MX Subversion Repositories
Here may be found the
repositories for MX and its associated packages:
- A Python API wrapper that exports most of MX's functionality.
Currently only supports Python 2.x.
- Contains the MX server, MX autosave server, MX motor client,
and utility programs such as mxget and mxput.
It also contains a set of dynamically loaded modules that implement
interfaces to proprietary vendor software.
- A Tcl API wrapper for MX. It does not implement support for
more recently added device classes, such as "area_detector".
- A very limited
IDL API wrapper for MX. At present, it only supports
raw mxget and mxput commands as well as a subset of MX area detector
- Provides wxPython
widgets for displaying and controlling MX network variables.
- Provides wxPython widgets for controlling EPICS PVs.
Graphical User Interfaces
- wxPython-based GUI for area detector control.
- wxPython-based GUI for multichannel analyzer control.
- Monitors a directory for the arrival of new image frames
generated by an area detector and copies them to archival storage.
(Not complete yet)
- A set of small programs for operating on files produced and
used by MX-controlled area detectors.
- An interface for controlling MX motors via a Pygame-compatible
joystick or gamepad.
External Control System Interfaces
- MX-compatible API wrapper for EPICS PVs.
Mx-based EPICS Channel Access Server
- This server exports MX functionality to EPICS clients using
EPICS PVs. It is implemented using the Channel Access Server library.
MX Blu-Ice Server
- This server can act as a Blu-Ice DHS (device hardware) server.
It also supports a subset of DCSS functionality.
MarCCD (now Rayonix)
MX MarCCD goniostat
- This provides a MarCCD-compatible goniostat interface for MX.
MX documentation (as LaTeX source)
- This package implements a subset of the MX network protocol using
the old, inefficient ASCII encoding. It has been replaced by the
mxget and mxput programs now bundled in the core MX package, which
use newer, more efficient binary encodings (raw or XDR).
Last modified by email@example.com on February 4, 2014.