pyA2L - ASAM ASAP2 Library for Python

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pyA2L is an ASAM MCD-2MC processing library written in Python. ASAM MCD-2MC, also known as ASAP2, is a non-XML file format for defining calibration parameters, measureable variables, and communication interface specific parameters, widely used in automotive applications.

https://github.com/christoph2/pyA2L

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