Version 2.2.2

Important update + RevPi Connect

  • Core LEDs will not be switched off after instantiation.
  • For next generation of virtual devices we now can create more than 16 BIT IOs per memory unit.
  • You can control the LEDs on the Cores (next to .core.A1) with .core.a1green.value = True/False / .core.a1red.value = True/False. These are IO objects that also offer all other functions of the IOs.
  • RevPi Connect is supported now!
    • .core.A3 or .core.a3green / .core.a3red are available.
    • You can control the watchdog with .core.wd.value = True/False.
    • To toggle the watchdog automatically during the program runtime, you can set .core.wdautotoggle = True.
    • Internal IOs of X2 .core.x2in und .core.x2out are RevPiModIO.io objects than offer all their features and functions. For example, you can register an event to the internal input of X2 .core.x2in.reg_event(funktion). To set the internal output of X2 use .core.x2out.value = True.
  • For cyclic work after .mainloop(blocking=False) you can use the new exit signal instance.exitsignal.is_set() or while not instance.exitsignal.wait(0.5): to exit your own loop.
    The signal is set when invoking instance.exit() or end of program when using .handlesignalend().
  • Small performance improvements.

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