Source code for canlib.kvadblib.bound_signal

[docs]class BoundSignal(object): def __init__(self, signal, frame): self.frame = frame self.signal = signal def __str__(self): txt = "<{}: name={!r}, phys={!r}>".format(self.__class__.__name__,, self.phys) if self.unit: txt += ", unit:{}".format(self.unit) return txt @property def phys(self): """`int` or `float`: Signal's physical value""" value = self.signal.phys_from( return value @phys.setter def phys(self, value): = self.signal.data_from(, phys=value) @property def raw(self): """`int`: Signal's raw value""" value = self.signal.raw_from( return value @raw.setter def raw(self, value): = self.signal.data_from(, raw=value) @property def unit(self): """`str`: Signal's unit string""" return self.signal.unit @property def name(self): """`str`: Signal's name string""" return @property def value(self): """Signal's value If the signal is an enum-signal (i.e. the signal has a defined value table), then the enum name is returned if found, otherwise the signals raw value (`raw`) is returned. If the signal is not an enum-signal, the signals physical value (`phys`) is returned. .. versionadded:: 1.7 """ if self.is_enum: value = self.raw for key, val in self.signal.enums.items(): if val == value: val = key break else: # Nothing found in enum, return raw value val = value else: val = self.phys return val @property def is_enum(self): """`bool`: Whether this signal is an enum-signal .. versionadded:: 1.7 """ return hasattr(self.signal, 'enums')