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RasppberryPi GPIO support

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Project Description

The Raspberry Pi has a useful set of gpio pins to which we can attached a wide range of devices, inputs and sensors. This package provides support for many of them. The original version was written by Doug McPherson to use a home-brew library. This version has been hacked up to use the pigpio library (see http://abyz.me.uk/rpi/pigpio/) which is now part of the standard Raspbian distribution. Remember to start the pigpiod daemon with`sudo pigpiod`. You must install the FFI-Pools and FFI-Kernel packages before this; see http://source.squeakfoundation.org/FFI for the package. If you are running a Squeak 5.3 based image you *must* load 'FFI-Pools-TorstenBergmann.4'and 'FFI-Kernel-nice.68'. If you are running a Squeak 6alpha image, there seems to be a problem caused by changes to the FFI that need fixing soon.

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Creator:tim rowledge
Admin:tim rowledge, Vanessa Freudenberg, Douglas McPherson

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monticello, squeak

License

Code commited to this repository will be automatically under MIT license.

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http://www.squeaksource.com/HardwarePeripherals.html
http://www.squeaksource.com/HardwarePeripherals

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Registered:4 July 2016 10:41:49 pm
Total Releases:3
Total Versions:0
Total Downloads:223
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