Package Summary

SOEM is an open source EtherCAT master library written in c. Its primary target is Linux but can be adapted to other OS and embedded systems. (http://developer.berlios.de/projects/soem/) This package contains the original soem c code provided by the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven.

  • Maintainer status: maintained
  • Maintainer: Ruben Smits <ruben AT intermodalics DOT eu>
  • Author: Arthur Ketels and M.J.G. van den Molengraft
  • License: GPL+linking exception
  • External website: http://developer.berlios.de/projects/soem

Package Summary

SOEM is an open source EtherCAT master library written in C. Its primary target is Linux but can be adapted to other OS and embedded systems. SOEM has originally been hosted at http://developer.berlios.de/projects/soem/ but has been moved to GitHub and the OpenEtherCATsociety organisation https://github.com/OpenEtherCATsociety/SOEM. This package contains the original SOEM C code provided by the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, the development of which has been taken over by rt-labs (https://rt-labs.com/). As the original source is down, it is not totally clear what the state of this package is with respect to the upstream repository. It is, however, approximately the one merged in https://github.com/OpenEtherCATsociety/SOEM/pull/1. Disclaimer: This package is not a development package for SOEM, but rather a wrapper to provide SOEM to ROS. In the end, this just provides the CMake quirks that allows releasing SOEM as a ROS package. All bug reports regarding the original SOEM source code should go to the bugtracker at https://github.com/OpenEtherCATsociety/SOEM/issues. All ROS related issues should target the bug tracker linked below (but might be redirected ;-)).

Package Summary

SOEM is an open source EtherCAT master library written in C. Its primary target is Linux but can be adapted to other OS and embedded systems. SOEM has originally been hosted at http://developer.berlios.de/projects/soem/ but has been moved to GitHub and the OpenEtherCATsociety organisation https://github.com/OpenEtherCATsociety/SOEM. This package contains the original SOEM C code provided by the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, the development of which has been taken over by rt-labs (https://rt-labs.com/). As the original source is down, it is not totally clear what the state of this package is with respect to the upstream repository. It is, however, approximately the one merged in https://github.com/OpenEtherCATsociety/SOEM/pull/1. Disclaimer: This package is not a development package for SOEM, but rather a wrapper to provide SOEM to ROS. In the end, this just provides the CMake quirks that allows releasing SOEM as a ROS package. All bug reports regarding the original SOEM source code should go to the bugtracker at https://github.com/OpenEtherCATsociety/SOEM/issues. All ROS related issues should target the bug tracker linked below (but might be redirected ;-)).

Package Summary

SOEM is an open source EtherCAT master library written in C. Its primary target is Linux but can be adapted to other OS and embedded systems. SOEM has originally been hosted at http://developer.berlios.de/projects/soem/ but has been moved to GitHub and the OpenEtherCATsociety organisation https://github.com/OpenEtherCATsociety/SOEM. This package contains the original SOEM C code provided by the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, the development of which has been taken over by rt-labs (https://rt-labs.com/). As the original source is down, it is not totally clear what the state of this package is with respect to the upstream repository. It is, however, approximately the one merged in https://github.com/OpenEtherCATsociety/SOEM/pull/1. Disclaimer: This package is not a development package for SOEM, but rather a wrapper to provide SOEM to ROS. In the end, this just provides the CMake quirks that allows releasing SOEM as a ROS package. All bug reports regarding the original SOEM source code should go to the bugtracker at https://github.com/OpenEtherCATsociety/SOEM/issues. All ROS related issues should target the bug tracker linked below (but might be redirected ;-)).

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