgalactic-dev" > /etc/opkg/mraa-upm.conf opkg update opkg install mraa
You can also install just the node.js mraa module by using npm. You will need a C++ compiler and the node development headers, however it's not required to have SWIG installed.
npm install mraa
See documentation on building
See the examples available for various languages
Sometimes it just doesn't want to work, let us try and help you, you can file issues in github or join us in #mraa on freenode IRC, hang around for a little while because we're not necessarily on 24/7, but we'll get back to you! Have a glance at our debugging page too.
Version changelog here.