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Thank you for supporting my open source project, ANAVI Infrared pHAT! Thanks to your generous contributions, the crowdfunding campaign raised more than $2,000 USD in less than two weeks. In the meantime, the ANAVI Infrared pHAT user’s manual was updated to work with the latest release of Raspbian.
A month ago, the Raspberry Pi Foundation announced a new major release of Raspbian called Stretch. Raspbian is based on Debian, so it follows its two-year release cycle. (Debian releases are named after characters from Disney Pixar’s Toy Story trilogy and Stretch is a purple octopus.)
The ANAVI Infrared pHAT is now fully compatible with Raspbian Stretch. The user’s manual was updated to support the version of LIRC in Stretch. Please have a look at the exact steps for scanning a remote control, sending infrared signals and using I2C sensors. The user’s manual is available as a README at GitHub and as a PDF at our website.
Thanks, Leon Anavi