I finally got around to updating LogSer and ToSer with a newer version that I call sercat (inspired by netcat). It will transfer data between a serial port and stdin/stdout, and is useful for storing logs, sending small commands (i.e., starting a program and then collecting the log) and even makes a very primitive terminal emulator.
Unlike the last versions, this one requires MinGW (not cl.exe), since I use
getopt.h for options parsing.
sercat.exe <com port> <options>. Running with no parameters will give a help screen.
- v0.1 source executable
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[…] released a replacement for both LogSer and ToSer called SerCat. It supports both stdin and stdout, and provides very basic terminal emulation (no arrow keys or […]