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Sergi Blanch i Torné | 26 Jun 11:09 2007
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Osciloscopios lejanos

Hola de nuevo,

Como escribí hace algún tiempo, estoy trabajando en controlar de forma remota 
algunos instrumentos, pero no estoy teniendo mucho exito.

Empezé, para ir rápido, implementando el control con vxi11, pero sobre un 
patrón bridge para facilitar la posterior llegada de otros protocolos. De 
todos modos vxi11 no me está resultando muy útil. Vxi11 funciona sobre rpc, 
hasta aquí muy bien, pero me obliga a controlar sus respuestas tardías y 
exige muchos comandos para hacer cada tarea.

Puede que la solución sea ya venir a OpenVisa directamente. De momento, mi 
interés está en leer la curva que un osciloscopio muestra. Como vamos de 
documentación para que esta tarea resulte lo más senzilla posible?

Gracias.

/Sergi.

Ps: In last email I wrote in English. Now I did it in Spanish, because I think 
the subscribed people talks in this language. If there are someone who does 
not understand, say it to me and I will translate it quickly!

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Sergi Blanch i Torné | 29 May 12:02 2007
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Instrumentation (remote) control

Hi,

I found your project and I am interested to use an improve it. I can see there 
is no movement since 2005, what is the reason? May I can colaborate to be a 
community.

Thanks

/Sergi.

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Torsten Bronger | 8 Jul 21:45 2005
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VISA's viRead() function

Hallöchen!

Since you want to implement VISA, I ask here, too.

I must read data which is longer that the "count" parameter to
viRead().  The reason is that I don't know the data length a priori.
So I have to read multiple times, here in Python-like pseudocode:

    buffer = ""
    chunk = viRead(vi, chunk_size)
    buffer += chunk
    while len(chunk) == chunk_size:
        chunk = viRead(vi, chunk_size)
        buffer += chunk
    return buffer

Every five times or so, this fails with my NI VISA implementation;
in particular, some bytes (2-10) of the beginning of a chunk are
missing.  Apparently between successive viRead() some characters are
dropped.

Does the VISA specification explicitly discourage this approach?  I
haven't found anything.

Thank you!

Tschö,
Torsten.

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Torsten Bronger | 26 Jun 20:47 2005
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This list available via gmane.org

Hallöchen!

Wolfgang Schnerring <wosc <at> wosc.de> writes:

> The following message is a courtesy copy of an article
> that has been posted to gmane.discuss.subscribe as well.
>
> * bronger <at> physik.rwth-aachen.de:
>> #gmane.comp.lib.openvisa   openvisa-general <at> lists.sourceforge.net
>>   General discussions about OpenVISA, a free VISA implementation
>>   mailman dummy 
>>   lang=eng
>>   mail-archive=yes
>>   url=http://sourceforge.net/projects/openvisa/
>>
>
> Subscription messages for the requested mailing lists have been sent.
> The resulting groups will be created when the first message
> arrives from the mailing lists.

... which is done hereby.

Tschö,
Torsten.

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