[ot] D and graphics on Linux
georg.wrede at nospam.org
Wed Apr 12 15:45:47 PDT 2006
Slightly off-topic, but:
I may be in a position to make the first Processing Plant Production
Line Control Software in D. To my knowledge, at least. :-)
That would include, among other things, a display of some of the vital
parameters of the process as real-time graphs. (Temperatures, wattages,
production speed, etc.)
The choice of language and operating system is mine, and being a D
bigot, I really would like to do the stuff in D. And Windows is excluded
because the plant can't afford an unstable OS for 24/7 operation. Since
D is (more or less) a Win/Lin language, it'll be Linux.
Now, being a pay-project, I need to find a productive choice of
libraries and tools to maximise Productivity. (Specified as man-hours to
The graphs will be on X (as opposed to Linux console graphics), so that
they can be viewed off-shopfloor too.
Does anybody have experience on this kind of stuff?
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