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1 Index: config/config-blackfin.in
2 ===================================================================
3 --- config/config-blackfin.in (revision 5006)
4 +++ config/config-blackfin.in (working copy)
5 @@ -116,6 +116,7 @@ bool 'Bluez-utils' CONFIG_USER_BLUEZ
6 if [ "$CONFIG_USER_BLUEZ" = "y" ]; then
7 define_bool CONFIG_LIB_BLUEZ y
8 fi
9 +bool 'picocom' CONFIG_USER_PICOCOM
10 endmenu
11
12
13
14 Property changes on: user/blkfin-apps/picocom
15 ___________________________________________________________________
16 Name: svn:ignore
17 + picocom
18
19
20 Index: user/blkfin-apps/picocom/picocom.8.ps
21 ===================================================================
22 --- user/blkfin-apps/picocom/picocom.8.ps (revision 0)
23 +++ user/blkfin-apps/picocom/picocom.8.ps (revision 0)
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603 Index: user/blkfin-apps/picocom/term.c
604 ===================================================================
605 --- user/blkfin-apps/picocom/term.c (revision 0)
606 +++ user/blkfin-apps/picocom/term.c (revision 0)
607 @@ -0,0 +1,1193 @@
608 +/* vi: set sw=4 ts=4:
609 + *
610 + * term.c
611 + *
612 + * General purpose terminal handling library.
613 + *
614 + * Nick Patavalis (npat@inaccessnetworks.com)
615 + *
616 + * originaly by Pantelis Antoniou (panto@intranet.gr), Nick Patavalis
617 + *
618 + * Documentation can be found in the header file "term.h".
619 + *
620 + * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
621 + * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
622 + * published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
623 + * License, or (at your option) any later version.
624 + *
625 + * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
626 + * WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
627 + * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
628 + * General Public License for more details.
629 + *
630 + * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
631 + * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
632 + * Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307
633 + * USA
634 + *
635 + * $Id$
636 + */
637 +
638 +#include <stdlib.h>
639 +#include <stdio.h>
640 +#include <string.h>
641 +#include <errno.h>
642 +#include <unistd.h>
643 +#ifdef __linux__
644 +#include <termio.h>
645 +#else
646 +#include <termios.h>
647 +#endif /* of __linux__ */
648 +
649 +#include "term.h"
650 +
651 +/***************************************************************************/
652 +
653 +static struct term_s {
654 + int init;
655 + int fd[MAX_TERMS];
656 + struct termios origtermios[MAX_TERMS];
657 + struct termios currtermios[MAX_TERMS];
658 + struct termios nexttermios[MAX_TERMS];
659 +} term;
660 +
661 +/***************************************************************************/
662 +
663 +int term_errno;
664 +
665 +static const char * const term_err_str[] = {
666 + [TERM_EOK] = "No error",
667 + [TERM_ENOINIT] = "Framework is uninitialized",
668 + [TERM_EFULL] = "Framework is full",
