Hello CoDeSys Enthusiasts,
I would like to introduce a library called CoDeSys_EIP that I started working on roughly last Tuesday on my "spare" time. This library allows you to communicate with Rockwell PLCs using tag based communication. I decided to develop this library after trying to look for such feature in CoDeSys but without any luck and noticed that many folks asked for the same thing in a few different posts:
Huge thanks to vitovt1877 for providing the literature.
Please give it a try and let me know how it goes for you: https://github.com/NothinRandom/CoDeSys_EIP
Create a project on Cforge:
CForge Usage and installation
SVN Checkout on CForge
And the entire playlist of 3 videos
With kind regards!
@aliazz, hehe... should have watched this first. Thanks!
No worries, I have these kind of things very often too ;-)
Wow, what a fantastic library! Thanks for sharing @nothinrandom!
Library is still new and there will be quick changes, so please be patient. If you guys have a feature request, feel free to open up an issue and I will try to implement it.
Why don't you host it here on CForge?
@aliazz, To be honest, I am not a huge of this codesys SVN route; GitHub is easier to use for me. I guess if someone could point me to a tutorial on how to host here, then I might redirect the repo here instead.
CForge hosts both GIT and SVN ;-)
You can even import/mirror your current hosted GIT in it with minimal effort!
You can try all stuff out in your personal home if you want to experiment without cluttering CForge.
To host a GIT repository on CForge is quite simple, a few mouse clicks is all it takes to create a GIT. It works the almost exactly same as on Github once it has been set up.
In general there only a few steps which you take in order to set something up, it is really very simple;
You can always ask admin @i-campbell to help you in setting up your first project, I am very sure he will help you ;-)
@aliazz @i-campbell, any chance you guys could make a video and post it on your youtube channel on how to host library/project here? It would incentivize myself and others to host it here instead. It's certainly not as straight forward as mentioned, but the issue is probably a user error.
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