Python 3 for the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC)

RobotPy 2015.0.7 released

This is a minor bugfix release of RobotPy, and is an optional upgrade for teams using RobotPy.

  • Installer improvements – ignoring the roborio’s host key, so you can perform operations on roborio’s with the same hostname
  • Update encoder API
  • LiveWindow fixes

See all changes on github. You can download the latest release from github, or use the installer to upgrade your current installation of RobotPy.

Critical pynetworktables bug; RobotPy 2015.0.6 released

This is a critical bugfix release of RobotPy, and this update is recommended for all RobotPy users.

  • NetworkTables didn’t properly handle sequence numbers, and would crash the server thread if too many values were sent over the network. This could lead to dangerous situations if test mode/LiveWindow were enabled.
  • CANJaguar update

See all changes on github. You can download the latest release from github, or use the installer to upgrade your current installation of RobotPy.

RobotPy 2015.0.5 released

This is a minor bugfix release of RobotPy, and is an optional upgrade for teams using RobotPy.

See all changes on github. You can download the latest release from github, or use the installer to upgrade your current installation of RobotPy.

RobotPy 2015.0.4 released

This is a minor bugfix release of RobotPy, and is an optional upgrade for teams using RobotPy.

  • CANJaguar could not be initialized (fixes issue #120)
  • CANTalon is now implemented in the simulated HAL, which means you can use it from pyfrc tests and simulations

See all changes on github. You can download the latest release from github, or use the installer to upgrade your current installation of RobotPy.