669 + [TERM_ENOTFOUND] = "Filedes not in the framework",
670 + [TERM_EEXISTS] = "Filedes already in the framework",
671 + [TERM_EATEXIT] = "Cannot install atexit handler",
672 + [TERM_EISATTY] = "Filedes is not a tty",
673 + [TERM_EFLUSH] = "Cannot flush the device",
674 + [TERM_EGETATTR] = "Cannot get the device attributes",
675 + [TERM_ESETATTR] = "Cannot set the device attributes",
676 + [TERM_EBAUD] = "Invalid baud rate",
677 + [TERM_ESETOSPEED] = "Cannot set the output speed",
678 + [TERM_ESETISPEED] = "Cannot set the input speed",
679 + [TERM_EPARITY] = "Invalid parity mode",
680 + [TERM_EDATABITS] = "Invalid number of databits",
681 + [TERM_EFLOW] = "Invalid flowcontrol mode",
682 + [TERM_EDTRDOWN] = "Cannot lower DTR",
683 + [TERM_EDTRUP] = "Cannot raise DTR",
684 + [TERM_EDRAIN] = "Cannot drain the device",
685 + [TERM_EBREAK] = "Cannot send break sequence"
686 +};
687 +
688 +static char term_err_buff[1024];
689 +
690 +const char *
691 +term_strerror (int terrnum, int errnum)
692 +{
693 + const char *rval;
694 +
695 + switch(terrnum) {
696 + case TERM_EFLUSH:
697 + case TERM_EGETATTR:
698 + case TERM_ESETATTR:
699 + case TERM_ESETOSPEED:
700 + case TERM_ESETISPEED:
701 + case TERM_EDRAIN:
702 + case TERM_EBREAK:
703 + snprintf(term_err_buff, sizeof(term_err_buff),
704 + "%s: %s", term_err_str[terrnum], strerror(errnum));
705 + rval = term_err_buff;
706 + break;
707 + case TERM_EOK:
708 + case TERM_ENOINIT:
709 + case TERM_EFULL:
710 + case TERM_ENOTFOUND:
711 + case TERM_EEXISTS:
712 + case TERM_EATEXIT:
713 + case TERM_EISATTY:
714 + case TERM_EBAUD:
715 + case TERM_EPARITY:
716 + case TERM_EDATABITS:
717 + case TERM_EFLOW:
718 + case TERM_EDTRDOWN:
719 + case TERM_EDTRUP:
720 + snprintf(term_err_buff, sizeof(term_err_buff),
721 + "%s", term_err_str[terrnum]);
722 + rval = term_err_buff;
723 + break;
724 + default:
725 + rval = NULL;
726 + break;
727 + }
728 +
729 + return rval;
730 +}
731 +
732 +int
733 +term_perror (const char *prefix)
734 +{
735 + return fprintf(stderr, "%s %s\n",
736 + prefix, term_strerror(term_errno, errno));
737 +}
738 +
739 +/***************************************************************************/
740 +
741 +static int
742 +term_find_next_free (void)
743 +{
744 + int rval, i;
745 +
746 + do { /* dummy */
747 + if ( ! term.init ) {
748 + term_errno = TERM_ENOINIT;
749 + rval = -1;
750 + break;
751 + }
752 +
753 + for (i = 0; i < MAX_TERMS; i++)
754 + if ( term.fd[i] == -1 ) break;
755 +
756 + if ( i == MAX_TERMS ) {
757 + term_errno = TERM_EFULL;
758 + rval = -1;
759 + break;
760 + }
761 +
762 + rval = i;
763 + } while (0);
764 +
765 + return rval;
766 +}
767 +
768 +/***************************************************************************/
769 +
770 +static int
771 +term_find (int fd)
772 +{
773 + int rval, i;
774 +
775 + do { /* dummy */
776 + if ( ! term.init ) {
777 + term_errno = TERM_ENOINIT;
778 + rval = -1;
779 + break;
780 + }
781 +
782 + for (i = 0; i < MAX_TERMS; i++)
783 + if (term.fd[i] == fd) break;
784 +
785 + if ( i == MAX_TERMS ) {
786 + term_errno = TERM_ENOTFOUND;
