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2002\02\04@002350 by James Newton, webmaster

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I'll second that. Seem like Hyperterm doesn't shift modes unless
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close and then reopen the connection.


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2002\02\04@003646 by Dale Botkin

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Hyperterm just plain sucks at just about anything.  I hate it.  Have made
the mistake of pasting an entire Cisco router configuration into the
window...  couple of hundred lines of text, the SOB took about an hour to
send it.  Disgusting.  Unfortunately most of the *good* serial comms
programs for Windows machines seem to have died off...  I especially liked
Telix and QMODEM.  Best one I have found recently is one that CCS sends
with their C compiler called SIOW.  Very bare-bones, but just the thing
for takling to PICs - except for bootloaders, it doesn't do file
transfers.  Other than that, Minicom for UNIX/Linux does a great job.

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2002\02\04@010219 by Kathy Quinlan

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From: "Dale Botkin" <.....daleKILLspamspam.....BOTKIN.ORG>
Subject: Re: [OT]:Antwort: [PIC]: Hyperterminal question

>Unfortunately most of the *good* serial comms
> programs for Windows machines seem to have died off...

If all you want to do is talk to a serial port on a uC, ie send it a few
bytes and receive a few bytes. I highly recommend Serial Device Tester by
H.A.C.K. Consulting, it crashes occasionally in win2k, but it gives the
ability to send Hex, ASCII and Decimal strings :o)

http://www.hackconsulting.com/

Regards,

Kat.

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2002\02\04@011229 by Barry Michels

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My favorite serial program for windows is CRT:
http://www.vandyke.com/products/crt/index.html

Lots of features...  like a 32,000 line scrollback buffer.


Barry

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2002\02\04@161517 by Dwayne Reid

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At 11:34 PM 2/3/02 -0600, Dale Botkin wrote:
>Hyperterm just plain sucks at just about anything.  I hate it.  Have made
>the mistake of pasting an entire Cisco router configuration into the
>window...  couple of hundred lines of text, the SOB took about an hour to
>send it.  Disgusting.  Unfortunately most of the *good* serial comms
>programs for Windows machines seem to have died off...  I especially liked
>Telix and QMODEM.  Best one I have found recently is one that CCS sends
>with their C compiler called SIOW.  Very bare-bones, but just the thing
>for takling to PICs - except for bootloaders, it doesn't do file
>transfers.  Other than that, Minicom for UNIX/Linux does a great job.

Search for Commo (Fred Brucker) and pcplustd (Procomm's PC Plus Test Drive).

I quite like Commo!

dwayne



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2002\02\05@154759 by Dwayne Reid

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>I wrote earlier:
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>Search for Commo (Fred Brucker) and pcplustd (Procomm's PC Plus Test Drive).
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>I quite like Commo!

It then occurred to me that perhaps a Windows program was wanted (both of
the above run very nicely from a DOS box).  May I recommend Tony Nixon's
terminal program? Its at: <http://www.bubblesoftonline.com/terminal.zip>

dwayne


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