[PD] serial object and a basic stamp

Ian Smith-Heisters heisters at 0x09.com
Sun Dec 12 19:36:19 CET 2004

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Has instructions. you need to put the help files in your reference
directory and maybe rename them for them to be found automatically.

It's really pretty simple, send it [open 0< to open port 0, send it
[baud 9600< to set the baudrate, etc. It's all in the help file. The
only problem is it needs to run as root on linux. One useful tip is
that, on linux if you're using a USB-Serial adapter, you need to say
[device /dev/ttyUSB< (or whatever it connects to) and then [open 0< to
get the USB adapter.

If you need any more help, let me know.

Have you ever heard Captain Ahab?: http://www.captain-ahab.com

If you have any more questions, let me know, I've been using [comport] a
lot recently.

- -Ian

captain ahab wrote:
| does anyone know where I can find info on the serial object in PD?  I
| looked at the helpfiles and there is no information on how to use the
| object.  I am trying to pass serial data from a basic stamp into PD
| through the serial port, so if anyone has information about doing this
| that would be very helpful,
| thanks,
| josh miller
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