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CAEN FELib Library

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High level library for CAEN Digitizers 2.0

Features

  • Set of functions for the control and use of Digitizers 2.0 (2740 family and 2745 family, 2730 family) .
  • Available in C/C++ and Python for Windows and Linux OS.
  • Open-Source software (distributed under GNU Lesser General Public License 3).
  • New approach to access firmware with parameters, much easier to understand and use.
  • Multithread support.
  • Support for CAEN Digitizer 1.0 also available.

Overview

CAEN Waveform digitizers x27xx introduce a new approach in the access to the firmware parameters, providing an abstraction of the register in the form of library parameters much easier to understand and use.

This new approach is meant to simplify the life of those users that are required to build their own DAQ system and software and so need to access the digitizer firmware parameters.

CAEN FELib can be used to control and acquire data from the new generation of CAEN digitizers. This library is just an interface and does not include support for any digitizer family. To use a digitizer, the user must also install the respective underlying CAEN Digitizers 2.0 library.

Supported Operating Systems
Windows, Linux (source code provided), Arm
Language
C, Python
Supported Products
Digitizers 2.0 (2740 family and 2745 family, 2730 family)
Digitizers 1.0
Additional Software Required
CAEN Digitizers 2.0
CAEN Digitizers 1.0
License
GNU Lesser General Public License 3

CAEN FELib Library

High level library for CAEN Digitizers 2.0
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Name File extension File size Revision Last update OS OS Version
CAEN FELib library Linux GZ 1.26 MB 1.3.1 June 12th, 2024 Linux -

Changelog: [View]

v1.3.1 (10/06/2024)
-------------------

New features:
- Add LabView wrapper.
- Windows build environment updated: MSVC2019 16.11.35.
- Add build tests for GCC 14 and Clang 18.

Readme: [View]

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Prerequisites
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CAEN Dig2 library for Digitizers 2.0 GZ 1.07 MB 1.6.0 June 12th, 2024 Linux -

Changelog: [View]

v1.6.0 (10/06/2024)
-------------------
New features:
- Support for 10G UDP.
- Python demo for Scope and DPP-PSD.
- New demo with support for multiple board with synchronization.
- Add support for connection with dig2://caen.internal/usb?pid=PID as
alternative to dig2://caen.internal/usb/PID, for consistency with the
CAEN Dig1 library.
- The maximum socket receive buffer of the hardware endpoint socket,
can now be adjusted using the rcvbuf query parameter in the connection
URL (e.g. dig2://192.0.2.1/?rcvbuf=65536). The value, in bytes, is used
as argument for setsockopt with SO_RCVBUF. The setting applies to every
hardware endpoints: Raw, RawUDP and OpenData.
- On Linux, autoconf adds -std=c++20 if supported by the compiler.
- Add build tests for Clang 15, 16, 17 and 18, and for GCC 13 and 14.
- Add build tests for multiple versions of Boost (1.67, 1.74 and 1.83)
- Windows build environment updated: MSVC2019 16.11.35 and Boost 1.84.

Fixes:
- Fix value of REAL_TIME_NS, LIVE_TIME_NS and DEAD_TIME_NS of stats endpoint
on DPP-PSD of 2730.
- Add support for keep alive packets on main communication socket to
mitigate rare missing data from digitizer, happening expecially on
commands that clear data, like ClearData, ArmAcquisition and Reset.
By default the interval is set at 4 seconds but can be adjusted using
"keepalive" query on the URL (e.g. dig2://192.0.2.1/?keepalive=10).
It can also be disabled by setting keepalive=0.
- Increase GateOffsetS value on DPP-PSD demo, to be compatible with 2730.
- Application layer message header is now always zero-initialized.
- Endpoint communication improved by disabling send operations right after
the connection, since the client does not send data on that socket.

