The NSCL Data Acquisition system is a general purpose nuclear physics data acquisition system for small to medium scale nuclear physics experiments. It can be combined with NSCL SpecTcl to form a powerful online/offline data handling system. It is in use at several university labs and, of course, the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory at Michigan State University.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release added support for Linux 18.104.22.168, GCC 4.1.x, and state substitution in the Readout State Machine. There were numerous bugfixes, compile-time fixes, and documentation fixes.
Release Notes: Wiener VM-USB support was added. Contributed control panels were recast as reusable Tk megawidgets as well as apps. A lot of work was done to help Tcl components auto-locate their packages. ReadoutGUI was completely redone to incorporate suggestions and improve maintainability. More intelligent rendering of EPICS channels to strings was implemented.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release. Some error messages were fixed up to be more readable. SIS 3600 was ensured to be supported. An eventlog defect and buffer out of sequence defects were fixed. g++3.3 issues with exceptions thrown between shared libs were worked around. A scaler display race condition was fixed.
Release Notes: This release supports formatted dumps of event buffers acquired from the NSCL data acquisition system. Users can filter buffers for type as well as bit patterns and textual strings.
Release Notes: The way the experimental files work has been reorganized. Issues in controplush have been fixed. More hardware support has been added (preliminary VM-USB support).