$ git tag

$ git branch
* master

Linux Userspace GPIO Library

Current and planned features:


Without a mapper active, the GPIOs adressed are the direct exported GPIO numbers, not necessarily in any logical order. Requesting $gpio[22] gives you GPIO22.

$gpio = new Gpio();
$gpio1 = $gpio[1];

With a Mapper

With a mapper the pins are arranged logically starting at 0. For example, with the WiringPi mapper, $gpio[0] would return GPIO17 and so on. The GpioPin#getPin() method will still return the actual GPIO (i.e. 17 rather than 0).

$gpio = new Gpio();
$mapper = new WiringPiMapper(2);

$gpio17 = $gpio[0];


NOTE: Not implemented!

For interrupts to work, you need to first bind the interrupt handler, and then make sure to call on Gpio#refresh() every cycle to poll the interrupt flag on the selected pins. This is because the select() function is used.

$gpio = new Gpio();

// Set the handler on the Gpio object
$gpio->setInterruptHandler($gpio[4], function() { ... });
// Or like this on the GpioPin.
    ->setHandler(function() { ... });

while (..) {

You can also be risky and use php ticks and timerfuncs (although that might not be portable/supported/efficient/a good idea):


$gpio = new Gpio();

$gpiotick = new GpioTickHandler();

// The interrupts will now be polled approx every 5th php vm "tick"

Parallel addressing of pins

Implemented in 0.1.x

$gpio = new Gpio();
$gpio->setMapper( new WiringPiMapper(2) );

$par = new BitmappedGpio();
for($n = 0; $n < 7; $n++) {
    $pin = $gpio[$n]->setDirection("out");
$par->write(0x55); // turn on 1, 3, 5, 7.


Not yet implemented

$bus = new NoccyLabs\Gpio\Bus\SoftwareSpiBus;
$bus->mosi = $gpio[2];
$bus->sclk = $gpio[9];
$r = $bus->read(3);


$lcd = new NoccyLabs\Gpio\Device\Display\Pcd8544Device;
// Set I/O pins
$lcd->res = $gpio[4];
$lcd->dc  = $gpio[8];
// Activate the device
// Clear and draw text
$lcd->writeAt(0,0,"Hello World");
echo $lcd->getRows(); // 5
echo $lcd->getCols(); // 19