787 + rval = -1;
788 + break;
789 + }
790 +
791 + rval = i;
792 + } while (0);
793 +
794 + return rval;
795 +}
796 +
797 +/***************************************************************************/
798 +
799 +static void
800 +term_exitfunc (void)
801 +{
802 + int r, i;
803 +
804 + do { /* dummy */
805 + if ( ! term.init )
806 + break;
807 +
808 + for (i = 0; i < MAX_TERMS; i++) {
809 + if (term.fd[i] == -1)
810 + continue;
811 + do { /* dummy */
812 + r = tcflush(term.fd[i], TCIOFLUSH);
813 + if ( r < 0 ) break;
814 + r = tcsetattr(term.fd[i], TCSAFLUSH, &term.origtermios[i]);
815 + if ( r < 0 ) break;
816 + } while (0);
817 + if ( r < 0 ) {
818 + char *tname;
819 +
820 + tname = ttyname(term.fd[i]);
821 + if ( ! tname ) tname = "UNKNOWN";
822 + fprintf(stderr, "%s: reset failed for dev %s: %s\n",
823 + __FUNCTION__, tname, strerror(errno));
824 + }
825 + term.fd[i] = -1;
826 + }
827 + } while (0);
828 +}
829 +
830 +/***************************************************************************/
831 +
832 +int
833 +term_lib_init (void)
834 +{
835 + int rval, r, i;
836 +
837 + rval = 0;
838 +
839 + do { /* dummy */
840 + if ( term.init ) {
841 + /* reset all terms back to their original settings */
842 + for (i = 0; i < MAX_TERMS; i++) {
843 + if (term.fd[i] == -1)
844 + continue;
845 + do {
846 + r = tcflush(term.fd[i], TCIOFLUSH);
847 + if ( r < 0 ) break;
848 + r = tcsetattr(term.fd[i], TCSAFLUSH, &term.origtermios[i]);
849 + if ( r < 0 ) break;
850 + } while (0);
851 + if ( r < 0 ) {
852 + char *tname;
853 +
854 + tname = ttyname(term.fd[i]);
855 + if ( ! tname ) tname = "UNKNOWN";
856 + fprintf(stderr, "%s: reset failed for dev %s: %s\n",
857 + __FUNCTION__, tname, strerror(errno));
858 + }
859 + term.fd[i] = -1;
860 + }
861 + } else {
862 + /* initialize term structure. */
863 + for (i = 0; i < MAX_TERMS; i++)
864 + term.fd[i] = -1;
865 + if ( atexit(term_exitfunc) != 0 ) {
866 + term_errno = TERM_EATEXIT;
867 + rval = -1;
868 + break;
869 + }
870 + /* ok. term struct is now initialized. */
871 + term.init = 1;
872 + }
873 + } while(0);
874 +
875 + return rval;
876 +}
877 +
878 +/***************************************************************************/
879 +
880 +int
881 +term_add (int fd)
882 +{
883 + int rval, r, i;
884 +
885 + rval = 0;
886 +
887 + do { /* dummy */
888 + i = term_find(fd);
889 + if ( i >= 0 ) {
890 + term_errno = TERM_EEXISTS;
891 + rval = -1;
892 + break;
893 + }
894 +
895 + if ( ! isatty(fd) ) {
896 + term_errno = TERM_EISATTY;
897 + rval = -1;
898 + break;
899 + }
900 +
901 + i = term_find_next_free();
902 + if ( i < 0 ) {
903 + rval = -1;
904 + break;
905 + }
906 +
907 + r = tcgetattr(fd, &term.origtermios[i]);
908 + if ( r < 0 ) {
909 + term_errno = TERM_EGETATTR;
910 + rval = -1;
911 + break;
912 + }
913 +
914 + term.currtermios[i] = term.origtermios[i];
915 + term.nexttermios[i] = term.origtermios[i];
916 + term.fd[i] = fd;
917 + } while (0);
918 +
919 + return rval;
920 +}
921 +
922 +/***************************************************************************/
923 +
924 +int
925 +term_remove(int fd)
