5.4. API - Deprecated

In earlier versions of this library, all classes of the easysensors module belonged to easygopigo3 module. This can potentially make scripts written on a older version of this not work anymore. In order to prevent this problem, we have created dummy functions of each class of the easysensors module and placed them in easygopigo3. Since these functions take the same arguments as the classes that were in previously and because they return an object, the scripts that were built on that long-gone API still work.

We intent to support these “dummy” functions for a while before we retire them.

In summary, the classes that are now being instantiated from the easysensors can still be instantiated from easygopigo3 for a while. These classes are:

easygopigo3.LightSensor([port, gpg, use_mutex])

Use easysensors.LightSensor instead

easygopigo3.SoundSensor([port, gpg, use_mutex])

Use easysensors.SoundSensor instead

easygopigo3.LoudnessSensor([port, gpg, …])

Use easysensors.LoudnessSensor instead

easygopigo3.UltraSonicSensor([port, gpg, …])

Use easysensors.UltraSonicSensor instead

easygopigo3.Buzzer([port, gpg, use_mutex])

Use easysensors.Buzzer instead

easygopigo3.Led([port, gpg, use_mutex])

Use easysensors.Led instead

easygopigo3.MotionSensor([port, gpg, use_mutex])

Use easysensors.MotionSensor instead

easygopigo3.ButtonSensor([port, gpg, use_mutex])

Use easysensors.ButtonSensor instead

easygopigo3.Remote([port, gpg, use_mutex])

Use easysensors.Remote instead

easygopigo3.LineFollower([port, gpg, use_mutex])

Use di_sensors.easy_line_follower.EasyLineFollower instead

easygopigo3.Servo([port, gpg, use_mutex])

Use easysensors.Servo instead

easygopigo3.DHTSensor([gpg, sensor_type, …])

Use easysensors.DHTSensor instead

The only exception is the easygopigo3.DistanceSensor() which class no longer exists in either module. This surrogate function has the same arguments as the other classes and the only port available to use is the "I2C". If you wish to initialize an object for the Distance Sensor, a better way is just to use the DistanceSensor class of DI-Sensors library on which this library is based upon.