piconf is an XML based framework for automating common procedures by providing general purpose tools to, among other taks, remotely configure a list of embedded devices, or perform firmware upgrades of them, or read out data in parallel. The name piconf is an abbreviation of Processing Instruction Configurator. This means it enables you to configure processing instructions representing the procedures, piconf automates for you. It is licensed under the AGPLv3 as published by the Free Software Foundation on 19 November 2007. The coding language is C++11 making use of object orientation and polymorphism. It is intended to work on all POSIX-compliant (Linux/BSD/UNIX-like) operating systems and on some embedded devices, e.g., Zynq based devices like the ZedBoard or the MicroZed supporting the AXI interface to communicate between the Processing System (PS) aka CPU and the Programmable Logic (PL) aka FPGA. It consists of two main binaries following a master/slave model.
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