926 +{
927 + int rval, r, i;
928 +
929 + rval = 0;
930 +
931 + do { /* dummy */
932 + i = term_find(fd);
933 + if ( i < 0 ) {
934 + rval = -1;
935 + break;
936 + }
937 +
938 + do { /* dummy */
939 + r = tcflush(term.fd[i], TCIOFLUSH);
940 + if ( r < 0 ) {
941 + term_errno = TERM_EFLUSH;
942 + rval = -1;
943 + break;
944 + }
945 + r = tcsetattr(term.fd[i], TCSAFLUSH, &term.origtermios[i]);
946 + if ( r < 0 ) {
947 + term_errno = TERM_ESETATTR;
948 + rval = -1;
949 + break;
950 + }
951 + } while (0);
952 +
953 + term.fd[i] = -1;
954 + } while (0);
955 +
956 + return rval;
957 +}
958 +
959 +/***************************************************************************/
960 +
961 +int
962 +term_erase(int fd)
963 +{
964 + int rval, i;
965 +
966 + rval = 0;
967 +
968 + do { /* dummy */
969 + i = term_find(fd);
970 + if ( i < 0 ) {
971 + rval = -1;
972 + break;
973 + }
974 +
975 + term.fd[i] = -1;
976 + } while (0);
977 +
978 + return rval;
979 +}
980 +
981 +/***************************************************************************/
982 +
983 +int
984 +term_replace (int oldfd, int newfd)
985 +{
986 + int rval, r, i;
987 +
988 + rval = 0;
989 +
990 + do { /* dummy */
991 +
992 + i = term_find(oldfd);
993 + if ( i < 0 ) {
994 + rval = -1;
995 + break;
996 + }
997 +
998 + r = tcsetattr(newfd, TCSAFLUSH, &term.currtermios[i]);
999 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1000 + term_errno = TERM_ESETATTR;
1001 + rval = -1;
1002 + break;
1003 + }
1004 +
1005 + term.fd[i] = newfd;
1006 +
1007 + } while (0);
1008 +
1009 + return rval;
1010 +}
1011 +
1012 +/***************************************************************************/
1013 +
1014 +int
1015 +term_reset (int fd)
1016 +{
1017 + int rval, r, i;
1018 +
1019 + rval = 0;
1020 +
1021 + do { /* dummy */
1022 +
1023 + i = term_find(fd);
1024 + if ( i < 0 ) {
1025 + rval = -1;
1026 + break;
1027 + }
1028 +
1029 + r = tcflush(term.fd[i], TCIOFLUSH);
1030 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1031 + term_errno = TERM_EFLUSH;
1032 + rval = -1;
1033 + break;
1034 + }
1035 + r = tcsetattr(term.fd[i], TCSAFLUSH, &term.origtermios[i]);
1036 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1037 + term_errno = TERM_ESETATTR;
1038 + rval = -1;
1039 + break;
1040 + }
1041 +
1042 + term.currtermios[i] = term.origtermios[i];
1043 + term.nexttermios[i] = term.origtermios[i];
1044 + } while (0);
1045 +
1046 + return rval;
1047 +}
1048 +
1049 +/***************************************************************************/
1050 +
1051 +int
1052 +term_revert (int fd)
1053 +{
1054 + int rval, i;
1055 +
1056 + rval = 0;
1057 +
1058 + do { /* dummy */
1059 +
1060 + i = term_find(fd);
1061 + if ( i < 0 ) {
1062 + rval = -1;
1063 + break;
1064 + }
1065 +
1066 + term.nexttermios[i] = term.currtermios[i];
1067 +
1068 + } while (0);
1069 +
1070 + return rval;
1071 +}
1072 +
1073 +/***************************************************************************/
1074 +
1075 +int
1076 +term_refresh (int fd)
1077 +{
1078 + int rval, r, i;
1079 +
1080 + rval = 0;
1081 +
1082 + do { /* dummy */
