A simple time-based morse code library in Python, written for Raspberry Pi applications.
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michael-morse

michael-morse is yet another Python morse code library.

How It Works

This library basically creates a queue of activities.
It translates an ascii message into morse code, and morse code
into a series of scheduled on/off switches.

These switches are tied to actions that can be either
hardware- or software-based.

Why michael-morse?

What makes it different? This morse code library
is aimed at use with the Raspberry Pi, so applications
for using morse code include both circuitry
(controlling the GPIO pin voltages)
and non-circuitry (performing tasks or subroutines).
Most of the other libraries I’d found were aimed
at one or the other.

Who’s michael-morse?

The name of the library is an homage to
Michael Morse, outfielder and designated hitter
on the 2014 San Francisco Giants World Series team.