luma.core

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Contributing

Pull requests (code changes / documentation / typos / feature requests / setup) are gladly accepted. If you are intending to introduce some large-scale changes, please get in touch first to make sure we’re on the same page: try to include a docstring for any new method or class, and keep method bodies small, readable and PEP8-compliant. Add tests and strive to keep the code coverage levels high.

GitHub

The source code is available to clone at: https://github.com/rm-hull/luma.core

Contributors

  • Thijs Triemstra (@thijstriemstra)

  • Christoph Handel (@fragfutter)

  • @Boeeerb

  • @xes

  • Roger Dahl (@rogerdahl)

  • Václav Šmilauer (@eudoxos)

  • Claus Bjerre (@bjerrep)

  • @bkntrx

  • @7754359337

  • @theraspydev

  • @vortigont

  • Maarten Los (@mlos)

  • Jonathan Pereira (@jonathanrjpereira)

  • Daniel Smullen (@drspangle)

  • Hans Liss (@hansliss)

  • Phil Howard (@gadgetoid)

  • Manuel Baesler (@baslr)

  • Dhrone (@dhrone)

  • @jakiee3y

  • Matthew Lovell (@mattblovell)

  • Tiago F. Pimentel (@antropoiese)

  • Maciej Sokolowski (@matemaciek)

ChangeLog

Version

Description

Date

2.3.1

  • Add Github publish action

2021/03/08

2.3.0

  • Cleanup only GPIO pins used rather than all

2021/03/08

2.2.0

  • Linux framebuffer: Support BGR, RGBA & BGRA colorspace displays

2020/12/11

2.1.0

  • Linux framebuffer pseudo-device uses diff-to-previous algorithm

2020/11/30

2.0.2

  • Change order of namepaces cmdline, so SSD1306 is default

2020/11/26

2.0.1

  • Fix to allow cmdline args to dynamically create a full_frame() instance

2020/11/06

2.0.0

  • Improved diff_to_previous framebuffer performance

  • Add Linux framebuffer pseudo-device

  • Allow a wider range of SPI bus speeds

2020/11/02

1.17.3

  • Drop support for Python 3.5, only 3.6 or newer is supported now

  • Add missing cmdline interfaces: “noop” & “gpio_cs_spi”

  • Legacy proportional font wrapper raises user-friendly error message when character is not in the font table

2020/10/24

1.17.2

  • Remove SPI cs_high capability (causing SystemException in latest version of spidev on 5.4 kernel line)

2020/10/11

1.17.1

  • Add cmdline opt: “pcf8574” and “bitbang_6800” interfaces

2020/09/26

1.17.0

  • Added –inverse option for ST7735 to cmdline opt

  • Allow SPI interface to define reset duration

  • Change bitmap_font to be compatible with Pillow < 7.0

2020/09/25

1.16.2

  • Added new parallel interface module

  • Renamed parallel class to bitbang_6800; moved to parallel module

2020/09/20

1.16.1

  • Fix bug in bitmap_font: glyph_index now computed correctly

2020/08/29

1.16.0

  • Embedded font parallel device (for upcoming HD44780, Winstar character devices)

2020/08/27

1.15.0

  • Parallel bus and I²C backpack support

2020/08/10

1.14.1

  • Pin spidev at v3.4 or lower; v3.5 seems to cause SystemException running on latest linux kernel

  • Fix bug in snapshot: should always redraw on startup

2020/07/26

1.14.0

  • Drop support for Python 2.7, only 3.5 or newer is supported now

  • Add support for SPI mode (clock polarity and phase)

2020/04/07

1.13.0

  • Add support for using any GPIO pin as a CS pin for SPI

2020/01/12

1.12.0

  • Rework namespace support for subprojects

2019/06/15

1.11.0

  • Support luma.lcd.aux (if present)

2019/06/02

1.10.1

  • Fix [Error 22] emitted from within I2C serial adapter when used with SSD1327 device

2019/05/25

1.10.0

  • Allow viewport pseudo-display to dither when rendering to device with lower-fidelity color mode

2019/05/23

1.9.0

  • Improve I2C render speed by not chunking into 32-byte blocks

  • Add support for bridging FTDI to I2C/SPI

2019/05/10

1.8.3

  • Improve command line help output

  • Split API docs into separate pages

2019/01/07

1.8.2

  • Fix type hint for SPI’s cs_high parameter

2018/11/05

1.8.1

  • Mutable string now works over unicode (for both py2/3)