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Prerequisites
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- A compiler supporting C++14 (tested with GCC >= 5.5)
- CAEN FELib >= 1.1.1
- Boost C++ libraries >= 1.67.0 (headers only, see build instructions)


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This project includes code from some third part open source projects.

JSON for Modern C++:
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CAEN FELib library Windows ZIP 2.36 MB 1.3.1 June 12th, 2024 Windows -

Changelog: [View]

v1.3.1 (10/06/2024)
-------------------

New features:
- Add LabView wrapper.
- Windows build environment updated: MSVC2019 16.11.35.
- Add build tests for GCC 14 and Clang 18.

Readme: [View]

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CAEN Dig2 library for Digitizers 2.0 ZIP 36.05 MB 1.6.0 June 12th, 2024 Windows -

Changelog: [View]

v1.6.0 (10/06/2024)
-------------------

New features:
- Support for 10G UDP.
- Python demo for Scope and DPP-PSD.
- New demo with support for multiple board with synchronization.
- Add support for connection with dig2://caen.internal/usb?pid=PID as
alternative to dig2://caen.internal/usb/PID, for consistency with the
CAEN Dig1 library.
- The maximum socket receive buffer of the hardware endpoint socket,
can now be adjusted using the rcvbuf query parameter in the connection
URL (e.g. dig2://192.0.2.1/?rcvbuf=65536). The value, in bytes, is used
as argument for setsockopt with SO_RCVBUF. The setting applies to every
hardware endpoints: Raw, RawUDP and OpenData.
- On Linux, autoconf adds -std=c++20 if supported by the compiler.
- Add build tests for Clang 15, 16, 17 and 18, and for GCC 13 and 14.
- Add build tests for multiple versions of Boost (1.67, 1.74 and 1.83)
- Windows build environment updated: MSVC2019 16.11.35 and Boost 1.84.

Fixes:
- Fix value of REAL_TIME_NS, LIVE_TIME_NS and DEAD_TIME_NS of stats endpoint
on DPP-PSD of 2730.
- Add support for keep alive packets on main communication socket to
mitigate rare missing data from digitizer, happening expecially on
commands that clear data, like ClearData, ArmAcquisition and Reset.
By default the interval is set at 4 seconds but can be adjusted using
"keepalive" query on the URL (e.g. dig2://192.0.2.1/?keepalive=10).
It can also be disabled by setting keepalive=0.
- Increase GateOffsetS value on DPP-PSD demo, to be compatible with 2730.
- Application layer message header is now always zero-initialized.
- Endpoint communication improved by disabling send operations right after
the connection, since the client does not send data on that socket

Readme: [View]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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CAEN Dig2

Readme for Windows.

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Copyright notice
----------------

Copyright 2021, CAEN SpA.


License
-------

This software is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public Library, version 3.
You can find a copy of this license on COPYING and COPYING.LESSER.


Support
-------

Our Software Support Group is available for questions, support and any other
software related issue concerning CAEN products; for software support
visit the page https://www.caen.it/support-services/.


Content
-------

Library : Library is provided already compiled. Just run the installer to start playing.
Demo : Demo with VS2015 project are deployed in the demo folder of the install path.


Prerequisites
-------------

- Windows 8.1/10


Credits
-------

This project includes code from some third part open source projects.

JSON for Modern C++:
- Source: https://github.com/nlohmann/json
- License: MIT License
- Copyright: Copyright 2013-2021 Niels Lohmann

spdlog, a very fast, header-only/compiled, C++ logging library:
- Source: https://github.com/gabime/spdlog
- License: MIT license
- Copyright: Copyright 2016 Gabi Melman


GNU Lesser General Public License 3.0

Release Notes: Release_Notes.txt

Build:
License  

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CAEN Dig1 library for Digitizers 1.0 ZIP 25.68 MB 1.1.0 December 22nd, 2023 Windows -

