py2030

A modular swiss pocket knife for managing a network of RaspberryPIs


License
MIT
Install
pip install py2030==0.2.0

Documentation

py2030 Build Status

current version: 0.2.0

python application to control video playback for video installations using multiple Raspberry PIs

Install

pip install py2030

Usage

First you need a config file for your project which contains the profiles (configurations) for all machines. Create a minimal config file in your current directory using the following command:

python -m py2030.yaml > config.yml

Now you can run a py2030 application using the following command:

python -m py2030.app -v

The -v flag is optional and runs the application in verbose mode so you get some feedback. Running with the default generated yaml should give something like this:

DEBUG:py2030.component_manager:config file: config.yml
DEBUG:py2030.component_manager:profile: <your computer hostname>
DEBUG:py2030.component_manager:triggering start_event: start

py2030.app options

Use -v or --verbose to enable verbose mode:

python -m py2030.app -v

Use -y, --yml, --yaml or --config-file to specify the location of the config file Default value: config.yml

python -m py2030.app -y project.config.yml

Use -p or --profile to specify which profile to use Default value: the machine's network hostname with all dots (.) replaced for underscores (_)

python -m py2030.app -p master

config.yml documentation

TODO, for now have a look at the example projects.