VeriStand Python Documentation¶
VeriStand Python Support
The niveristand package contains an API (Application Programming Interface) that interacts with VeriStand systems. The package is implemented in Python. NI created and supports this package.
niveristand requires the following to be installed:
VeriStand 2020 or later
CPython 3.8 or later (the standard Python, available on python.org and elsewhere)
NI recommends you use an editor with code completion, such as Visual Studio Code, to make it easier to browse and use this code.
To install niveristand, use one of the following methods:
Refer to the System Definition Examples section for detailed examples of how to script a system definition file.
Refer to the Basic Real-time Sequence Examples section for detailed information on how to write a Python real-time sequence.
Support / Feedback¶
The niveristand package is supported by NI. For support for niveristand, open a request through the NI support portal at ni.com.
Bugs / Feature Requests¶
To report a bug or submit a feature request, please use the GitHub issues page.
To view the documentation, visit the VeriStand Python Documentation Page.
Refer to the VeriStand Help for detailed information on setting up a system and running real-time test scenarios.
VeriStand Help installs only with the full version of VeriStand.
niveristand is licensed under an MIT-style license (see LICENSE). Other incorporated projects may be licensed under different licenses. All licenses allow for non-commercial and commercial use.
- Getting Started
- System Definition Examples
- Basic Real-time Sequence Examples
- Engine Demo Examples
- API Reference