|Involvierte:||User:anlumo User:m68k User:ripper User:phaer User:hetti|
|Beschreibung:||box which changes banknotes into coins|
- Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_DINDvbJZY
- Payoutd: https://github.com/sixtyeight/Payout
- Maintenance Mode Application: https://github.com/phaer/kassomat-scripts
- Changeomatic: https://github.com/sixtyeight/changeomatic
In case you don't have the actual hardware available you can use the Payoutd/Cash hardware Simulator instead: https://github.com/hettipeti/PayoutSimulator
The https://github.com/hettipeti/PayoutSimulator/tree/master/PayoutSim_v3/PayoutSimulator folder contains the latest version.
payoutd controls the hardware and feeds into redis queues where other tools may pick them up. Changeomatic listens to events in those redis queues and allows users to change banknotes into coins. The protocol is documented in the payoutd repository. People who are interested in implementing a more advanced POS system are very welcome to do so! :)
* Changeomatic - Source at: https://github.com/sixtyeight/changeomatic - Written in Java - UI: Graphical Swing Frontend - libs - Redisson (Redis client) - Jackson (JSON library) * Maintenance Mode Application - Source at: https://github.com/phaer/kassomat-scripts - Written in Python - UI: Console interface * Payout - Source at: https://github.com/sixtyeight/Payout - Written in C - Linux daemon - JSON API (accessible via Redis) - UI: none - libs - hiredis (Redis client for C) - libevent2 (Event Dispatching) - libjansson (JSON library) - libuuid - ITL example code (aka "vendor hardware library") * Redis - message broker between the different components (Changeomatic, Payout and the Maintenance Mode Application) - not used as a datastore!