I’m playing around with openHAB some weeks now and really like it.
So it was possible to me to build a garden irrigation system very fast.
Maybe my background as programmer was helpful here.
I’m programming Windows, Linux and Android software of system level at all since 35 years yet. Tools, drivers, libraries, applications … 35 years are a lot of time.
My basic languages are C/C++, .net/C#, PL/SQL, JAVA. In this order.
And the things byside, every programmer has to know.
It’s my job, I earn my money with it inside a large German company.
As one can imagine, it interests me to go deeper into openHAB software system.
By the way: in around half a year I’ll enter retirement and will have lots of time then, hopefully.
Actual I could not find any deeper going technical documents, interface descriptions, architecture overviews, class references etc. of openHAB system.
All this stuff, a programmer needs to be able to write modules for an unknown given system.
Did I only oversee it? If yes, some links are very welcome.
If such documents exist as internal drafts only, maybe I could participate of it?
It doesn’t need to be ready for publishing. I’m focused to the information.
If nothing exist, a hint about this would be helpful also. Then I could stop searching around and focuse to reverse engineering of existing code, what is a hard job normally.
Thanks in advantage