Changelog: [View]

v1.1.0 (21/12/2023)
-------------------

New features:
- Add support for x780, x781 and x782, DPP-PHA firmware.
- Add support x790, DPP-PSD firmware.
- Implementation of raw endpoint at /endpoint/raw, to be activated using
new parameter /endpoint/par/activeendpoint set to "raw", and with
maximum returned size described by a new read-only parameter
/par/maxrawdatasize, replicating the interface of CAEN Dig2 library.
- New read only parameters /par/numanalogtraces and /par/numdigitaltraces
to get the number of supported traces at runtime.
- Improved error messages returned by CAEN_FELib_GetLastError.
- Add two Python demo, one for standard firmware and the other for a generic
DPP firmware (should be generic enough to support every DPP type).
- Implemented CAEN_FELib_Stop returned once at the end of a run. Differently
from CAEN Dig2, here it is available also on the raw endpoint.
- On demo, tinycthread replaced by c11thread from John Tsiombikas and Oliver
Old. This change is transparent to the user and provides a much more
robust implementation of C11 threads on Windows.

Fixes:
- Fix connection to multiple devices.
- Fix use of -1 as timeout on CAEN_FELib_ReadData/CAEN_FELib_HasData to
request an infinite timeout.
- Some software read-only parameters now have NUMBER type, if appropriate.
- Some parameter categories were not documented, like the channel section
of x740 family.
- Fix number of digits of ADC_SamplRate on x740.
- On Windows, now the log file of the underlying library is saved to
%APPDATA%\CAEN\dppdigitizer.log. Before, it was saved in the current
working directory, typically named CAENParametersLog.txt. Important:
if using CoMPASS <= v2.2.1 on the same PC, this fix will also change the
location of the CAENDPPServer log of CoMPASS. If you want to read that
log from the CoMPASS "Application log" panel, just delete the
CAEN_LOG_FILENAME environmental variable from Windows to remove this
fix.

Changes:
- When using CAEN_FELib_ReadData/CAEN_FELib_HasData with zero timeout, the
library internally was forcing timeout to 1 ms. Now this behavior has
been removed, and zero timeout means no wait at all.

Readme: [View]

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CAEN Dig1 Library
Readme for Windows.
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Copyright notice
----------------
Copyright (C) 2020-2023 CAEN SpA

The CAEN Dig1 Library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your
option) any later version.

The CAEN Dig1 Library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU Lesser General Public License
for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License along
with the CAEN Dig1 Library; if not, see https://www.gnu.org/licenses/.

The license applies to the CAEN Dig1 Library source as a whole, though individual
source files can have a different license which is required to be compatible
with the GNU Lesser General Public Library, version 3. You may find more details
on the Credits section of this file.

Support
-------
For technical support, go to https://www.caen.it/mycaen/support/ (login and
MyCAEN+ account required).

If you don't have an account or want to update your old one, find the instructions
at https://www.caen.it/support-services/getting-started-with-mycaen-portal/.

Content
-------
Library : Library is provided already compiled. Just run the installer
to start playing. Source code is not provided by this
package. You may find it on respective Linux package
available on the CAEN SpA website.
Demo : Demo with VS2015 project are deployed in the demo folder
of the install path.
Prerequisites
-------------

- Windows 8.1/10/11

Credits
-------

CAEN Dig1 is made possible by other third part open source software.

JSON for Modern C++:
- Website: https://github.com/nlohmann/json
- License: MIT license
- Copyright: Copyright 2013-2022 Niels Lohmann

spdlog, a very fast, header-only/compiled, C++ logging library:
- Website: https://github.com/gabime/spdlog
- License: MIT license
- Copyright: Copyright 2016 Gabi Melman

TinyCThread, a minimalist, portable, threading library for C:
- Website: https://tinycthread.github.io
- License: zlib License
- Copyright: Copyright 2012 Marcus Geelnard
- Copyright: Copyright 2013-2016 Evan Nemerson