1083 +
1084 + i = term_find(fd);
1085 + if ( i < 0 ) {
1086 + rval = -1;
1087 + break;
1088 + }
1089 +
1090 + r = tcgetattr(fd, &term.currtermios[i]);
1091 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1092 + term_errno = TERM_EGETATTR;
1093 + rval = -1;
1094 + break;
1095 + }
1096 +
1097 + } while (0);
1098 +
1099 + return rval;
1100 +}
1101 +
1102 +/***************************************************************************/
1103 +
1104 +int
1105 +term_apply (int fd)
1106 +{
1107 + int rval, r, i;
1108 +
1109 + rval = 0;
1110 +
1111 + do { /* dummy */
1112 +
1113 + i = term_find(fd);
1114 + if ( i < 0 ) {
1115 + rval = -1;
1116 + break;
1117 + }
1118 +
1119 + r = tcsetattr(term.fd[i], TCSAFLUSH, &term.nexttermios[i]);
1120 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1121 + term_errno = TERM_ESETATTR;
1122 + rval = -1;
1123 + break;
1124 + }
1125 +
1126 + term.currtermios[i] = term.nexttermios[i];
1127 +
1128 + } while (0);
1129 +
1130 + return rval;
1131 +}
1132 +
1133 +/***************************************************************************/
1134 +
1135 +int
1136 +term_set_raw (int fd)
1137 +{
1138 + int rval, i;
1139 +
1140 + rval = 0;
1141 +
1142 + do { /* dummy */
1143 +
1144 + i = term_find(fd);
1145 + if ( i < 0 ) {
1146 + rval = -1;
1147 + break;
1148 + }
1149 +
1150 + /* BSD raw mode */
1151 + cfmakeraw(&term.nexttermios[i]);
1152 + /* one byte at a time, no timer */
1153 + term.nexttermios[i].c_cc[VMIN] = 1;
1154 + term.nexttermios[i].c_cc[VTIME] = 0;
1155 +
1156 + } while (0);
1157 +
1158 + return rval;
1159 +}
1160 +
1161 +/***************************************************************************/
1162 +
1163 +int
1164 +term_set_baudrate (int fd, int baudrate)
1165 +{
1166 + int rval, r, i;
1167 + speed_t spd;
1168 + struct termios tio;
1169 +
1170 + rval = 0;
1171 +
1172 + do { /* dummy */
1173 +
1174 + i = term_find(fd);
1175 + if ( i < 0 ) {
1176 + rval = -1;
1177 + break;
1178 + }
1179 +
1180 + tio = term.nexttermios[i];
1181 +
1182 + switch (baudrate) {
1183 + case 0:
1184 + spd = B0;
1185 + break;
1186 + case 50:
1187 + spd = B50;
1188 + break;
1189 + case 75:
1190 + spd = B75;
1191 + break;
1192 + case 110:
1193 + spd = B110;
1194 + break;
1195 + case 134:
1196 + spd = B134;
1197 + break;
1198 + case 150:
1199 + spd = B150;
1200 + break;
1201 + case 200:
1202 + spd = B200;
1203 + break;
1204 + case 300:
1205 + spd = B300;
1206 + break;
1207 + case 600:
1208 + spd = B600;
1209 + break;
1210 + case 1200:
1211 + spd = B1200;
1212 + break;
1213 + case 1800:
1214 + spd = B1800;
1215 + break;
1216 + case 2400:
1217 + spd = B2400;
1218 + break;
1219 + case 4800:
1220 + spd = B4800;
1221 + break;
1222 + case 9600:
1223 + spd = B9600;
1224 + break;
1225 + case 19200:
1226 + spd = B19200;
1227 + break;
1228 + case 38400:
1229 + spd = B38400;
1230 + break;
1231 + case 57600:
1232 + spd = B57600;
1233 + break;
1234 + case 115200:
1235 + spd = B115200;
1236 + break;
1237 + case 230400:
1238 + spd = B230400;
1239 + break;
1240 + default:
1241 + term_errno = TERM_EBAUD;
1242 + rval = -1;
1243 + break;
