ssterm 1.5

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License:
GPL v3
Price:
free
Developer:
Vanya A. Sergeev|More programs
OS:
Linux / BSD
Updated:
July 20th, 2012

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ssterm 1.5 Description

ssterm 1.5 is considered to be a console-based simple serial port terminal which features painless serial port configuration, no dependencies outside of a standard Python 2 installation, is contained in a single file, and provides a variety of useful input/output features:

Major Features:

  1. Plain ASCII representation
  2. Split hexadecimal/ASCII representation
  3. Pure hexadecimal representation with optional newline interpretation
  4. Color coding bytes in all three ASCII, split, and hexadecimal modes
  5. Raw terminal with control character forwarding
  6. Transmit newline character remapping (e.g. LF → CRLF)
  7. Receive newline character remapping (e.g. CR → LF)
  8. Local character echo
Enhancements:
  • Fixed escape character bug. Switched escape character from Ctrl-[ to the more unique Ctrl-], which does not serve as the escape code for many other special keys and cause ssterm to quit on them like Ctrl-[ did. Thanks to zzazang for discovering this bug.
  • Modified formatting of split hexadecimal/ASCII representation mode to conform to “hexdump -C†canonical split output.
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