writing lines to the driver
-= JB =-
sundown at pacifier.com
Sat Dec 6 13:15:38 CST 2008
Something really strange is happening.
The driver I was writing to mentioned below is the internal modem on
a Mac G4 AGP.
You use the AT commands to control the modem.
I used to be able to enter AT&V and then it would put the
configuration into a field.
The configuration consists of a number of lines of text but not
Now when I enter the AT&V command it puts about nine lines of text
into the field
and then Rev crashes. If I use this program on another machine I
have and enter
the AT&V command it puts the configuration into the field like the
first Mac used
to do. But when I copy the text in the field it was put in Rev crashes.
This looks to me like some memory/buffer management problems with Rev
but I really don't know what it is. Why did the first Mac used to
list the configuration
without any problem and now only list part of it then crashes Rev? I
have not made
any changes to my knowledge that would cause this. And why can't the
copy a small amount of text after writing the AT&V command to the
On Dec 5, 2008, at 11:29 AM, -= JB =- wrote:
> When I open a driver port I am able to write to the driver and
> close the port without any problems.
> I can open the driver port and write to the driver 9 times writing
> one line at a time no problems.
> After I write the 10th line to the driver Rev crashes.
> If I close the port after writing line 9 to the driver I can write
> to the driver 9 more times.
> The line can have a few chars or a large line of text and the crash
> still comes after writing to the
> driver 9 times.
> How can I clear any buffer or whatever is doing the counting
> without closing the port and the
> needing to reopen the port to keep writing lines to the driver?
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