We've been severly neglecting readers of szarp.org over last serveral months and we're very sorry about that. To compensate for this, we decided to give you, our beloved readers, a little visual seak peek at what we've been up to recently.
So, lo and behold - draw3 and sz4 engine in action!
Following latest trends, SZARP project is moving its source code repository to github.
The new project's URL is https://github.com/Newterm/szarp. In order to fetch SZARP's source code use command:
git clone https://github.com/Newterm/szarp.git
We'll keep our sourceforge repository for some time, however we do not plan to commit any new stuff in there.
Upon popular demand (with a little delay though) we officaly start to support SZARP on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin).
As usual, in order to install SZARP on Ubuntu precise point your favourite package manager to:
deb http://newterm.pl/debian precise main
We've been little sluggish on updating you with news from SZARP world for a last few months. It's not because nothing of interest was happening with our system. Quite the contrary - we've been doing some serious groundwork on core SZARP components. It's just that updating szarp.org occupies low position on our priority list, there are always things to do that are more important or fun ;).
But now that moment has finally come - on a gentle nudge from the guy who is paying our salaries, we had no choice but to give you some update on what is going on with SZARP ;)
Hello SZARP users.
Spring has come, we'll be eating Ester eggs in couple of days, so we though that it would be a good time to give you some update on what has been happening with SZARP over last couple of weeks:
- new version of SZARP for windows was made available - this version comes with much improved (over a factor of 2.5) data synchronization speed - it is much quicker now and on par with its linux counterpart
SZARP packages for Ubuntu Oneiric were just uploaded to our packages repository. SZARP Oneiric packages can be accessed at :
http://newterm.pl/debian oneiric main. From now on expect regular updates of SZARP packages for Ubuntu Oneiric distro.
We are pleased to announce that latest version of SZARP for Ubuntu Natty and Debian unstable (this code is going to be make it into stable in a matter of a couple of days) contains support for network sets and parameters. This is a major feature that we have been working on for quite a while already.
Happy New Year to all SZARP users!
SZARP development team is happy to share with you a list of cool stuff that happend to your favourite SCADA suite at the beginning of new and the end of previous year:
Hello dear SZARP users.
Autumn was a busy period for SZARP developers who have been involved in a couple of big projects within SZARP system. Those projects probably won't see the light of the day until beginning of the next year. In the meantime, however, we were able to bring some small and not small changes and improvements to SZARP codebase, more to come - stay tuned:
- Documentation of SZARP data aggregation daemon - meaner3 - is more complete now
- Fix: button 'SEASON' was brought back to draw3 application
Summer in nearly over and our users, having came back from holidays, must be dying to know what was happening to their favourite SCADA suite while they were away. Probably the best way is to install latest SZARP version and see for yourself but in case you need a short summary - here it comes:
- Added support for setting server address with SZRSYNC_SERVER variable in szrsync script.
- Assertion fix in szbwriter.
- Logging of incoming connections IP numbers in SSS server.
- Documentation of installing DDE Proxy under Windows.