After several months’ work, python-ev3dev version 2 is available in beta. This release is specifically targeted at ev3dev-stretch, and comes with a variety of improvements to existing interfaces as well as some new features. In particular, we hope that writing software for driving robots will now be significantly easier.
The highlights include:
ev3dev2.motor.Motor.on_for_rotationsand the other
on_for_*methods on motors.
If you haven’t already, see @dlech’s news post on Stretch
for information on the new ev3dev version. If you’re running the image from August 6
or newer, the library should come pre-installed; otherwise, you’ll need
to install the
python3-ev3dev2 package via
Once your ev3dev installation is ready, head over to our upgrading guide to get started!