I am currently working with a Raspberry Pi (Model B+) and have some experience with Arduino (and it's derivates).
Now, there are three Libs for GPIO access with Python for the Pi:
- WiringPi (WiringPi2)
What are the advantages/disatvantages of each, since I cannot find a comprehensive list.
RPIO (latest update to version 0.10.1 2 years ago according to github) is said to replace RPi.GPIO which is somehow still maintained (latest update to version 0.5.9 2015-01-04). Furthermore, the latest update to WiringPi2 on github is 7 months ago.
More specifically, the RPIO is said to provide better PWM results (among other things, I'm gonna control a servo) than RPi.GPIO which did a good job so far.
I'd like to work with just one Python GPIO lib.
I now migrated my whole code to work with the pigpio framework which works like a charme.