Automating the making of beautiful pinout diagrams for microcontroller boards #Documentation @AT_Makers
Bill Binko from ATMakers.org has taken on the noble task of making accurate color pinout diagrams for some Adafruit microcontroller boards. He walks in the footsteps of pighxxx and others who first brought this art to makers.
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Totally automated data driven pinout generator in pure python. The advantage is, you can easily tweak pin labels in a text file and regenerate. You don’t have to keep redrawing and aligning and wishing you were coding rather than making pinout diagrams.