GNU Lesser General Public License 3.0

Release Notes: Release_Notes.txt

Build:
License  

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WEB PUBLISHED BETA FIRMWARE/SOFTWARE VERSIONS MAY CONTAIN DEFECTS AS THEY ARE PRIMARILY INTENDED FOR BETA TESTING PURPOSES AND BUG IDENTIFICATION.
CAEN DOES NOT GUARANTEE FULL FUNCTIONALITY AND STABILITY OF BETA FIRMWARE/SOFTWARE, AND DENIES ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR REAL OR POTENTIAL, DIRECT OR INDIRECT DAMAGES DUE TO THE USE OF THIS FIRMWARE/SOFTWARE. THE USER MUST BE CONSCIOUS THAT BETA FIRMWARE/SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS” AND HE MUST BE CONSIDERED THE ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ITS USAGE.

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Copyright (C) 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc. <https://fsf.org/>
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies
of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.

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As used herein, “this License” refers to version 3 of the GNU Lesser General Public License, and the “GNU GPL” refers to version 3 of the GNU General Public License.

“The Library” refers to a covered work governed by this License, other than an Application or a Combined Work as defined below.

An “Application” is any work that makes use of an interface provided by the Library, but which is not otherwise based on the Library. Defining a subclass of a class defined by the Library is deemed a mode of using an interface provided by the Library.

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CAEN Dig1 library for Digitizers 1.0 GZ 1.18 MB 1.1.0 December 22nd, 2023 Linux -

Changelog: [View]

v1.1.0 (21/12/2023)
-------------------

New features:
- Add support for x780, x781 and x782, DPP-PHA firmware.
- Add support x790, DPP-PSD firmware.
- Implementation of raw endpoint at /endpoint/raw, to be activated using
new parameter /endpoint/par/activeendpoint set to "raw", and with
maximum returned size described by a new read-only parameter
/par/maxrawdatasize, replicating the interface of CAEN Dig2 library.
- New read only parameters /par/numanalogtraces and /par/numdigitaltraces
to get the number of supported traces at runtime.
- Improved error messages returned by CAEN_FELib_GetLastError.
- Add two Python demo, one for standard firmware and the other for a generic
DPP firmware (should be generic enough to support every DPP type).
- Implemented CAEN_FELib_Stop returned once at the end of a run. Differently
from CAEN Dig2, here it is available also on the raw endpoint.
- On demo, tinycthread replaced by c11thread from John Tsiombikas and Oliver
Old. This change is transparent to the user and provides a much more
robust implementation of C11 threads on Windows.

Fixes:
- Fix connection to multiple devices.
- Fix use of -1 as timeout on CAEN_FELib_ReadData/CAEN_FELib_HasData to
request an infinite timeout.
- Some software read-only parameters now have NUMBER type, if appropriate.
- Some parameter categories were not documented, like the channel section
of x740 family.
- Fix number of digits of ADC_SamplRate on x740.
- On Windows, now the log file of the underlying library is saved to
%APPDATA%\CAEN\dppdigitizer.log. Before, it was saved in the current
working directory, typically named CAENParametersLog.txt. Important:
if using CoMPASS <= v2.2.1 on the same PC, this fix will also change the
location of the CAENDPPServer log of CoMPASS. If you want to read that
log from the CoMPASS "Application log" panel, just delete the
CAEN_LOG_FILENAME environmental variable from Windows to remove this
fix.

Changes:
- When using CAEN_FELib_ReadData/CAEN_FELib_HasData with zero timeout, the
library internally was forcing timeout to 1 ms. Now this behavior has
been removed, and zero timeout means no wait at all.

Readme: [View]

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

--- CAEN SpA - Software Division ---

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

CAEN Dig1 Library

Readme for Linux.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------


Copyright notice
----------------

Copyright (C) 2020-2023 CAEN SpA

The CAEN Dig1 Library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your
option) any later version.

The CAEN Dig1 Library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU Lesser General Public License
for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License along
with the CAEN Dig1 Library; if not, see https://www.gnu.org/licenses/.

