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jimmcwin
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by jimmcwin » Tue Sep 27, 2016 10:26 pm
Hi There,

I am looking for a way to configure a serial with all the parameters, included flow control ( HW-flow/XonXoff ). I just don't see any option in command line menu from help. Am I missing something here ?

Just wanted to use TTERMPRO from a batch file to send and receive file with x baudrate and configuration. Please help.

Jim
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by jimmcwin » Wed Sep 28, 2016 11:31 pm
I figured out a way to do this as follows :

1. Create a basic TERATERM.INI
2. Build a Python script to generate multiple X.ini for each configuration as you needed. Such as, speed and mode selection.
3. Create your start up macro to send a file or receiving a file.

Everything is working as expected, however, it does not seem to perform as well as manually running the same process from the GUI.
For example, for sending a file from the GUI, the rate is pretty much accurate as expected, based on the meter status displayed. Where as, if do the same thing via command, it shows a very slow performance downward and sometime we got data correction too.

Any help is appreciated.

Jim
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by jimmcwin » Wed Sep 28, 2016 11:51 pm
Ok. I found one issue on "sednfile" in TTL. It appears that sending a file with binary option set to 1 ( no modification on TX path data ) is much slow than by setting 0. Setting this option to zero also appears to yield the same rate as if you use GUI to send the file.

Is this a bug in TERA TERM ?


Jim
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