This library contains native code. If you use Raspbian, you might neet to re-build it. It is C++ code that need to be compiled into .so file, which will be loaded into C# managed environment. Sounds scary. Have no fear! Just ro to that folder and run “make” command – that’s it!
Device. See instructions on RPi.I2C.Net page. It adds a device – for new Raspberry PI it is “/dev/i2c-1″. If you use old raspberry, it could be different, like “/dev/i2c-0″. It is somewhere in my C# code, and if you use old Raspberry, please correct it.
So, please create a new command-line project in MonoDevelop, add RPi.I2C.Net, copy example code to the program cs and run it. make sure you adjust channel numbers. I have 6 LEDs (which are 2 RGB LEDs) on channels 0,1,2,4,5,6
My I2C address is 40 (which is default).
Sorry, my code is not industrial-strength. There is no exception handling. Please improve it if needed.
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