jackendra Posted August 9, 2014 Share Posted August 9, 2014 (edited) I created a sort of converter, that converts simple scripting commands to teensy C source. I've decided to write in Python since its cross-platform, and most *unix/Linux machines come with it installed. I have decided to do this because some people may already own a teensy, and want what a teensy can do, but sadly dont have the C experience that others may have. Heres a little screenshot of what gets outputted: I did not implement a default delay yet, so you have to be a tad bit more careful when executing multiple 'commands' one after the other. What do you guys think, any questions? I wanted to say, I know alot of people have done something like this. so dont be too mad since I decided to do it also :P I wasnt planning on sharing due to that fact, but I just felt like I had too. Edited August 9, 2014 by jackendra Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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