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Tue Dec 21 16:40:20 EST 2021
Thanks Matthias. Quite a lot there for me to get my head around, but thanks for pointing me in the right direction and giving me hope! Much appreciated, Alex
On December 21, 2021 at 1:33:44 AM, matthias rebbe via use-livecode (use-livecode at lists.runrev.com) wrote:
does the developer of the I/O board provides an SDK? Best would be of course, that SDK would have support for Livecode, but i assume the latter is not the case.
But if the developer of that board has an sdk for example with prebuilt .dll you could try to create a wrapper with Livecode Builder.
How is the board detected on Windows? As a serial device? If so, you could communicate with it through Livecode. Please have a look at 'open driver' in the dictionary.
> Am 21.12.2021 um 05:33 schrieb Alex Hughson via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com>:
> Hello all. I am a beginner user of LiveCode. I’ve managed to work my way through a project which I think I can complete. However the project has to be able to communicate with an I/O board (Numato 16 channel USB GPIO Module for example) from a Windows Standalone application. I have not been able to find any guidance or samples for how to do this. This has led me to wonder if it is even possible to creat some kind of serial communication using LC or whether I should start over with a different platform. I am doing the LC work using a Mac. Any help or advice would be much appreciated.
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