A GPIO Package that works on any platform
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README.md

anyio

A GPIO Python module, that works on many platforms.

This package was written initially to support the hardware chapters in my book Adventures in Minecraft:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Adventures-Minecraft-David-Whale/dp/111894691X

If you want to access the specific version that was used with that book, please follow this link:

https://github.com/whaleygeek/anyio/tree/adventures_in_minecraft

The anyio package aims to mimic the basic functionality of the RPi.GPIO Python module that is used on the Raspberry Pi computer. 'Mimic' is used in the loosest sense of the word, because all it does is to implement 5 functions of the same name as the RPi.GPIO module. This allows you to write simple GPIO programs in Python, that work on Raspberry Pi, PC, Mac and Linux computers.

For detailed instructions about how to use this package, please see the instructions.md file here:

https://github.com/whaleygeek/anyio/blob/master/instructions.md

You might also like to see Ryan's RTk.GPIO package here, which has a hardware board that works with a wide range of Raspberry Pi plug on boards:

https://github.com/RyanteckLTD/RTk

David Whale

@whaleygeek

May 2016