Development toolkit for Web Services and XML data bindings for C & C++
The gSOAP toolkit is an extensive suite of portable C and C++ software to develop XML Web services with powerful type-safe XML data bindings. Easy-to-use code-generator tools allow you to directly integrate XML data in C and C++ (and C++11/C++14). Serializes native application data in XML. Includes WSDL/XSD schema binding and auto-coding tools, stub/skeleton compiler, Web server integration with Apache module and IIS extension, high-performance XML processing with schema validation, fast MIME/MTOM streaming, SOAP and REST (WCF compatible), WS-* protocols (WS-Security, WS-Policy, WS-ReliableMessaging, etc), XML-RPC and JSON. Licensed under GPLv2. Commercial licensing and technical support options are available: visit the project web site.
yaSSL, or yet another SSL, is an embedded ssl library for programmers building security functionality into their applications and devices. yaSSL is highly portable, and runs on standard as well as embedded platforms(QNX, ThreadX, VxWorks, Tron) yaSSL is still available but no longer being developed. Current development on the same project continues under wolfSSL. Visit yaSSL Home above for the latest stable release.
Components for IEC61375 standardised communication
TCNOpen is an open source initiative which the partner railway industries created with the aim to build in collaboration some key parts of new or upcoming railway standards, commonly known under the name TCN. TCN (Train Communication Network) is a series of international standards (IEC61375) developed by Working Group 43 of the IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission), specifying a communication system for the data communication within and between vehicles of a train. It is currently in use on many thousands of trains in the world in order to allow electronic devices to exchange information while operating aboard the same train. TCNOpen follows the Open Source scheme, as the software is jointly developed by participating companies, according to their role, so as to achieve cheaper, quicker and better quality results. Licenses: TRDP: MPLv2.0 http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/ TRDPSpy: GPL http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
Example for a sercos III Network Driver
This project contains an example Code of an Ethernet Network Driver for the Sercos III network which will communicate with help of the unified communication channel. This driver connects the UC Channel (CoSeMa API) to e. g. a VxWorks TCP/IP stack.
ColdFrame generates Ada framework code and documentation from UML models. The software is issued under the GPL Version 2 with the following additional permission: As a special exception, if other files instantiate generics from this unit, or you link this unit with other files to produce an executable, this unit does not by itself cause the resulting executable to be covered by the GNU General Public License. This exception does not however invalidate any other reasons why the executable file might be covered by the GNU Public License.
If you reach this page most likely you are looking for Rodi P2P binary release - check web site rodi.sf.net If you are looking for CLI/FFS/AOS portable C/C++ libraries for RTOS "emLib" package is the way to go
Just port the log4c v1.2.1 project to VxWorks. All the funs work fine, also added some figures, eg messsage logging via udp. env: Tornado 2.2 & VxWorks 5.5