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Const Port v1.6

Taylor Robbins  — 11 months, 1 week ago
Const Port version 1.6 has been released! You can find an explanation of the changes on the blog post: http://www.siltutorials.com/blog/2017/12/10/const-port-v16

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Version 1.6 (rar)
Version 1.6 (zip)
Version 1.6 OSX (dmg)
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Changelog:
  • Redesigned the Com Menu to handle various resolutions and long lists of available ports better
  • Support for opening COM25-COM256
  • Ctrl+W now closes the currently open port
  • Escape key closes com menu and popup messages
  • Added an input text box to allow better editing features and recall functionality. (Can be disabled in the ...
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Const Port v1.5

Taylor Robbins  — 1 year, 1 month ago
Const Port version 1.5 is finally here! Sorry for the long wait. You can find all the details on the blog post: http://www.siltutorials.com/blog/2017/10/14/const-port-v15

Download:
Version 1.5
Version 1.5 (Debug)
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Changelog:
  • Added support for running a python instance with stdin and stdout routed to through Const Port so you can make scripts that interpret the output of the COM port or perform other tasks when certain things happen.
  • Changed the way regular expression triggers are defined the configuration options to allow support for any number of triggers ...
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Official Blog

Taylor Robbins  — 1 year, 4 months ago
The official Blog can be found at http://www.siltutorials.com/blog/
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Const Port v1.4

Taylor Robbins  — 1 year, 2 months ago
Version 1.4 of Const Port has been released! This version focuses on configuration options and the beginnings of regular expression features. Full details can be found at: http://www.siltutorials.com/blog/2017/8/24/const-port-v14

Changelog:
  • Added JSON configuration files in the Resources/Configuration folder that contain a variety of configuration options for Const Port. Edit these at any time and then use the Ctrl+R keybinding to reload the configuration
  • Added a RegularExpressions.rgx file in the Resources/Configuration folder. This file uses a custom syntax and is used in conjunction with the configuration files to allow ...
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