The license applies to the CAEN Dig1 Library source as a whole, though individual
source files can have a different license which is required to be compatible
with the GNU Lesser General Public Library, version 3. You may find more details
on the Credits section of this file.


Support
-------

For technical support, go to https://www.caen.it/mycaen/support/ (login and
MyCAEN+ account required).

If you don't have an account or want to update your old one, find the instructions
at https://www.caen.it/support-services/getting-started-with-mycaen-portal/.


Content
-------

Library : Binary shared libraries are provided in this package. Install instructions can be found on INSTALL.
Demo : Demo projects with Makefile are deployed with the binary package. Deploy information can be found on INSTALL.


Prerequisites
-------------

- See INSTALL.


Credits
-------

The CAEN Dig1 Library is made possible by other third part open source software.

JSON for Modern C++:
- Website: https://github.com/nlohmann/json
- License: MIT license
- Copyright: Copyright 2013-2022 Niels Lohmann

spdlog, a very fast, header-only/compiled, C++ logging library:
- Website: https://github.com/gabime/spdlog
- License: MIT license
- Copyright: Copyright 2016 Gabi Melman

TinyCThread, a minimalist, portable, threading library for C:
- Website: https://tinycthread.github.io
- License: zlib License
- Copyright: Copyright 2012 Marcus Geelnard
- Copyright: Copyright 2013-2016 Evan Nemerson


GNU Lesser General Public License 3.0

Release Notes: Release_Notes.txt

Build:
License  

PUBLIC BETA VERSION Disclaimer
WEB PUBLISHED BETA FIRMWARE/SOFTWARE VERSIONS MAY CONTAIN DEFECTS AS THEY ARE PRIMARILY INTENDED FOR BETA TESTING PURPOSES AND BUG IDENTIFICATION.
CAEN DOES NOT GUARANTEE FULL FUNCTIONALITY AND STABILITY OF BETA FIRMWARE/SOFTWARE, AND DENIES ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR REAL OR POTENTIAL, DIRECT OR INDIRECT DAMAGES DUE TO THE USE OF THIS FIRMWARE/SOFTWARE. THE USER MUST BE CONSCIOUS THAT BETA FIRMWARE/SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS” AND HE MUST BE CONSIDERED THE ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ITS USAGE.

TAKE AN ACTIVE PART AND HELP US TO IMPROVE OUR PRODUCTS!
SEND YOUR FEEDBACK OR REPORT A BUG BY FILLING IN THE ONLINE FORM AT:
https://www.caen.it/support-services/support-form

GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE

Version 3, 29 June 2007

Copyright (C) 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc. <https://fsf.org/>
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies
of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.

This version of the GNU Lesser General Public License incorporates the terms and conditions of version 3 of the GNU General Public License, supplemented by the additional permissions listed below.

0. Additional Definitions.

As used herein, “this License” refers to version 3 of the GNU Lesser General Public License, and the “GNU GPL” refers to version 3 of the GNU General Public License.

“The Library” refers to a covered work governed by this License, other than an Application or a Combined Work as defined below.

An “Application” is any work that makes use of an interface provided by the Library, but which is not otherwise based on the Library. Defining a subclass of a class defined by the Library is deemed a mode of using an interface provided by the Library.

A “Combined Work” is a work produced by combining or linking an Application with the Library. The particular version of the Library with which the Combined Work was made is also called the “Linked Version”.

The “Minimal Corresponding Source” for a Combined Work means the Corresponding Source for the Combined Work, excluding any source code for portions of the Combined Work that, considered in isolation, are based on the Application, and not on the Linked Version.

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You may convey a covered work under sections 3 and 4 of this License without being bound by section 3 of the GNU GPL.

