I see that Akira Tsukamoto went for a libmraa approach to programming for I2C bus.
I found python-smbus was a quick and easy way to get connected up. I can also recommend i2cdetect for querying the hardware. As my hardware was originally designed to be used with a Raspberry Pi, I used a simple level shifter circuit to connect it up, one of these for each of SDA and SCL.
DragonBoard 410C I2C to drive a servo
Thank you for your great report!
We would appreciate it if you could share your Python code here too.
Here's the minimum you need to use the Picon Zero library.
import piconzero as pz
# Set output 0 mode to Servo
# Move servo on output 0 to 90degrees
Four lines of code could control Servo on 96Boards.
Lol, yes, just 4 line plus one library for the board and one library for bus!