ANN: PyVISA 1.0 -- GPIB, USB, RS232 instrument control

Discussion in 'Python' started by Torsten Bronger, Jan 24, 2006.

  1. Hallöchen!

    At http://pyvisa.sourceforge.net you can find information about the
    PyVISA package. It realises Python bindings for the VISA library
    functions, which enables you to control GPIB, USB, and RS232-serial
    measurement devices via Python.

    Today I released version 1.0. If you have v0.9.7 of last september
    already, you needn't download it because it contains only minor
    improvements in the documentation. However, since I've received a
    couple of positive reports about successful use of PyVISA (and no
    negatives), I finally dare to jump to 1.0 and declare it stable.

    Tschö,
    Torsten.

    F'up to comp.lang.python
    --
    Torsten Bronger, aquisgrana, europa vetus ICQ 264-296-646
    Torsten Bronger, Jan 24, 2006
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