2. Conveying Modified Versions.

If you modify a copy of the Library, and, in your modifications, a facility refers to a function or data to be supplied by an Application that uses the facility (other than as an argument passed when the facility is invoked), then you may convey a copy of the modified version:

a) under this License, provided that you make a good faith effort to ensure that, in the event an Application does not supply the function or data, the facility still operates, and performs whatever part of its purpose remains meaningful, or

b) under the GNU GPL, with none of the additional permissions of this License applicable to that copy.

3. Object Code Incorporating Material from Library Header Files.

The object code form of an Application may incorporate material from a header file that is part of the Library. You may convey such object code under terms of your choice, provided that, if the incorporated material is not limited to numerical parameters, data structure layouts and accessors, or small macros, inline functions and templates (ten or fewer lines in length), you do both of the following:

a) Give prominent notice with each copy of the object code that the Library is used in it and that the Library and its use are covered by this License.

b) Accompany the object code with a copy of the GNU GPL and this license document.

4. Combined Works.

You may convey a Combined Work under terms of your choice that, taken together, effectively do not restrict modification of the portions of the Library contained in the Combined Work and reverse engineering for debugging such modifications, if you also do each of the following:

a) Give prominent notice with each copy of the Combined Work that the Library is used in it and that the Library and its use are covered by this License.

b) Accompany the Combined Work with a copy of the GNU GPL and this license document.

c) For a Combined Work that displays copyright notices during execution, include the copyright notice for the Library among these notices, as well as a reference directing the user to the copies of the GNU GPL and this license document.

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CAEN FELib library Arm Linux GZ 504.67 kB 1.3.1 June 12th, 2024 Linux -

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v1.3.1 (10/06/2024)
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- Add LabView wrapper.
- Windows build environment updated: MSVC2019 16.11.35.
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v1.6.0 (10/06/2024)
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New features:
- Support for 10G UDP.
- Python demo for Scope and DPP-PSD.
- New demo with support for multiple board with synchronization.
- Add support for connection with dig2://caen.internal/usb?pid=PID as
alternative to dig2://caen.internal/usb/PID, for consistency with the
CAEN Dig1 library.
- The maximum socket receive buffer of the hardware endpoint socket,
can now be adjusted using the rcvbuf query parameter in the connection
URL (e.g. dig2://192.0.2.1/?rcvbuf=65536). The value, in bytes, is used
as argument for setsockopt with SO_RCVBUF. The setting applies to every
hardware endpoints: Raw, RawUDP and OpenData.
- On Linux, autoconf adds -std=c++20 if supported by the compiler.
- Add build tests for Clang 15, 16, 17 and 18, and for GCC 13 and 14.
- Add build tests for multiple versions of Boost (1.67, 1.74 and 1.83)
- Windows build environment updated: MSVC2019 16.11.35 and Boost 1.84.

Fixes:
- Fix value of REAL_TIME_NS, LIVE_TIME_NS and DEAD_TIME_NS of stats endpoint
on DPP-PSD of 2730.
- Add support for keep alive packets on main communication socket to
mitigate rare missing data from digitizer, happening expecially on
commands that clear data, like ClearData, ArmAcquisition and Reset.
By default the interval is set at 4 seconds but can be adjusted using
"keepalive" query on the URL (e.g. dig2://192.0.2.1/?keepalive=10).
It can also be disabled by setting keepalive=0.
- Increase GateOffsetS value on DPP-PSD demo, to be compatible with 2730.
- Application layer message header is now always zero-initialized.
- Endpoint communication improved by disabling send operations right after
the connection, since the client does not send data on that socket

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The End User may reproduce the CAEN Software only if such reproduction is strictly necessary for the use of the CAEN Software.

Necessary reproductions include the installation of the CAEN Software from the original system disk or from the downloaded installation archive on the mass memory of the hardware, as well as the loading of the CAEN Software into the main memory during CAEN Software operation.

Moreover, the End User may reproduce the CAEN Software for backup purposes. However, only one backup copy of the original system disk or the downloaded installation archive may be created and/or stored. Said copy must be marked as a backup.

