Tools and utilities for IOAnywhere box / News: Recent posts

ioalib v0.27 released

This is the latest snapshot from CVS for this project. Lots of fixes and enhancements to to the ioaSimulator.

Posted by bob findlay 2007-07-04

ioalib v0.23 released

This is a cut out of CVS which includes more refinements to the microIOA demo code.

Posted by bob findlay 2005-09-15

ioalib v0.22 released

The fcMgr queue manager now has a time stamp built in. This adds 4 bytes to every message retrieved from the queue.

The temperature demo (libtest4.tcl) has been enhanced some more.

Posted by bob findlay 2005-08-30

ioa v0.21 released

This release is a snapshot of CVS. It includes some work on microIOA demo code and unit tests.

Posted by bob findlay 2005-08-23

ioalib v0.2 released

This is the latest snapshot from CVS for this project.

Posted by bob findlay 2005-08-08

direct I/O interface effort announced

Some of you may well know that the IO Anywhere network appliance comes with a very capable web interface.

This web interface facilitates the remote configuration of this network appliance. However , this web interface only offers limited real time data capture/logging capabilities.

We propose to build a set of Tcl/Tk applications which exploit the extensive set of Tcl/Tk hooks in the IO Anywhere library to greatly enhance these real time capabilites.... read more

Posted by bob findlay 2005-06-15

ioalib v0.1 released

I've cut a snapshot from the CVS tree and called it v0.1

Posted by bob findlay 2005-04-19

welcome

This is a brand new project. We are actively looking for developers to help with this effort.

I have set up a mailing list to support this project at Yahoogroups.com (gives me better spam control than Sourceforge's mailing list server). To subscribe send a blank email to:

ioanywhere-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

Posted by bob findlay 2004-05-11

welcome

This is a brand new project. We are actively looking for developers to help with this effort.

I have set up a mailing list to support this project at Yahoogroups.com (gives me better spam control than Sourceforge's mailing list server). To subscribe send a blank email to:

ioanywhere-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

Posted by bob findlay 2004-05-11