Python versions >=3.5 are supported.
The recommended way to install is by using
pip install ingenialink
Windows binary wheels are provided for all supported Python versions. For Linux and macOS, pip will automatically compile and install the library provided you have the requirements listed here installed. On recent versions of Debian/Ubuntu this translates to:
sudo apt install python3-dev libffi-dev libudev-dev libxml2-dev build-essential cmake git
Development and examples
pipenv is used for package management. You can bring up a development environment like this:
pipenv install --dev
After that, you can enter the environment shell like this:
and from there you can run any of the usage examples in the
Below you have a glimpse of the
For further details you can read the documentation where you will find simple usage examples, the API docs, etc.