SOCKIT - a TCP/IP client for speaking and listening to network sockets using IGOR Pro
Mon, 03/17/2008 - 02:24 pm
SOCKIT provides TCP/IP (IPv4/IPv6) network socket communication between a server and IGOR Pro (the client).
One can connect to a server then send and receive string messages with it. A string is just a collection of bytes, so you can send any collection of data you want.
The received messages are buffered to a text wave (optionally printed in the history window). One can also provide a 'processor function', which acts as an event handler for the message. One example of the processor function could be to act as a parser for Igor commands.
Both synchronous and asynchronous communications are possible, as well as threadsafe communication.
Current Project Release
SOCKIT - a TCP/IP client for speaking and listening to network sockets using IGOR Pro IGOR.7.00.x-7.01
|Version Date:||Mon, 12/17/2018 - 01:11 pm|
|Version Patch Level:||0|
|OS Compatibility:||Windows Mac-Intel|
|Release Notes:||64 bit XOPs for Win and OSX, IGOR Pro 8 only.|
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