2018/09/18

1.8.0

  • Namespace packaging fix

  • Correct implementation of pkgutil style namespace

  • Support for Python 3.7

  • Docstring updates

2018/09/04

1.7.2

  • Fix upside-down SEG7_FONT

2018/03/29

1.7.1

  • Support unicode in terminal class

2018/03/22

1.7.0

  • Add persist flag on device

2018/03/21

1.6.0

  • Add --spi-transfer-size=... flag in cmdline args

2018/02/21

1.5.0

  • Add SEG7_FONT: Compact 7x3 font for LED Matrix

2018/02/06

1.4.0

  • Add --spi-cs-high=... flag in cmdline args

2018/01/29

1.3.0

  • Add --gpio-mode=... flag in cmdline args

2018/01/02

1.2.1

  • Use extras_require in setup.py for Linux dependencies

2017/11/26

1.2.0

  • Added get_library_version & get_library_for_display_type

2017/11/23

1.1.1

  • Version number available as luma.core.__version__ now

2017/11/23

1.1.0

  • Added image composition classes

2017/10/28

1.0.3

  • Explicitly state ‘UTF-8’ encoding in setup when reading files

2017/10/18

1.0.2

  • Fix conditional install on wheel

2017/09/15

1.0.1

  • Don’t install RPi.GPIO & spidev if setup running on OSX

2017/09/04

1.0.0

  • Stable release (remove all deprecated methods & parameters)

2017/07/29

0.9.5

  • Remove assert in terminal to allow extended characters to be printed (note: this only works for Python3 presently)

2017/07/06

0.9.4

  • Add tolerant class for legacy font handling non-ASCII chars

  • Add CP437 chars to fonts.py

2017/07/01

0.9.3

  • LCD_FONT: lowercase cyrillic chars added, minor corrections in uppercase chars

2017/06/25

0.9.2

  • Add background= option to luma.core.render.canvas

  • Add TCA9548A I2C multiplex scanner (contrib)

  • Display I2C address in hex when error occurs

2017/06/19

0.9.1

  • Add cmdline block orientation of 180

2017/05/01

0.9.0

  • Add word-wrap capability to luma.core.virtual.terminal

  • Bug fix to luma.core.virtual.terminal when scrolling

2017/04/22

0.8.1

  • Propagate segment_mapper through other virtual devices

2017/04/14

0.8.0

  • Migrate seven-segment wrapper from luma.led_matrix

2017/04/14

0.7.5

  • Allow alternative RPi.GPIO implementations

2017/04/09

0.7.4

  • Reduce size of space character in legacy proportional font

2017/04/09

0.7.3

  • Cmdline args now supports backlight active high/low

2017/04/07

0.7.2

  • Add --h-offset=N and --v-offset=N params to cmdline args

2017/04/07

0.7.1

  • Improve formatting in command line options

2017/04/06

0.7.0

  • Add software-based bitbang SPI implementation

  • Cmdline args parsing

  • Use monotonic clock

2017/03/27

0.6.2

  • Move GPIO.setmode() to point when referenced

  • Use regex prefix in ANSI color parser (fixes deprecation warning)

2017/03/19

0.6.1

  • Deprecate spi params

  • Fix resource leak in spritesheet

2017/03/13

0.6.0

  • Terminal supports ANSI Color escape codes

  • Catch & rethrow IOErrors

2017/03/13

0.5.4

  • Rework decorators

2017/03/08

0.5.3

  • Catch & rethrow all RPi.GPIO RuntimeExceptions

2017/03/08

0.5.2

  • Raise error.UnsupportedPlatform if RPi.GPIO is not available

  • Bug fix to luma.core.virtual.terminal to handle multiple \n

2017/03/08

0.5.1

  • Bug fix: legacy.show_message regression

2017/03/05

0.5.0

  • BREAKING CHANGES: Rework framework_regulator class

  • Documentation updates

2017/03/05

0.4.4

  • Bug fix: legacy.show_message off-by-one bug

2017/03/02

0.4.3

  • Restrict exported Python symbols from luma.core.serial

2017/03/02

0.4.2

  • Optional alignment of framebuffer bounding_box to word-boundaries

2017/02/28

0.4.1

  • Refactor framebuffer interface

2017/02/27

0.4.0

  • Add spritesheet and framerate_regulator functionality

  • Add full-frame and diff-to-previous framebuffer implementations

  • Remove unnecessary travis/tox dependencies

2017/02/27

0.3.2

  • Bug fix: legacy.show_message wrong device height

  • Add Cyrillic chars to legacy font

  • Make pytest-runner a conditional requirement

2017/02/24

0.3.1

  • Imported legacy font handling from rm-hull/luma.led_matrix

2017/02/19

0.2.0

  • Fix bug in seven_segment transform (display correct char)

  • Moved emulator code to rm-hull/luma.emulator github repo

2017/02/17

0.1.15

  • Require at least Pillow 4.0.0

  • Configurable transfer_size on SPI writes

  • Documentation updates

2017/02/11

0.1.14

  • Use a more flexible no-op implementation

  • Use spidev’s writebytes() rather than xfer2()

  • Dont write GIF animation if nothing was displayed

  • Attempt to optimize palette when saving GIF animations

2017/02/03

0.1.13

  • Fix bug in setup script

2017/01/23

0.1.12

  • Assert valid SPI bus speed

  • Don’t report errors in shutdown

  • Don’t package as zip-safe

  • Add 7-segment LED emulation transformer

2017/01/21

0.1.11

  • Rejig packaging to include emulator assets

2017/01/20

0.1.3

  • Reset SPI device on initialization

  • Add LED matrix emulation transformer

2017/01/19

0.1.2

  • Namespace packaging

2017/01/10

0.1.0

  • Split out core functionality from rm-hull/ssd1306

2017/01/10

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