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UART PLOT

   0.2.1  

KDE Hardware Utility

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UART PLOT
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Downloads:  402
Submitted:  Jan 26 2012
Updated:  Jan 1 2013

Description:

Uart Plot is Serial Port terminal with an extra feature of plotting the curve of data if they are sent in CSV format(comma seperated values end with a newline like 123,456,235\n).
Features
1. Port selector is editable so you can write your own port for example when i use my blueboard it create /dev/ttyACM0 virtual port so i write ttyACM0 in port line edit.(not /dev/ttyACM0)

2. you can hide or show the graph.
3. it save a default template for color of curves, you can also change the default template.

How to install:
make sure you have qt installed.
Note: make sure user is added to uucp and tty group.

extract using tar and run :

qmake
make

it will create executable in bin folder!

Please comment if u face bugs :)

here is the repo
https://github.com/sanjuchopracool/uav.git

git://github.com/sanjuchopracool/uav.git

Changelog
0.2.1 : Added Grid Support




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 User group

 
 by sanjuchopra on: Jan 30 2012
 
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make sure that user is added to the tty group.


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 Raspberry Pi

 
 by ViRgiLiO on: Nov 26 2012
 
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I've looking for something like this for a long time. I'm planning to use my Raspberry Pi as a datalogger connecting with my bedside monitor. I would like to save all hemodynamic variables from this monitor using a USB-Serial connector, so this program could be my solution. I have to test it compiling with arm support, but, please, keep its developement active. And thanks.


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 Great work

 
 by jazzcomm on: Oct 6 2013
 
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Thank you so much for the nice program !
Works very well on the raspberry pi
on the rpi, just install qt-sdk
sudo apt-get install qt-sdk
qmake
make

important if you connect a msp430 launchpad, it will be recognised as ttyACM1 on the rpi
make sure the launchpad not send anything before everything is running well (keep the reset button on the launchpad pushed you see /dev/ttyACM1
or start the launchpad with a 20 second delay

Realy a great piece of software
Greetings from Saigon, Vietnam


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