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On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 5:25 PM, King, Mike <> wrote:
> > You could do this, but you don't really need to. Most (if not all) you need to know
> > about serial programming under Linux (and other POSIX compliant systems) is here :
> >
> > I already have a C serial library that works both under Windows and Linux (I'm using
> > it for eLua), but it's quite small at the moment, and not really tested. If there is
> > interest, however, I can make it public (which I'll do anyway, but I can also try make
> > it public as a separate library, not only as part of eLua). I think it might also work
> > under OSX, but I have yet to test this.
> That looks like some good information.  I'd be interested in looking at your code.

Here it is. For now it only handles one stop bit in Linux
(serial_posix.c), but this can be easily changed. Other than that, it
looks to be working (although it didn't go through too much testing).


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