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Hello all - Received this message on the RubyForge support project forums; if anyone is familiar with the things Vidya is discussing, please consider posting a reply to him... Thanks, Tom -----Forwarded Message-----  -- Tom Copeland <com> InfoEther...

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    Default [Fwd: [support - Help] Terminal Emulation with IBM / S 390.]

    Hello all -

    Received this message on the RubyForge support project forums; if anyone
    is familiar with the things Vidya is discussing, please consider posting
    a reply to him...

    Thanks,

    Tom

    -----Forwarded Message----- 
    --
    Tom Copeland <com>
    InfoEther



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    Default Re: [Fwd: [support - Help] Terminal Emulation with IBM / S 390.]

    By: vidiv [/ref]

    Have a look at this module
    http://raa.ruby-lang.org/list.rhtml?name=ruby-serialport


     [/ref]

    If you already have a C module which you want to access via Ruby, then try
    http://www.swig.org/


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    Simon Strandgaard
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    Default Re: [Fwd: [support - Help] Terminal Emulation with IBM / S 390.]

    On Wed, Jan 14, 2004 at 05:20:49AM +0900, Tom Copeland wrote: [/ref]

    http://ruby-serialport.rubyforge.org/

    "Ruby/SerialPort is a Ruby's library that allows you to communicate via
    the RS232 port. It supports POSIX (Linux, *BSD, Solaris, AIX), Cygwin
    and native Windows."

    It does everything you need and provides a nice OO interface.
     [/ref]

    It does. You can write extensions in C fairly easily (probably easier
    than with Python since you don't have to maintain reference counts).
    Moreover SWIG (http://www.swig.org/) is able to generate wrappers for
    C/C++ libraries automatically.

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