So, i've worked with the pySerial module for python, where I communicated with my arduino via serial. However, this module only works for 32bits and I would like to make my project work on both architectures (I know the person could just install the 32-bits version on the 64-bits architecture). Also, the connection fails a lot of times and I wasn't able to correct it.
I think I can use the true USB power of the arduino Leonardo to connect to the python in a different way, but I don't know where to start. But I think this approach will be more professional.
Im really intersted in learning, so if you guys could at least indicate documents so I can understand how to make this connection between Leonardo and Python, I'll be happy. I've read the arduino page about the CDC but couldn't find useful information.
Thank you so much.
When i used serial, I had problems with messages getting acumulated at the buffer, and then after some seconds i was reading 10s delayed messages. Also, when I sent a string like: "12345678", it was really easy to get one number less, like: "1345678". This happened frequently to me. So I think I need to implement a protocol to deal with these problems.