... it's not so easy!
I need some hints from the experts.
For my re-installation after disaster, now ahead Python 3.6, I need a plugin what original is not released for Python 3.
I changed some lines, so that it works with actual installation.
But I had problems to install it. The only method that had been successful was to copy it to
Result: it works as it should, but I don't like it there. It's marked as "bundeled" now.
If I copy it to
it's ignored by OctoPrint. I guess there must be a list of plugins to load, that OctoPrint reads on startup?
Maybe someone can share some knowledge about internals to me.
As "thanks in advantage" attached some fast and durty low-level code to support GPIOs on a Pi by deamon, I assembled from shreds I cut from bigger programs I wrote.
It's more for internal use; it's not pessimistically written, like software to distribute should be.
But maybe there are some useful parts to others in it.
gpioservice.zip (4.8 KB)