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Packaging Adafruit Raspberry Pi Python Library for Pidora

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Project Description

The Adafruit Raspberry Pi Python Library contains Python libraries for a large number of Adafruit electronics that can be attached to the Pi. This project involves packaging these libraries for Pidora.

Project Leader

Project Contributor(s)

Project Details

Project Plan

Tracking

Goals by Release

Goals for each release and plans for reaching those goals:

  • 0.1 - Initial package release and submission to Pidora package review
  • 0.2 - Review issues addressed, package through the review process
    • Create patch to fix symlinks in Adafruit_CharLCDPlate directory
    • Alter python scripts to be run as non-root user
    • Update to latest commit
  • 0.3 - Package in Pidora

Communication

Upstream Wiki and Web

Website: http://www.adafruit.com/

Links/Bugs/Tracking

Package review request: http://trac.proximity.on.ca/projects/rpfr/ticket/500

Source Code Control

Github: http://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit-Raspberry-Pi-Python-Code/

Blogs

ATPenrose's SBR600 Blog

Project News

New Co-Maintainer and Inclusion in Pidora 19 (2013-12-15)

  • Chris Tyler has agreed to be a co-maintainer for this package
  • The 'adafruit-raspberry-pi-python-code' package is now tagged for inclusion in the upcoming release of Pidora 19

0.3 Release (2013-12-13) - [Blog]

  • Updated source to latest commit – 2d4678f (Adds a new script for the Adafruit MCP3002)

0.2 Release (2013-12-08) - [Blog]

  • Updated source to latest commit – 00adf3d
  • Added lines in SPEC to alter symbolic links. (Unable to use diff to create a patch as it does not work with symbolic links)
  • Altered python install directory from ‘Adafruit-Raspberry-Pi-Python-Code’ to ‘adafruit’
  • Altered package name to reflect date of source download instead of the git commit date as per package naming guidelines

0.1 Release (2013-11-28) [Blog]

  • Installs code modules to /usr/lib/python2.x/site-packages directory
  • Package passes rpmlint checks
  • Submitted package for review on Pidora Trac