Python Script with Odrive not exiting

I’m running a Python script (from the command line on Raspberry Pi 4) that connects to an Odrive, but the script fails to exit upon completion. In order to end the task, I need to provide a Keyboard Exception which will then output:

pi@raspberrypi: $ sudo python3

Found an odrive!
Bus voltage is: 48.1424560546875
^CException ignored in: <module ‘threading’ from ‘/usr/lib/python3.7/’>
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/usr/lib/python3.7/”, line 1281, in _shutdown
File “/usr/lib/python3.7/”, line 1032, in join
File “/usr/lib/python3.7/”, line 1048, in _wait_for_tstate_lock
elif lock.acquire(block, timeout):

The script is:

import odrive
odrv0 = odrive.find_any(timeout=5)
if str(odrv0) == “None”:
print(“Didn’t find an odrive :(”)
print(“Found an odrive!”)
print("Bus voltage is: ", str(odrv0.vbus_voltage))

I’d expect this script to connect to the odrive, run the if statement, and end the script once the end is reached, not hang as it currently is.

Huh. Weird. It should just exit. @Samuel will have to investigate

This was a bug in older versions of the odrive Python package and was fixed. Your example script exits normally for me. Try upgrading with sudo pip3 install --upgrade odrive.

huh; I’m having this issue on ODrive 0.5.4 (installed via sudo pip3 install --upgrade odrive). Pip freeze output has odrive==0.5.4. Is the fix pushed to PyPI yet?

Adding any timeout value to odrive.find_any(timeout=<some_nonzero_value>) seems to be getting ignored altogether, so my script just hangs here waiting for someone to plug in some hardware.