[purejavacomm] Re: Fwd: Version 0.0.13 released

  • From: Ytai Ben-Tsvi <ytaibt@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: purejavacomm <purejavacomm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2012 12:11:53 -0800

I can contribute Windows and 64-bit Linux testing. Are there any
instructions on how to run the tests exactly? Do they require a physical
RS-232 port, or can they be run with a USB serial adapter?


On Sun, Nov 18, 2012 at 12:01 PM, Kustaa Nyholm <feedback2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> wrote:

> On 18.11.2012 21.40, Ytai Ben-Tsvi wrote:
>
>> Thanks for doing that! I'll check that this new release fixes issues I've
>> been seeing as it should.
>> What is the process of getting this out of "experimental" status?
>>
>
> Well, there is no very definite process, ideally I would
> hear from users on various platform some feedback weather it
> works or not.
>
> I've run the test suite on Mac OS X (Mountain Lion) and
> it passes the whole test suite, same on 32 bit Ubuntu.
> ATM I've not had the opportunity to try it out on Windows,
> no FreeBSD or Solaris and no 64 bit Linux.
>
> I've not really touched the Windows backend so it should be
> be good but of course the refactoring of how timeout
> and threshold are handled plus the use (or actually
> non use on Windows) of pipes to wake the read
> from come may have exposed some latent issue with
> Windows backend.
>
> I hope to hear from a user some feedback on running
> the code on Raspberry and if that turns out ok
> and I don't hear anything to the contrary I will
> try to find a Windows to test this on and if all
> goes well I likely change the status within a few
> weeks.
>
> br Kusti
>
>
>

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