Python 3 for the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC)

PyFRC 2015.3.4 released

Contains some physics related and CANTalon bugfixes. Speaking of which, pyfrc has physics support again, which means you can run your robot on a simulated field again! It’s pretty useful for testing out autonomous modes and some other limited behaviors. Check out the pyfrc documentation for more details!

As before, there are samples distributed with pyfrc that show you how you can take advantage of this really cool functionality that puts python a step above the rest for FRC programming!