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- Subject: Re: Lua used as scripting language in test instrumentation
- From: Graham Henstridge <graham@...>
- Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2006 11:25:32 +1100
We also, will soon be releasing a mobile high-speed data acquisition
unit that extensively uses Lua scripting for configuration, data
manipulation, coms management and cgi scripts. It is nice to see this
acceptance in the instrumentation field - in some senses a return to
We would be very interested in seeing Lua become the common thread in
integrating measurement components. Hopefully we will be active
contributors to the process.
Capgo Pty Ltd
43-45 Galvin Street, Bendigo Vic 3550, Australia
Email: email@example.com, Web: www.capgo.com
On 28/02/2006, at 5:19 AM, Asko Kauppi wrote:
Also at least one other instrument uses Lua, internally, but the
main interest in my opinion would be in the integration arena,
tying the measurements etc. together. Think TestStand, LabView...
Would the time be ripe?
Anyone wishing to get that done, please hire me. :P
Marius Gheorghe kirjoitti 27.2.2006 kello 18.55:
For those EE's monitoring the list, Keithley Instruments has the
series of source meters that uses Lua as scripting language.
Keithley calls their implementation of Lua TSL (test script
use a fairly cool Eclipse-based IDE called TSB (test script builder).
A screen capture of the help file can be seen at
http://firstname.lastname@example.org under Keithley TSB.
Yet another usage of Lua in an embedded environment!
Marius Gheorghe, PEng, Engineering Manager
CableTest Systems Inc.
400 Alden Road
L3R 4C1 CANADA
T: 905-475-2607 x234
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