A library for creating machine controllers (typically controlled by a PLC) in Ruby.
The aim is not to replicate the ways you would work with a PLC, but to provide tools to implement these tasks using Ruby in a Ruby way.
The Plan is to support the following aspects
Continuous signals discrete and analog with callback updates
Possibility to run tests i accelelrated time
Machine state persistence in ActiveRecord - update code while running or have hot standbys
Rails like scripts to create machine skeletons and install them on their servers
Modbus communication with PLCs and remote IO stations, modbus server options
OPC UA SOAP and binary conenctivity
This is still a proof of concept stage library. Although I make an effort to test code automatically as I go along, there are currently no systems in use based on this library.
Much functionality is still missing. The library structure will change frequently in future releases. Code is not commented - this will be performed if this turns out to be a viable concept.
FIX (code sample of usage)
…probably some more
FIX (sudo gem install, anything else)
(The MIT License)
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