This manual describes
fsc2, a program to control spectrometers.
fsc2 is an interpreter for running scripts that
describe how experiments are to be done. The manual explains how to use
the program, how to write scripts for experiments, how to extend the
range of devices that can be controlled by writing new device modules
and lots of further topics.
|• Introduction|| Basic concepts of |
|• GUI||The graphical user interface|
|• Web Server||Monitoring the experiment via the net|
|• EDL|| Description of the |
|• Built-in Functions||Description of all built-in functions|
|• Device Functions||Description of functions for accessing devices|
|• Other Modules||Modules for additional functionalities|
|• Using Pulsers||How to work with the pulsers|
|• Example EDL Scripts||A set of example scripts|
|• Command Line Options|| How to invoke |
|• GUI-fying|| How to add a GUI to an |
|• Cloning Devices||Creating modules for identical devices|
|• Internals|| How |
|• Writing Modules||How to write new modules|
|• Installation||How to install the program|
|• Device Reference||List of devices and their functions|
|• Reserved Words||List of all reserved words|
|• EDL Mode for Emacs and VIM||Support for editing with emacs|
|• Acknowledgments||The title says it all...|
|• Copying||The GNU General Public License|
|• Index||List of all indexed words|
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