X-Plane Remote Access Plugin:

Extract the archive in the Resources/plugins directory. It should work on both 32-bit and 64-bit Linux and Windows.

Very-Simple Cross-Platform Library:

Sources: vscpl-0.2.tar.gz

Binary distributions:

These are precompiled versions of the library. The directory layout is the usual Unix one for the Windows versions as well, meaning you can use them with MingW32 on Linux right away, but it should be no problem to import the libraries into Visual Studio or whatever.

Linux Intel 32-bit: vscpl-0.2-linux-i686.tar.gz

Linux Intel 64-bit: vscpl-0.2-linux-x86_64.tar.gz

Windows 32-bit:

Windows 64-bit:

X-Plane Common Utilities:

Sources: libxplcommon-0.2.tar.gz


Linux Intel 32-bit: xplcommon-0.2-linux-i686.tar.gz

Linux Intel 64-bit: xplcommon-0.2-linux-x86_64.tar.gz

Windows 32-bit:

Windows 64-bit:

X-Plane Remote Access plugin:

Sources: xplra-0.2.tar.gz

Binaries of the C/C++ client library:

Linux Intel 32-bit: xplra-0.2-linux-i686.tar.gz

Linux Intel 64-bit: xplra-0.2-linux-x86_64.tar.gz

Windows 32-bit:

Windows 64-bit:

The Windows client libraries were compiled with MingW32, thus the C++ classes are not compatible with another C++ compiler, such as Visual C++. However, you can still use the C library, as that should work.

Python source package:

This is the source distribution of the client module.

Python client module installer for Windows and Python 2.7: xplra-0.2.win32.msi

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