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NoTA ("Network on Terminal Architecture") is an open architecture for communication between (embedded) devices. These devices can implemented in either software or hardware, and run on a variety of platforms. Furthermore, NoTA supports different transport media such as TCP, USB, and Bluetooth. More can be added. Devices are things like video processors, storage systems, and audio subsystems. One way to think about it: NoTA wants to be for devices what Web-services are for the Web.

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Recent releases

  •  08 Sep 2008 09:53

    Release Notes: Fixes were made for the USB transport. The documentation was updated. Portability work was done.

    •  25 Aug 2008 16:38

      Release Notes: The USB transport module was fixed. Minor fixes were made in other transports. Cleanups and all compiler warnings were fixed. The documentation (manpages) was updated.

      •  23 Jun 2008 13:10

        Release Notes: Support for USB and Bluetooth backends was added. Scratchbox building was fixed.

        •  12 Jun 2008 14:24

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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