Should a rotational backup of a system’s entire data set, including the CAEN Software programmers, be essential for a fast reactivation of the system following a complete breakdown, the End User may create backup copies in the required quantities. The pertinent system disks shall be marked accordingly. These backup copies may be used for archive purposes in connection with data backup only.

The End User will not modify the user guides, operating manuals and release notes made available by CAEN, if any. Such documentation may:

  1. only be used to support the End User’s use of the CAEN Software;
  2. not be republished or redistributed to any unauthorized third party;
  3. not be distributed or used to conduct training for which the End User, or any other party, receives a fee.

The End User shall take the necessary steps to prohibit unauthorized access to the CAEN Software and its documentation by third parties.

The original data media, as well as all backup copies, shall be stored in a secure place, safe from access by unauthorized third parties.

  1. Disclaimer of Warranties by CAEN

To the maximum extent permitted by applicable laws and regulations, the CAEN Software is provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis, “with all faults” and without warranty of any kind.

CAEN, its licensors, and its and their affiliates disclaim all warranties, conditions, and representations (express, implied, oral, and written) with respect to the CAEN Software including without limitation all express, implied, and statutory warranties and conditions of any kind, such as title, non-interference with your enjoyment, authority, non-infringement, merchantability, fitness or suitability for any purpose (whether or not CAEN knows or has reason to know of any such purpose), system integration, accuracy or completeness, results, reasonable care, workmanlike effort, lack of negligence, and lack of viruses, whether alleged to arise under law, by reason of custom or usage in the trade, or by course of dealing.

CAEN does not warrant that the CAEN Software will operate uninterrupted or be error free or that defects are correctable or will be corrected.

Any service obtained using the CAEN Software is done at the End User’s own discretion and risk, and the End User will be solely responsible for any damage to his/her computer system or loss of data that results from the download and/or use of any such material or service.

Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, CAEN, its licensors, and its and their affiliates make no warranty that:

  1. the CAEN Software will operate properly;
  2. the CAEN Software will meet the End User’s system/technical requirements;
  3. the operation of the CAEN Software will be uninterrupted, bug free, or error free in any or all circumstances;
  4. any defects in the CAEN Software can or will be corrected by CAEN.

The terms set forth herein will apply to the maximum extent permitted by applicable laws.

  1. Limitation of Liability

To the extent not prohibited by the applicable laws, in no event shall CAEN be liable for personal injury or any incidental, special, indirect, or consequential damages whatsoever, including, without limitation, damages for loss of profits, loss of data, business interruption, or any other commercial damages or losses, arising out of or related to the End User’s use of or inability to use the CAEN Software, however caused, regardless of the theory of liability (contract, tort, or otherwise) and even if CAEN has been advised of the possibility of such damages.

As mentioned in article 6 above, CAEN Software is provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis, “with all faults” and without warranty of any kind, therefore the End User acknowledges that the use of the CAEN Software shall be at its own risk and the End User waves any right to compensation for any kind of damage or loss directly or indirectly consequential to the use of the CAEN Software.

In no event shall CAEN’s total liability to the End User for all damages (other than as may be required by applicable law in cases involving personal injury) exceed the total amount of the fees paid for the CAEN Software license.

Because some states or jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or the limitation of liability for consequential or incidental damages, in such states or jurisdictions, the foregoing limitations of liability shall apply only to the full extent permitted by the applicable law.

  1. Indemnification

The End User is solely responsible for compliance with agreements the End User has executed with third parties.

The End User agrees to indemnify and hold CAEN harmless from any claim or demand, including reasonable legal fees, made by any third party in connection with or arising out of the End User’s use of the CAEN Software, the End User’s violation of any terms or conditions of the CAEN Software license and/or violation of applicable laws, or the violation of any rights of another person or entity.

  1. CAEN Software Updates

CAEN undertakes to provide all the services and technical maintenance services, together with all the relevant additional services, if any, as indicated in the applicable CAEN and/or CAEN terms and conditions (“Terms & Conditions”).

