|Subject:||Re: solution for instrument-control, GPIB on windows.|
|Date:||Thu, 7 Dec 2017 12:34:13 +0100|
Thanks for the information.
Note that gpib, formerly hpib, is an open standard (ieee-488.2:
IEEE-488) so linux-gpib is not "based on
national instruments library", it simply implements the very same API.
PantxoNot trying to start a mail war (for this reason, I did not include the octave-help), but there is a difference between the bus and the API.I do agree that the bus and the protocol are open standards. This is however independent from the programming API.The NI API is the defacto industry standard. Even HP/Agilent/keysight acknowledges this fact.A quick look at the linux-gpib homepage would have shown you that the library does not implement a GPIB bus, but provides the NI API to the GPIB bus.
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