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Modules in FG interface are Object Class , as like a map, to build a new object. You have learned about '''HT16K33''' and '''MCP23017''' classes, they are Modules, special Modules named in FG Interface world '''Devices'''. I made this difference to split and make the difference between switch , displays .. etc and the hardware driver chip.<br />
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All Modules Classes are loaded into the interface, ready to be used and can be requested with the '''getModule()''' Interface Method.
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To be loaded, the module need to be declared.
* [[Switches Class]]
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For memory, the main config file :
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<syntaxhighlight lang="ini">
* [[FG interface]]
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[INT]
== FG Interface Module ==
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intname=RADIOPANEL
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deviceconf=/opt/fgint/Config/RadioPanel/devices.cfg
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[MODULES]
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module01=FGIntHT16K33,HT16K33
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module02=FGIntMCP23017,MCP23017
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module03=FGIntSegDisplay,SegDisplay
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module04=FGIntSwDisplay,SwitchLight
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module05=FGIntSwitch,Switch
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module06=FGIntSwitch,ToogleSwitch
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module07=RotaryEncoder,RotaryEncoder
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[AUXCONF]
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displays=/opt/fgint/Config/RadioPanel/displays.cfg
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swlights=/opt/fgint/Config/RadioPanel/swlights.cfg
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switches=/opt/fgint/Config/RadioPanel/switches.cfg
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tglswitches=/opt/fgint/Config/RadioPanel/tglswitches.cfg
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encoders=/opt/fgint/Config/RadioPanel/rotenc.cfg
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</syntaxhighlight>
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In the '''MODULES''' section, you can see all modules that will be loaded.
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Here We are loading '''HT16K33''' from module file '''FGIntHT16K33.py'''. Same thing for the '''MCP23017''' Module in the '''FGIntMCP23017.py''', '''FGIntSegDisplay.py''' with the '''SegDisplay''' Class
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Some Module file can handle more than one Class, as like '''FGIntSwitch.py''' where you can find different Class for different switch types.
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'''FGIntSwitch.py''' own the folling classes :
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* '''Switch''' : Single switch 2 states
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* '''DoubleSwitch''' : Single switch 3 states
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* '''RotarySwitch''' : Use to manage a rotary switch (variable nb position)
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* '''ToogleSwitch''' : Single Push button that will switch between 2 states at each push
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