> Please refer to the following help page:
> If you are a C++ programmer you might want to study the source for flarq
> which is a part of the fldigi source code package. flarq and pskmail
> communicate with fldigi using either a socket interface (Linux / Free
> BSD / Window / OS X) or a Sys-V message queue (Linux / Free BSD).
> If you prefer a Perl script then you should test and study to script:
> fldigi-shell which is also distributed with the source code.
Thanks for the prompt response!
With XML-RPC will you need to keep polling fldigi for new received text? And which method would you recommend if you are running full duplex and in constant/regular send and receive? Just wondering if one approach is more appropriate than another, language involved aside.
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