MORALE Tool Description
ACMEServer Version 1.0 (no longer available due to licensing
To provide communications infrastructure for information exchange
multiple MORALE applications via the ACME ADL.
ACME Server provides an interface between multiple running applications
and an underlying ACME representation. The communications
is provided via PBIO (portable binary IO streams) and
The dataexchange allows redirection and forwarding to allow multiple
to access a single ACME representation.
ACME Server has a native C/C++ interface. and a TCL/TK 8.0 interface
(DEComm) provided for end-user tool use and integration.
Version 1.0 is available for download in Solaris and Windows source and
binary distributions. (Note Beta 0.5 does not include JavaComm).
95/NT Source Distribution
95/NT Binary Distribution
Operating System Dependencies:
Requires C/C++ compiler for build. Tested on Visual C++ and egcs
Limited to those platforms which can run PBIO, Dataexchange and
ACMELib (Produced by CMU, Included in distribution)
Dataexchange (Produced by Georgia Tech Systems Research Group, included
PBIO (Produced by Georgia Tech Systems Research Group, no longer
A user's manual is
The product brochure can be obtained here.
Point of Contact:
College of Computing
801 Atlantic Drive
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0280