SMBus-swift alternatives and similar libraries
Based on the "Embedded Systems" category.
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SwiftyGPIO7.7 0.0 L4 SMBus-swift VS SwiftyGPIOA Swift library for hardware projects on Linux/ARM boards with support for GPIOs/SPI/I2C/PWM/UART/1Wire.
5110LCD_PCD8544.swift0.8 0.0 L4 SMBus-swift VS 5110LCD_PCD8544.swiftA Swift library for the Nokia3310/5110 PCD8544 Monochrome LCD display
Scroll-phat-swift0.3 0.0 L5 SMBus-swift VS Scroll-phat-swiftSwift library to control the Pimoroni Scroll pHAT for Raspberry Pi
Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support
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SMBus-swift is a linux library to communicate with SMBus/I2C devices through /dev/i2c.
Before beign able to use SMBus in your Swift code, you should install some Linux C libraries.
On a Debian-like distro:
sudo apt-get install i2c-tools libi2c-dev
Then you have to make sure the i2c module is active. So check or add
# /etc/modules: kernel modules to load at boot time. # # This file contains the names of kernel modules that should be loaded # at boot time, one per line. Lines beginning with "#" are ignored. i2c-dev
The library is being written for/on a Raspberry Pi where the Package Manager is not functional yet, so I couldn't really figure out a way to make it work with that, and you'll have to do it manually for now. After cloning, compile your program adding the 2 system dependencies and the main file, like
swiftc -o MyProgram -I ./SMBus-swift/Packages/Ci2c -I ./SMBus-swift/Packages/CioctlHelper ./SMBus-swift/Sources/SMBus.swift main.swift
You can look here for some examples on how to include the library in your program.
No need to import anything since the library is built together with your other sources. To open the connection create an SMBus object:
try bus = SMBus(busNumber: 1) // opens /dev/i2c-1
and then send your commands:
try bus.writeI2CBlockData(0x60, command: UInt8(0x01), values: [UInt8(2)])
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