BusPirate - Ruby interface to Bus Pirate (via binary mode)
Ruby class (and gem in the future) to access The Bus Pirate in binary mode.
- all "basic" features
- UART mode
- SPI mode
- all other modes are missing (but will be implemented soon'ish)
Tested on Linux and OSX (should on windoze if seriaport does).
Create a BusPirate instance:
require 'buspirate' pirate = BusPirate.new('/dev/port', bauds, bits, stopbit, parity)
Linux example (115200b 8-N-1):
pirate = BusPirate.new('/dev/ttyACM0')
Mode::SPI Mode::I2C Mode::UART Mode::ONEWIRE Mode::RAWWIRE pirate.switch_mode(BusPirate::Mode::XXX)
Check out the examples/ folder for some action.
- a Bus Pirate ^^
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