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Shared Memory Support
#1
HWiNFO32/64 (starting with v3.83) includes support of Shared Memory for publishing all sensor information to 3rd party tools/applications.
The specification of the shared memory format is available to all developers of plug-ins and applications interested in interfacing with HWiNFO32/64 rich sensor capabilities. The only condition is that the integration result must be made publicly available as freeware.

If interested, please contact me via e-mail.

This forum will also be updated with 3rd party solutions interfacing with HWiNFO32/64 sensors.
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#2
Hi,

Sorry for my bad english, i hope you understand me

I want to develop a plugin for Samurize. Could I please have the offered info? Of course I will publish the result as freeware.


thank you
EDE
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#3
Thanks for your interest. Please contact me per e-mail and we will discuss further details.

(01-09-2012, 12:25 AM)EDE Wrote: Hi,

Sorry for my bad english, i hope you understand me

I want to develop a plugin for Samurize. Could I please have the offered info? Of course I will publish the result as freeware.


thank you
EDE

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#4
Hi,

What about that Samurize plugin, EDE? I'm also very interested in it.

BTW, great software you have here, Martin. A lot of built-in features that, otherwise, would need a bunch of applications (CPU-Z for CPU info, GPU-Z for GPU info, Aida/Everest for system general info, HWMonitor for system monitor, etc). Probably the best and most complete hardware info+monitor tool out there.
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#5
i have little time to time, at may can i do that.
The Shared Memory read is finish, and the first step to Samurize plugin.

have fun
EDE
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#6
Thanks EDE. Please let us know when it's completed.
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#7
Ok. If there is anything in what I can help, don't hesitate to tell me.
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#8
Nothing yet here?
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#9
I'd like to be able to see sensor information while i'm full-screen gaming, and i don't have (or really want to buy) a Logitech keyboard with lcd... i'm thinking of writing an interface that acts like a mini-web-server to access HWINFO sensor data. Then I can use the web browser on my tablet or phone or whatever as a real-time sensor display.

How do I find out more about getting access to the sensor data, shared memory or otherwise? Thanks!

Aaron

P.S. I am certainly willing to provide my efforts as open-source freeware. Smile I'm not interested in making a HUGE project of this but I would be happy to share my efforts with others.
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#10
That's an interesting idea. Please contact me via e-mail and we can discuss this further.

Btw, currently you can use the RivaTuner/MSI Afterburner/EVGA Precision Statistics Sever for displaying any HWiNFO sensor information while full screen gaming.
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#11
RE: Shared Memory Support
I'd like to be able to see sensor information while i'm full-screen gaming, and i don't have (or really want to buy) a Logitech keyboard with lcd... i'm thinking of writing an interface that acts like a mini-web-server to access HWINFO sensor data. Then I can use the web browser on my tablet or phone or whatever as a real-time sensor display.

How do I find out more about getting access to the sensor data, shared memory or otherwise? Thanks!

Aaron

P.S. I am certainly willing to provide my efforts as open-source freeware. Smile I'm not interested in making a HUGE project of this but I would be happy to share my efforts with others.


That is the sort of thing i used to use, it was done through windows sideshow, very good, effective and reliable.
Only down side is the need for compatible hardware. I an no longer use that due to a recent rebuild of my rig. I'm not clever enough to programme software, but would be a willing beta tester and possibly help with some skinning.
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#12
I wish to develop a 3rd party application that will run as a service on the users computer. The service will hook into HWINFO and gather data at a configurable interval. The data will be stored in an RRDTOOL format

see http://oss.oetiker.ch/rrdtool/gallery/index.en.html

The data will then be served to the user through a webserver.. either IIS/apache/standalone (jetty).

I will publish this as freeware.
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#13
(10-15-2013, 08:51 AM)dreamer81 Wrote: I wish to develop a 3rd party application that will run as a service on the users computer. The service will hook into HWINFO and gather data at a configurable interval. The data will be stored in an RRDTOOL format

see http://oss.oetiker.ch/rrdtool/gallery/index.en.html

The data will then be served to the user through a webserver.. either IIS/apache/standalone (jetty).

I will publish this as freeware.

I have replied to you via e-mail.
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#14
Martin,

I would like to get information on how to access the shared memory of HWInfo. Currently, I am trying to use the web server project [ http://www.hwinfo.com/forum/Thread-HwInf...ta-testing ] , but without the source, it is difficult to adapt it for my needs. My application will be very similar to the web server project -- provide RESTful access to the sensor values provided by HWInfo.

I have already created a similar project with GPU-Z's shared memory using the code base from this thread: http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/thread...er.164080/

Thanks!
Ganesh
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(12-09-2013, 07:51 PM)Ganesh_AT Wrote: Martin,

I would like to get information on how to access the shared memory of HWInfo. Currently, I am trying to use the web server project [ http://www.hwinfo.com/forum/Thread-HwInf...ta-testing ] , but without the source, it is difficult to adapt it for my needs. My application will be very similar to the web server project -- provide RESTful access to the sensor values provided by HWInfo.

I have already created a similar project with GPU-Z's shared memory using the code base from this thread: http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/thread...er.164080/

Thanks!
Ganesh

Thanks, please contact me via e-mail for further details.
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#16
Hi. Thanks for the great tool here Martin. I would like info the shared memory. I'm looking to export from this shared memory information about CPU/GPU temps to an Arduino with an LCD screen that is mounted in my computer.

Happy to open source all my code via Github.
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#17
Thanks for this Martin! I've sent you an email with my project idea Smile
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