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'[PIC] Java Serial Software for Windows'
2006\01\07@162052 by Shay

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I was hoping to use Java to communicate with my PIC via the Serial port
but I can't find a download link for Sun's Java Comm library.. anyone
have a copy sitting somewhere for windows?  Or recommend a different
library?

Thanks,
Shay

2006\01\07@164944 by Rolf

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Shay wrote:
> I was hoping to use Java to communicate with my PIC via the Serial port
> but I can't find a download link for Sun's Java Comm library.. anyone
> have a copy sitting somewhere for windows?  Or recommend a different
> library?
>
> Thanks,
> Shay
>
>  
Try:
java.sun.com/products/javacomm/index.jsp
and specifically:
click Downloads on the top left.

Rolf

2006\01\07@173730 by Jim Korman

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Shay wrote:
> I was hoping to use Java to communicate with my PIC via the Serial port
> but I can't find a download link for Sun's Java Comm library.. anyone
> have a copy sitting somewhere for windows?  Or recommend a different
> library?
>
> Thanks,
> Shay
>
Shay, I've emailed you the most current windows commapi.

For all.

The most current Communications stuff is at

http://java.sun.com/products/javacomm/index.jsp

but it doesn't support Windows.

Jim

2006\01\07@174302 by Shay

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I did.  The links are for Linux and Solaris only.  Nothing for Windows.

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2006\01\07@180544 by Rolf

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Apologies. Missed the windows not there part.

No suggestions for you other than to look in to the RXTX package here:
http://www.rxtx.org/

No, I have not used it but it seems to be a full implementation of
javax.comm, which broke when Sun changed the API (recently). Thus, they
have re-released it in it;s own namespace (gnu.io).

Supports Linux, Windows, and available in source.

Were it me, I would give them a go.

Rolf

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2006\01\07@194006 by D. Jay Newman

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Then there should be something at http://www.rxtx.org. This is a replacement
for the Java Comm library.
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