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[REBOL] Re: (no subject)

From: dlhawley:home at: 12-Dec-2001 10:37

to open a serial port use serial-port: open serial://portX where X is the index of the port name in system/ports/serial. If your port is not in that list, then aappend it. Also, you can set the baud rate and so on with options after the X as in:
>> append system/ports/serial 'cm17
== [ser0 ser1 cm17] cm-port: open serial://port3/300/none/8/1 Now I can read/write to cm-port as needed. The values in system/ports/serial are OS dependent and possible incorrect. QNX does not typically have a /dev/ser0 so one could do a system/ports/serial: difference system/ports/serial 'ser0 first. Also, in an OS where the ports are in /dev - /dev is prepended by rebol in the underlying open call. For an OS which allows opening accross the net one can make a symbolic link to the network port - in QNX6 it might look like: ln -sP /net/X10controller/dev/ser3 /dev/cm17 And no - I don't have X10 code under REBOL - but have been looking at the C code... It weould be tyivial to write under REBOL, but for QNX better to put X10 into a resource manager which could be opened by any language. Previously, you (Release) wrote:
> Hello , ALL!!! > > I need some help. > > I'd like to make a small program to manage phone traffic. > My digital phone system can communicate via RS232 (standart COM-port) > I can not find any description about how to open COM-port using REBOL. > Can someone help me with info? > > Thanks in advance. > > -- > Best regards, > Rain mailto:[rain--release-co--ru] > > -- > To unsubscribe from this list, please send an email to > [rebol-request--rebol--com] with "unsubscribe" in the > subject, without the quotes. >
-- David L. Hawley D.L. Hawley and Associates 1.503.274.2242 Software Engineer [David--L--Hawley--computer--org]