Frank D. Engel, Jr.
fde101 at fjrhome.net
Fri Aug 27 17:37:23 EDT 2004
write to driver, maybe?
On Aug 27, 2004, at 5:33 PM, Dan Shafer wrote:
> There could be a lot of reasons the dial command isn't supported in
> Revolution. I have not tried to use the alternative approaches, but
> what looks potentially promising for what you want to do is the write
> to file command with modem as the file identifier. This is documented
> and may do what you want.
> On Aug 25, 2004, at 1:54 PM, doupsy at wanadoo.fr wrote:
>> With Hypercard, it was very very simple to dial a phone number ( dial
>> "05 02 00 00 00 for ex" with modem ).
>> Only you click with one hand on a button to dial and with other hand
>> you take your téléphone to your ear.
>> Why it is impossible to dial with Revolution ?
>> (I am under OS X)
>> I try :
>> close driver "/dev/cu.modem"
>> open driver "/dev/cu.modem"
>> write "ATDT"&PhoneNumber&CR to driver "/dev/cu.modem"
>> read from driver "/dev/cu.modem" until eof
>> (write "ATH"&cr to driver "/dev/cu.modem"
>> read from driver "/dev/cu.modem" until eof)
>> With Revolution you must think when you must click on the button to
>> dial, when you must lift the receiver, when you must hang up, etc....
>> And most often, the application crash.
>> Could you help me, or not ?
>> I am not an informatician.
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>> use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
> Dan Shafer, Revolutionary
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