The component in an xPL network that configures devices and handles automation tasks like events or scripts.
As this implementation uses only C++ and the well known Boost libraries it's possible (compared to the VisualBasic version) to compile this code for all platforms that are at least theoretically able to run a xPLHAL. This includes Linux, Windows or MacOS. And it's possible (compared to the JAVA version) to run it natively there.
Ready to use releases can be found at the Files section of the SourceForge project.
The current release (0.0 alpha) is
this is a early preview compiled for Linux.
The code can be found at the Git Repository on GitHub.