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For general questions about the GPIO pins, do not use this tag; use [gpio]. This tag is for the npm (node.js package manager) module for controlling the GPIO pins on the Pi using JavaScript. It is unrelated to the pigpio C/Python library.

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My Qt ( C++ ) application successfully dims the screen using the pigpio library on my Raspberry Pi compute module. It works great and is very stable using the code below. The problem, is that my previ …
asked Dec 24 '15 by PhilBot