An Open Source POWERLINK Stack
openPOWERLINK is an Open Source Industrial Ethernet stack for communication in hard real-time. It can be operated as both, Managing Node (master) and Controlled Node (slave). With version 2.0, the source code has been cleanly split into an application-oriented user library and a time-critical stack driver. The latter may be moved to a dedicated communication processor or into a kernel module to deliver enhanced performance while still keeping the API in user space. A full documentation of the stack is available on the web site:
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
Applications and device drivers for the EPICS real time database system (see http://www.aps.anl.gov/epics)
PLEXIL is a plan execution language developed and applied in automation applications at NASA. This software includes an executive (runtime environment) and many related tools. It runs on Unix-based computers.
Open sourced code from FIRST Robotics Team 138. Retired from the Semi-finals of the 2010 Granite State Regional due to uninitialized variable (fixed now) . Hope this code can help some other team...
Greyhound Lua is a distribution of Lua intended to be used for the FIRST Robotics Competition. Teams can use this to write their robot code in Lua. Greyhound Lua is in no way endorsed or sponsored by US FIRST.
An implementation of interval arithmetic
The library provides an implementation of intervals for Ada. It includes arithmetic and relational operations. The library supports intervals with integer and floating-point bounds. Dimensioned intervals are also supported
Project moved to https://github.com/ivandeex/optikus
String editing and formatting library for Ada
Strings edit is a library that provides I/O facilities for integers, floating-point numbers, Roman numerals, and strings. Both input and output subroutines support string pointers for consequent stream processing. The output can be aligned in a fixed size field with padding. Numeric input can be checked against expected values range to be either saturated or to raise an exception. For floating-point output either relative or absolute output precision can be specified. UTF-8 encoded strings are supported, including wildcard pattern matching, sets and maps of code points, upper/lowercase, and other Unicode categorizations.
Tables indexed by strings
This library provides an implementation of tables indexed by strings. The binary search is used for names of known length. It is also possible to search a table for names of unknown length, i.e. to parse a string using some table. Table elements can be of any private type. Key- insensitive tables are supported.
Handling dimensioned values in Ada
The library provides an implementation of dimensioned values for Ada. Unit checks are made at run-time, if not optimized out by the compiler. SI and irregular measurement units are supported. Shifted units like degrees Celsius are supported too. Conversions from and back to strings are provided for all various irregular units. An extensive set of GTK widgets for dealing with dimensioned values is included, though use of GTK is not mandatory for the rest of the library.
A LGPL library to handle xml documents in a DOM-like style. It's designed for LOW-performance systems (like embedded ones) and for lightly handle very large documents, automatically speeding up memory management in a user tunable style.