Il 2006-01-03, Mark Thomas <mrt / thomaszone.com> ha scritto:
> I dabble in home automation and am looking for a framework that would
> allow me to monitor and react to serial port events. I'm a long-time
> Perl user and if anyone is familiar with POE, that's the type of
> framework I'm looking for (an Inversion-of-Control framework where I
> have agents running in separate threads monitoring serial ports,
> triggering events in the main code). I've perused RAA and seen a few
> possibilities, but don't see anything recently maintained. Is there a
> good match for the type of thing I'm looking to do?
>
> There are several new home automation technologies available now and
> they don't yet have serial drivers, so I figure it would be a good time
> to attempt the switch to Ruby. Besides, I'm moving to Ruby, VA next
> month, so I figure I'd better start learning the language! :-)

If you don't complain about the language Python community has Twisted Matrix
- http://www.twistedmatrix.com - that seems just what are you looking for.


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