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roboRIO-5893-FRC:~$ # on a 2017 roboRIO image
roboRIO-5893-FRC:~$ cat
import hal
import sys
import time
import timeit
import threading
def timer(): return timeit.timeit(hal.observeUserProgramTest)
auscompgeek /
Created Feb 19, 2019
SPARK MAX Python Smart Motion example
#!/usr/bin/env python3
import rev
import wpilib
class Robot(wpilib.TimedRobot):
def robotInit(self):
self.motor = rev.CANSparkMax(1, rev.MotorType.kBrushless)
auscompgeek / talon_config.json
Created Nov 20, 2018
CTRE Talon SRX default config
View talon_config.json
"_base": {
"custom_param": [
"open_loop_ramp": 0,
"closed_loop_ramp": 0,
"peak_output_forward": 1,
"peak_output_reverse": -1,
#!/usr/bin/env python3
import binascii
import enum
import typing
class Mode(enum.IntEnum):
RAIL = 0
auscompgeek /
Created Jul 23, 2018
new Keybase proof (because stricter checks)

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Created Feb 5, 2018
Extract ap51-flash combined ext image
#!/usr/bin/env python3
import hashlib
import sys
f = open(sys.argv[1], 'rb')
ce_version =
assert ce_version == b'CE01'
#!/usr/bin/env python3
Utility to change settings on the OpenMesh OM5P-AN and OM5P-AC running FRC OpenWrt.
One can flash the radio firmware using ap51-flash <>.
This is also what the official utility uses to flash the radio firmware.
You'll need to download the official utility to grab a copy of the firmware.
pkgbase = indicator-kdeconnect
pkgdesc = Integrate KDEConnect on desktop environments that use AppIndicators (e.g. Unity)
pkgver = 0.9.1
pkgrel = 1
epoch = 1
url =
arch = any
license = GPL
makedepends = cmake
depends = libappindicator-gtk3
auscompgeek /
Created May 24, 2017
CySCA 2017: Python: Abstract Syntax Treat writeup

Python: Abstract Syntax Treat

Writeup by @auscompgeek.

Disclaimer: I did not participate in CySCA 2017. I simply saw this challenge (and a number of people struggling over it) and found it interesting. As such, I do not have the full description of the challenge.

Competitors were provided with a file I have attached it for prosperity.

Before attempting to solve this challenge, it should be noted (from the shebang line) that this is a Python 2 program.

#!/usr/bin/env python3
digits = '0123456789'
decrement_map = dict(zip(digits[1:], digits))
def solve(N: str):
m = N[0]
for i, x in enumerate(N):
if m <= x:
You can’t perform that action at this time.