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Multiple serial devices in one terminal

Posted on Friday, November 16th, 2012 in DIY by DP

John wrote informing us of a terminal program that can host multiple serial devices in a single prompt:

Cool python terminal program that allows multiple devices to connect. Each device prints in a separate color so its easy to debug complicated setups like networks of many devices.

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One Response to “Multiple serial devices in one terminal”

  1. sasza7 says:

    I love that! It will help a lot when you need to set multiprocesor device with uart debuging :)

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