Wiak is a very efficient, special-purpose, usually non-interactive, extremely lightweight IPC shell that is used for building client/server "wiakapps". A variety of demonstration wiakapps are available as part of the current WIAK suite. The name WIAK stands for the "WIAK Interface fÃÂ¼r Application Kontrolle". As an inter-process communications utility, its name reflects its ability to create and control diverse wiakapps whose component parts may be written in a variety of programming languages and with an assortment of GUI toolkits.
released on 10 February 2008
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