The code works well for me, but there are still some bugs:
 
-when a parallel port is in the circuit if i try to open the "configure ktechlab" window , ktl freezes... no error messages in the terminal... just freezes.
 
-If i try to add a new p-port to the circuit it freezes too.
 
If you are not hurry to have the code i (or anyone) can try to find the errors.


 
2009/9/15 Zoltan Padrah <zoltan.padrah@gmail.com>

 If the code works well, send a patch and we could included in the official tree.

 Too bad I have only a laptop, which has only usb ports, so I can't test the parallel ports. 

2009/9/15 santiago gonzalez <santigoro@gmail.com>
Ok... found the parallel port inputs (status) error.. the setHigh() operation was ORed with the readed value but it should be ANDed... now seting or clearing status pins in the real port is shown in ktechlab and can be conected to a ktl circuit... lets do some testings... :)

About the serial port the only thing to interface a pic or any other circuit is a max232 or any other voltage adapter, depending on what the real circuits needs.

2009/9/15 santiago gonzalez <santigoro@gmail.com>

No... is not a rs232 comunication... no protocol... you can just set or clear a pin, just like an electric conection. It can work just like a wire.

2009/9/15 Alan Grimes <agrimes@speakeasy.net>

> I'm thinking in not simulate PIC but run the code in a real pic and
> conect it to a virtual circuit through parallel port. I did a try with a
> real pic managing a virtual led in kltechlab through serial port,
> working ok; but serial has just a few lines, with parallel i could
> interface two whole ports.

Obviously, with a serial port, you'll need a receiver/demultipelxer/UART
on the other end.


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