From: Groepaz (groepaz_at_gmx.net)
Date: 2003-07-10 16:22:16
On Thursday 10 July 2003 11:38, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > How much are retro-replays these days? May have to track one down :) the very last one is currently on auction at ebay :=P (and like always, i offer my spare one for insane prices... :=P) > > also magervalp has written a simelar program in PERL > > (http://come.to/life) ... > > Last I looked at that, it was using an extension module that I failed > to get working. The fink people may have since made that process easier, > but since moving to Python for my scripting needs, I find Perl difficult > to get motivated about ;-) yeah i think that serial module isnt available for osx :=/ > Is that classic or X you are referring to? They are very different beasts. no, OSX ofcoz...i probably could get os7.5 stuff working since i got plenty of working example code for that :=P > Under OS X (oh ess ten), I just used standard posix stuff - if you grab > snaffleupadisk > from http://www.jaruth.com/shrydar/ it should be quite easy to extract the > serial > code, although you'd do just as well with cbmlink ;-) (It must be said > though - > I have yet to manage to do any CN232 firmware upgrades under OS X - not > sure if > it's a driver problem or a hardware bug in my USB/serial converter) > using an external serial converter would ensure you weren't doing anything > that relied on just having the original two serial ports named printer and > modem ;-) i've been compiling the same posix code that i use on linux and on cygwin.... compiles fine, but doesnt work :=P however, the guy who was testing it uses some usb=>serial thing aswell so it *may* be that its a bug on this side of things. (thats why i want working example code so he can test exactly that) gpz Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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