State of #VSCP

Vacation is over and VSCP development is up on speed again.  The aim now is to bring everything up to a release stable state again. With all the new stuff added and new changes incorporated this is heavy work.  So we work on to that goal. Just that

At the moment are some testing under-way for a changed webserver engine. The Civetweb server has been forked and ported and initial tests are good. The advantage here is a MIT license. We try to aim at MIT (or “mitlike”) everywhere if possible to make the system possible to be easily embedded in both commercial and non commercial projects..

Windows support is gone for the  VSCP server. At least for the near future. It’s not worth the time it takes to keep it up and running. However the helper lib and VSCP works will still have Windows versions.

Debian install packages will be available for everything in the next release. The different parts will be separated so there will be several install packages. One for the server, one for works, one for each driver etc. That is no need for compiling the system any-more on most targets.

Well of to work… Have fun!