I have a program with mildly complicated logic. As such, I want to the logic in Python instead of C. However, this program needs to then tell the Arduino chip to do something with it's I/O pins.
Basically, I require the Python program to stream commands to the Arduino in a queue like fashion
I saw the Bridge Console demo which uses telnet, and I thought I would open a telnet connection from the linino chip's Python to send commands to the Arduino chip.
However, this seems like a bit of overkill... Is there a simpler way I can write to the bridge console from Python without opening a TCP connection?
Keep in mind that I want a stream type interface (one command after the other), not a dictionary/bucket type of interface.