  1. Consent to the Use of Data

If applicable due to the software provided to the End User, the End User acknowledges and agrees that CAEN may remotely extract and collect, at any time and without any obligation to notice the End User, technical and performance data concerning the CAEN Software’s usage by the End User and its performance, and all the necessary related information.

Such technical and performance data will be collected, stored and used by CAEN and/or CAEN’s technical partners only for the purpose of monitoring and improving the performance of the CAEN Software, to prevent and/or fix technical failures and/or bugs as well as to facilitate the performance of any technical support activity.

In addition to the above, CAEN and/or its technical partners might collect personal data of the End User for the sole purposes of the management of the license and the performance of technical additional services.

The personal data collected by CAEN and/or its technical partners might consist in the following:

  1. End User’s name and last name;
  2. End User’s e-mail;
  3. End User’s “MyCAEN” chosen username;
  4. the identifier number of the device from which the End User is accessing and downloading the CAEN Software (the “Machine ID”);
  5. the IP address of the End User’s internet connection.

CAEN and/or its technical partners shall process the personal data collected in accordance with the applicable data protection laws, as specified in CAEN’s and/or its technical partners’ privacy notices provided to the End User during the registration process and/or immediately after such process.

  1. Audit Rights and Non-compliance

During the term of this EULA, the End User will maintain electronic and other records sufficient for CAEN to confirm that the End User has complied with the terms and conditions of this EULA.

CAEN may audit, and/or have third party to audit, the End User’s records and computer systems (including servers, databases, and all other applicable software and hardware) to ensure that the End User has fully complied with this EULA.

The End User shall cooperate with CAEN’s audit team and promptly and accurately respond to database queries, location information, system reports, and other reports requested by CAEN.

If the End User is not in compliance with the CAEN Software licenses, the End User shall fully compensate CAEN for all the loss and damages caused directly and/or indirectly by the relevant non- compliance, as liquidated by the competent court of law..

  1. Export Control

This EULA involves software, products and/or technical data that may be controlled under laws and regulations that might forbid and/or regulate the export of such software, products and/or technical data (“Export Laws“).

The End User shall comply with all Export Laws to assure that the CAEN Software is not exported, directly or indirectly, in contravention of the applicable Export Laws.

  1. Term and Termination

The license granted to the End User is perpetual with reference to the version of the CAEN Software originally provided to the End User.

Notwithstanding with the above, the Parties acknowledge that:

  • the End User may terminate the CAEN Software license by discontinuing use of all or any of the CAEN Software and by destroying all copies of the applicable CAEN Software;
  • the license terminates automatically if the End User violates any terms of the EULA, if CAEN sends a written notice of termination to the End User and in all the other cases set forth in the Terms & Conditions.

After a termination, the End User shall immediately:

  1. cease any use of the CAEN Software;
  2. fully delete all CAEN Software, in particular the original files, any backup copies and any pertinent CAEN Software files installed on the End User’s devices;
  3. delete/destroy/return any documentation related to the CAEN Software.

CAEN has the right to demand a sworn statement from the End User regarding the fulfillment of its obligations under the present paragraph.

  1. Unilateral amendments to the EULA

CAEN has the right, at any time, when necessary, to unilaterally amend and modify the EULA without the obligation to priorly inform the End User of such changes.

  1. Applicable Law

This CAEN Software License and the relationship between the End User and the Licensor is governed by the laws of Italy and shall be interpreted accordingly.

Any dispute arising out of or in connection with this EULA shall be referred to and finally resolved by the Court of Florence, Italy.

The United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods does not apply to the CAEN Software License.

  1. Precedence

This EULA constitutes the entire understanding between the parties regarding the use of the CAEN Software. In the event of any conflict between the EULA and the Terms & Conditions of the CAEN Software, the Terms & Conditions will prevail.

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