A zero-install I2C driver in Python for the Raspberry Pi

This is a placeholder for a project that I developed in order to build a zero-install RFID tag reader project. I will soon package this up and make the code available with examples of how to read and write from I2C devices within Python programs.

It is possible to do this already with a number of Raspberry Pi driver modules, but they often are sensitive to the configuration of the Pi, which means that to replicate running these programs on other Pi’s you have to provide setup instructions. My I2C driver “just works”. You run the Python, and it talks to the I2C device.

Come back later to grab the code when it is available.

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