yaq/daemons/ekspla-nt340


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installation

The ekspla-nt340 daemon can be installed using the following package managers:

PyPI

traits

The ekspla-nt340 daemon is composed of the following traits:

has-position
is-daemon
uses-serial
uses-uart

hardware

The ekspla-nt340 daemon has been tested with the following hardware:

ekspla.nt-342/

configuration

baud_rate (int)
from uses-uart

enable (boolean) default: True
Disable this daemon. The kind entry-point will not attempt to start this daemon.
from is-daemon

log_level ({'name': 'level', 'symbols': ['debug', 'info', 'notice', 'warning', 'error', 'critical', 'alert', 'emergency'], 'type': 'enum'}) default: info
Set daemon log-level.
from is-daemon

log_to_file (boolean) default: False
Optionally force logging to a file.
from is-daemon

make (['null', 'string']) default: None
from is-daemon

model (['null', 'string']) default: None
from is-daemon

port (int)
TCP port for daemon to occupy.
from is-daemon

serial (['null', 'string']) default: None
Serial number for the particular device represented by the daemon
from is-daemon

serial_name (string)
The name of the device in serial protocol. Hint: check the controller for naming info.

serial_port (string)
from uses-uart

state

The ekspla-nt340 daemon will provide the following state information:

destination (double)
from has-position

position (double)
from has-position

messages

The ekspla-nt340 daemon will expose the following public messages:

busy ➜ boolean
Returns true if daemon is currently busy.
from is-daemon

direct_serial_write ➜ null
Expose direct access to the serial port to clients. This should not be encouraged for normal use, but may be very important for debugging. If a device is expected to return data, it should be logged at the INFO level, not returned to the client. This is done to allow long tasks to be run asynchronously, and to explicitly discourage use of this method except when debugging. Setting `busy` to true is encouraged, but individual daemon writers should consider their own use case.
from uses-serial
parameters:

message (bytes)

get_config ➜ string
Full configuration for the individual daemon as defined in the TOML file. This includes defaults and shared settings not directly specified in the daemon-specific TOML table.
from is-daemon

get_config_filepath ➜ string
String representing the absolute filepath of the configuration file on the host machine.
from is-daemon

get_destination ➜ double
Get current daemon destination.
from has-position

get_position ➜ double
Get current daemon position.
from has-position

get_state ➜ string
Get version of the running daemon
from is-daemon

get_units ➜ ['null', 'string']
Get units of daemon. These units apply to the position and destination properties.
from has-position

id ➜ {'type': 'map', 'values': ['null', 'string']}
JSON object with information to identify the daemon, including name, kind, make, model, serial.
from is-daemon

set_position ➜ null
Give the daemon a new destination, and begin motion towards that destination.
from has-position
parameters:

position (double)

set_relative ➜ double
Give the daemon a new destination relative to its current position. Daemon will immediately begin motion towards new destination. Returns new destination.
from has-position
parameters:

distance (double)

shutdown ➜ null
Cleanly shutdown (or restart) daemon.
from is-daemon
parameters:

restart (boolean) default: False


built 2022-11-30 17:44:22                                      CC0: no copyright