[time-nuts] GPIB programming 'íb' style
jmiles at pop.net
Mon Jan 23 20:05:50 EST 2012
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> bounces at febo.com] On Behalf Of Poul-Henning Kamp
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> In message <email@example.com>, "John Miles"
> >> For porlogix I'll take a look at the timelab source,
> We really need a tine-nuts wiki to record stuff like this...
www.ko4bb.com has a decent wiki implementation -- I know Bruce has a lot of
content over there. TimeLab is only just now approaching a 'release' state,
and I'm just starting to document its normal usage, so there's been no time
to post anything about its inner workings.
But, HP 53131A weirdnesses aside, the GPIB/serial/LAN interface code does
seem to be pretty solid. Anyone looking for a C++-compatible set of access
routines could probably save some time by cannibalizing the gpibport.cpp
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