Just bad timing, now up :)
On 31 May 2011 17:23, Stephen Bannasch <sban...@concord.org> wrote:
>>Have you got any interest in supporting the USB version of this?
>>if we can get you details and samples?
>>It's (almost) open source hardware for logging.
> Hi Mike,
> The server appears to be down: http://www.iuac.res.in
From your initial email I got the impression you just needed to talk to the GoIO devices from Java. In that case, this project is probably the best way to do that:
That provides a simple Java api for talking to the GoIO devices using JNA. It might require a little back and forth inorder to get it compiling for you. If you are familiar with maven give the usual maven build commands a try and see if that works.
Also that project doesn't complete map the entire GoIO SDK to java so you might need to add a few methods to it.
Regarding the JNA / dll solution, what's the licence for distributing
the dll file?
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Vernier provides their GoIO SDK (which includes the dll code) under an extremely open license:
This is extracted from readme.txt:
The SDK includes complete source code in C++. You are free to use this code
however you like. All the software included in this SDK was written by
Vernier Software & Technology(VST), and VST places absolutely no legal
restrictions on using the software. You can copy the code, modify it, embed
it in your own products, etc.
VST does not guarantee that the code is bug free, but we try to make it so.
If you find any bugs, please report them to
VST would prefer that you not modify GoIO_DLL.dll, libGoIO_DLL.dylib, or
libGoIO_DLL.framework. If you do modify any of them, please give your
modified version a different name, so we can easily distinguish your
version from the VST version.
I also maintain a mirror of the GoIO SDK here on github:
The master branch has my changes, the dist branch has exact mirrors of Vernier distributions v2.28 and v2.39.