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CuteCom

CuteCom is a graphical serial terminal like minicom, but offering an easy-to-use GUI. It is aimed mainly at hardware developers or other people who need a terminal to talk to their devices. It is heavily inspired by Bray++ for Windows.

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  •  27 Jun 2009 12:44

    Release Notes: CuteCom now also works on Mac OS X. Support for more baudrates was added. The man page is installed to /share/man/man1 instead of /man/man1. Qt 4.1.0 or later is now required instead of 4.3. The program disconnects from the device if it disappears. Qt3Support is used less.

    •  12 Mar 2008 23:40

      Release Notes: This release has been ported to Qt4 (previously Qt3). It has the same features as 0.14.2, which is also still available.

      •  10 Mar 2008 23:52

        Release Notes: Support for the 1k xmodem protocol. A man page has been added. There is now a CVS repository for CuteCom.

        •  23 Nov 2006 02:07

          Release Notes: This release will flush the serial port when it's opened (without this, sometimes random characters could be sent to the device). Support has been added for building CuteCom with CMake.

          •  19 Jul 2006 05:14

            Release Notes: A log-to-file feature was implemented.

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