Development of this package has been frozen because the company's focus is now on the ControlWave family of products. There is a software license key required to use the product but it will run for a 30 day trial period, which is the basis on which I ran it. I do not know whether wine allows installation of the software key successfully.
I loaded an existing Accol project.
I made a number of changes as required.
I saved these changes.
I compiled the modified program successfully.
The target was later found to function correctly in an RTU.
[By way of explanation, I ran this program in wine more out of necessity than out of a desire to perform exhaustive testing, but I post the results of what I found to be true within the scope of what I did with the application. To summarize, it just worked like it would on my Windows work machine.]
What does not
No non-functional aspects were found within the scope of testing I undertook.
What was not tested
Exhaustive testing of all ACCOL function blocks was not performed.
Exhaustive testing of all structure types was not performed.
Exhaustive testing of correct compilation to all supported target devices was not performed.
On-line debugging was not tested. (This would require dependence on, and testing of, additional components that provide communication functionality.)
On-line code modification was not tested because debugging would have to be found to be working correctly first.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Fedora Core 6||Jun 27 2007||0.9.37.||Yes||Yes||Platinum||an anonymous user|