Rejoice, the Yukon project is revived! @silver.valdvee has been working hard on this application since July and we are expecting to publish the first usable version in about four weeks. The source code is available under the terms of the MIT license here:
The development is driven by our own experience with Cyphal networks. The two most important features available at this point are the network graph and the register view (but there are more). The network graph automatically reconstructs the data flow through the network and displays it in a human-readable format:
The register view is a very flexible tool that allows you to configure the entire network or a given subset of its nodes in a flash, including import/export of the configuration to/from YAML or JSON files:
Here’s a brief screencast of an early preview:
Yukon is designed to be fully interoperable with Yakut; for instance, you can read and write the same configuration files using either application. Just like Yakut, Yukon is designed to support all Cyphal transports, although, at the moment, the main focus is on Cyphal/UDP and Cyphal/CAN.
Yukon runs on GNU/Linux and Windows out of the box. Support for macOS is possible; we would accept related pull requests.