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No. For the all too familiar reasons of not being able/willing to modify the support model as the number of users grows and their experience level gets more varied.

Support by email to a single person? What? No surprise he got tired of it.

Years ago it should have changed from a one man show into a team one and the support ought to have changed to (at least) a mailing list in which OTHERS would have taken care of the repeating questions and the RTFM replies.

In either case the sources are available, there are people familiar enough with them to port the library to different Pis, I would not bother looking for a different library. I'm sure the situation will get sorter out somehow.

Jenda
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In reply to Re: [partially OT] - wiringPi deprecated by Jenda
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