[Development] Qt Playground - CAN bus add-on module
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Tue Jun 11 15:18:59 CEST 2013
Just FYI - from what I am aware from building the Linux Kernel from time to time there is some CAN support there too.
So you might want to add that to your list as well, or at least look at it.
> From: Denis Shienkov <scapig2 at yandex.ru>
>To: development at qt-project.org; Laszlo Papp <lpapp at kde.org>
>Sent: Tuesday, June 11, 2013 1:22 AM
>Subject: Re: [Development] Qt Playground - CAN bus add-on module
>Hello Laszlo, all
>It is possible to expand this idea a little. For example, to add
some add-on for support
>of some industry protocols: ModBus, DNP3, IEC101-104, CAN and so
>It is possible to implement a certain basic concept of Protocol
for all heritable protocols with
>ISO/OSI model support (or like that).
>Of course, it is necessary to make so that as transport it was
possible to use Serial, Socket
>or something else, through QIODevice.
>For example, I could take on myself Modbus implementation.
>11.06.2013 8:13, Laszlo Papp пишет:
>Hi all, I have been planning to request a playground area for this for a while, but unfortunately it has never been materialized. I would like to work on supporting the industrial (mostly, but not exclusively, automotive) can bus protocol with a high level Qt API. It would be a leisure time project for me without anyone supporting me financially or so. Of course, contributions would be welcome from automotive, medical or any other professionals. It would be nice to abstract out the differences between the char devices, the socket can interface, and specific windows drivers. I would also look into the QNX support at some point for sure as that is a very appealing platform on the automotive and medical markets. There was an attempt for a module called "OpenCAN" in the past as far as I understand, but it is a bit old-fashioned with the old can support of the Linux kernel. Also, it seems to handle different devices slightly differently instead of using as
much abstraction from the operating system as possible. Also, it is a bit tied to a company, not to the Qt Project. It would be nice to push Qt a bit forward in an unusual area: the automotive world. What do you think? Best Regards,
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