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ecal - eCAL - enhanced Communication Abstraction Layer

  •    C++

The enhanced Communication Abstraction Layer (eCAL) is a middleware that enables scalable, high performance interprocess communication on a single computer node or between different nodes in a computer network. eCAL uses a publish - subscribe pattern to automatically connect different nodes in the network. Visit the eCAL Documentation at 🌐 http://ecal.io for more information.

yarp - YARP - Yet Another Robot Platform

  •    C++

YARP is a library and toolkit for communication and device interfaces, used on everything from humanoids to embedded devices. Regular YARP builds use the ACE library. On Linux and macOS, YARP can be compiled without ACE by adding -DSKIP_ACE=TRUE when running cmake.

IPC - IPC is a C++ library that provides inter-process communication using shared memory on Windows

  •    C++

IPC is a C++ library that provides inter-process communication using shared memory on Windows. A .NET wrapper is available which allows interaction with C++ as well.Integration with Bond is available at IPC.Bond.




IPC

  •    C++

IPC.Bond is an extension of IPC library that provides inter-process communication using shared memory on Windows with Bond serialization. Start with C++ and C# tests.

zchannel.rb - Provides an easy to use abstraction for sharing Ruby objects between Ruby processes.

  •    Ruby

Provides an easy to use abstraction for sharing Ruby objects between Ruby processes who share a parent-child relationship. The implementation uses an unbound UNIXSocket, and a serializer of your choice, for sending Ruby objects between processes. 1.

vuo - Vuo (http://vuo.org) is a realtime visual programming language for interactive media.

  •    C++

These instructions are for building Vuo Base, Vuo Compiler, Vuo Renderer, Vuo Runtime, and the built-in Vuo Nodes and Types from source code. Vuo's source code is available so you can learn about how Vuo works, tinker with it, and maybe even help develop Vuo.







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