Re: [CODE GEN] Extending the mspec to support arrays terminated by conditions instead of just "length" and "count", and others ...

2019-08-07 Thread Christofer Dutz
Hi all, so I noticed that new field types require us to re-release the build-tools, so I would like to add a few more types: - virtual: Generates the getXYZ() method in the POJO - manual: Field for which the parse and serialization has to be provided - manualArray: like an array version of the

Re: Usage of Netty - JSerialcom-Bridge

2019-08-07 Thread Niclas Hedhman
The so called Category A licenses are allowed to be included as a dependency AND/OR in source form of Apache projects, but we must respect the language of those licenses. MIT is a relatively aligned license, which in essence differs from ALv2 in the patent clause (IIRC, however IANAL). There is

[BUILD-FAILURE]: Job 'PLC4X/PLC4X/develop [develop] [432]'

2019-08-07 Thread Apache Jenkins Server
BUILD-FAILURE: Job 'PLC4X/PLC4X/develop [develop] [432]': Check console output at "https://builds.apache.org/job/PLC4X/job/PLC4X/job/develop/432/;>PLC4X/PLC4X/develop [develop] [432]"

Re: [CODE GEN] Extending the mspec to support arrays terminated by conditions instead of just "length" and "count", and others ...

2019-08-07 Thread Christofer Dutz
Hi all, In the train (Which I didn't miss) I had an idea. I'd like to add a "virtual" field which generates a get-method without any property to back it in the pojo. This can be helpful when working with the model objects. It could look something like this: [virtual uint 8 'hurz'

Re: [CODE GEN] Extending the mspec to support arrays terminated by conditions instead of just "length" and "count", and others ...

2019-08-07 Thread Christofer Dutz
Hi Julian, As all of the elements are "fields" I thought it as a virtual field... That's why I suggested that. If you go for "external" it would be an external field, which is sort of not quite what it is. And the "whatever name it has" - field doesn't have to call external code... It could

AW: Usage of Netty - JSerialcom-Bridge

2019-08-07 Thread Julian Feinauer
Hey, Yeah it's confusing... Pom says mit, Readme says Apache 2 and some files have netty license header :) Let's see what he answers. Julian Von meinem Mobiltelefon gesendet Ursprüngliche Nachricht Betreff: Re: Usage of Netty - JSerialcom-Bridge Von: Christofer Dutz An:

Re: Usage of Netty - JSerialcom-Bridge

2019-08-07 Thread Christofer Dutz
Hi Julian, It seems the files am have apache headers, but the pom says mit license. Perhaps Justin can help us with what's allowed and what's not. It would be cool to have it in a location we can update and release it on our own. Cause even if the maintainer is accepting PRs, we don't know how

Re: How about adding PLC4X Swag to the Apache redbubble store?

2019-08-07 Thread Justin Mclean
+1

Usage of Netty - JSerialcom-Bridge

2019-08-07 Thread Julian Feinauer
Hi all, as we use in our DF1 Code (and also fort he Modbus Code, I think) the library: https://github.com/Ziver/Netty-Transport-jSerialComm which is under netty license. But it quite outdated and only “maintained” by one guy. I contacted him asking if he accepts PRs and also suggested, that we

Re: [CODE GEN] Extending the mspec to support arrays terminated by conditions instead of just "length" and "count", and others ...

2019-08-07 Thread Julian Feinauer
Hi Chris, first, thanks for the update here. I already checked your results this morning with Volker and have to say THANK both of you for your effort, we are pretty close on closing this off : ) For the rest... I agree with your suggestions. Perhaps instead of 'virtual' we could use

[CODE GEN] Extending the mspec to support arrays terminated by conditions instead of just "length" and "count", and others ...

2019-08-07 Thread Christofer Dutz
Hi all, yesterday Volker and I meet in our codecentric office in FFM and worked on a DF1 driver based on mspec and generated code. Here we learned that we need to extend the arrayField to support a “terminated” type in addition to the existing “count” (Explicit number is specified before the

Re: How about adding PLC4X Swag to the Apache redbubble store?

2019-08-07 Thread Julian Feinauer
Haha, I just thought the same wenn reading ComDev __ +1 Am 07.08.19, 09:58 schrieb "Christofer Dutz" : Hi all, on the community dev list I noticed that Apache seems to have a swag store at redbubble.com: https://www.redbubble.com/de/people/comdev I think it would be

How about adding PLC4X Swag to the Apache redbubble store?

2019-08-07 Thread Christofer Dutz
Hi all, on the community dev list I noticed that Apache seems to have a swag store at redbubble.com: https://www.redbubble.com/de/people/comdev I think it would be great to have “Team Toddy” shirts and Coffee Mugs available there … what do you think? Chris

RE: Next Meetup / Hackathon

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