Please feel free to visit the ioanywhere
project on Sourceforge.net also.
snapshot from CVS, fixed error in ioaStim which affected test od0009
07July05 v0.28- snapshot from CVS, fixed error in library dynamic makefile
07July04 v0.27- snapshot from CVS
07Feb09 v0.26- snapshot from CVS
06Apr07 v0.25- snapshot from CVS, addition of the Tcl/Tk on Windows linkages and demos
06Jan25 Tcl/Tk from Windows HowTo introduced ... this is a work in progress ... all contributions welcome
06Jan25 v0.24- snapshot from CVS, addition of the Tcl/Tk on Windows linkages and demos
05Sept15 v0.23- snapshot from CVS, further refinement of microIOA demos and tests
05Aug30 v0.22- snapshot from CVS, enhanced microIOA demos and tests, fcMgr now has time stamp
05Aug23 v0.21- snapshot from CVS, added more microIOA demos and tests
05Aug08 v0.2- snapshot from CVS, more functions ported
05June16 Direct I/O screenshots here
05Apr19 v0.1- snapshot from CVS, more functions ported, a Tcl/Tk library started
04Aug12 seed code pre4 - snapshot from CVS
04July28 seed code pre3 - snapshot from CVS
04May30 seed code pre2 - this adds the testing infrastructure elements to pre1 seed
04May24 seed code pre1 - this code should form a starting point for the library stimulator (as opposed to simulator)
04May17 prerelease code - this is the code that should form our starting point
The latest source is available from CVS at the Sourceforge site. Periodic snapshots are made and posted to this site.
So far we have built a C library which is being populated from the original seed code on an as needed basis. We have also started to create a parallel Tcl/Tk library which exposes the same API as native Tcl/Tk code. A lot of work has gone into testing stubs to allow full testing of the libraries without needing access to a real IOA network appliance.
We have written some bridging libraries which allow Tcl/Tk scripts running on Windows to interact with IOA appliances either on a point to point scheme or multipoint to multipoint via a gateway appliance. Please see the WindowsHowTo page for installation assistance.
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As it is with any Open Source project, the IOA library project can only grow and prosper if the people using the code give something back in return.
If you are an experienced LINUX developer or kernel hacker we certainly could use your contributions.
Our code is written with the KISS philosphy in mind. As such even a
novice C programmer could study and understand the code. So even if you
are just starting out as a LINUX developer your contribution to this effort
is welcome. We will make every reasonable effort to help you get going
and support you along the way.