Kvaser’s latest software release includes yet more improvements to it’s Python resources. Additionally it adds a new J1939 formatter in the Canking version 6.7.
Canking for Windows is a free-of-charge Classical CAN monitor and general-purpose diagnostic tool. It is especially suited for interactive development work. Classical CAN messages can be sent and the corresponding impact on the target module observed.
The latest software release includes improvements to it’s Python resources. The restructuring work that was started in version 1.5 of the Python wrapper has now been completed (mainly kvrlib and kvmlib), resulting in code that is easier to maintain and use. This update also marks a continuation of the company’s provision for DBC files, adding multiplexed signal support in the DBC formatter and a new J1939 formatter in Canking version 6.7.
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