1244 + }
1245 + if ( rval < 0 ) break;
1246 +
1247 + r = cfsetospeed(&tio, spd);
1248 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1249 + term_errno = TERM_ESETOSPEED;
1250 + rval = -1;
1251 + break;
1252 + }
1253 +
1254 + r = cfsetispeed(&tio, spd);
1255 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1256 + term_errno = TERM_ESETISPEED;
1257 + rval = -1;
1258 + break;
1259 + }
1260 +
1261 + term.nexttermios[i] = tio;
1262 +
1263 + } while (0);
1264 +
1265 + return rval;
1266 +}
1267 +
1268 +/***************************************************************************/
1269 +
1270 +int
1271 +term_set_parity (int fd, enum parity_e parity)
1272 +{
1273 + int rval, i;
1274 + struct termios *tiop;
1275 +
1276 + rval = 0;
1277 +
1278 + do { /* dummy */
1279 +
1280 + i = term_find(fd);
1281 + if ( i < 0 ) {
1282 + rval = -1;
1283 + break;
1284 + }
1285 +
1286 + tiop = &term.nexttermios[i];
1287 +
1288 + switch (parity) {
1289 + case P_EVEN:
1290 + tiop->c_cflag = (tiop->c_cflag & ~(PARENB | PARODD)) | PARENB;
1291 + break;
1292 + case P_ODD:
1293 + tiop->c_cflag = (tiop->c_cflag & ~(PARENB | PARODD)) | PARODD;
1294 + break;
1295 + case P_NONE:
1296 + tiop->c_cflag = (tiop->c_cflag & ~(PARENB | PARODD));
1297 + break;
1298 + default:
1299 + term_errno = TERM_EPARITY;
1300 + rval = -1;
1301 + break;
1302 + }
1303 + if ( rval < 0 ) break;
1304 +
1305 + } while (0);
1306 +
1307 + return rval;
1308 +}
1309 +
1310 +/***************************************************************************/
1311 +
1312 +int
1313 +term_set_databits (int fd, int databits)
1314 +{
1315 + int rval, i;
1316 + struct termios *tiop;
1317 +
1318 + rval = 0;
1319 +
1320 + do { /* dummy */
1321 +
1322 + i = term_find(fd);
1323 + if ( i < 0 ) {
1324 + rval = -1;
1325 + break;
1326 + }
1327 +
1328 + tiop = &term.nexttermios[i];
1329 +
1330 + switch (databits) {
1331 + case 5:
1332 + tiop->c_cflag = (tiop->c_cflag & ~CSIZE) | CS5;
1333 + break;
1334 + case 6:
1335 + tiop->c_cflag = (tiop->c_cflag & ~CSIZE) | CS6;
1336 + break;
1337 + case 7:
1338 + tiop->c_cflag = (tiop->c_cflag & ~CSIZE) | CS7;
1339 + break;
1340 + case 8:
1341 + tiop->c_cflag = (tiop->c_cflag & ~CSIZE) | CS8;
1342 + break;
1343 + default:
1344 + term_errno = TERM_EDATABITS;
1345 + rval = -1;
1346 + break;
1347 + }
1348 + if ( rval < 0 ) break;
1349 +
1350 + } while (0);
1351 +
1352 + return rval;
1353 +}
1354 +
1355 +/***************************************************************************/
1356 +
1357 +int
1358 +term_set_flowcntrl (int fd, enum flowcntrl_e flowcntl)
1359 +{
1360 + int rval, i;
1361 + struct termios *tiop;
1362 +
1363 + rval = 0;
1364 +
1365 + do { /* dummy */
1366 +
1367 + i = term_find(fd);
1368 + if ( i < 0 ) {
1369 + rval = -1;
1370 + break;
1371 + }
1372 +
1373 + tiop = &term.nexttermios[i];
1374 +
1375 + switch (flowcntl) {
1376 + case FC_RTSCTS:
1377 + tiop->c_cflag |= CRTSCTS;
1378 + tiop->c_iflag &= ~(IXON | IXOFF | IXANY);
1379 + break;
1380 + case FC_XONXOFF:
1381 + tiop->c_cflag &= ~(CRTSCTS);
1382 + tiop->c_iflag |= IXON | IXOFF;
1383 + break;
1384 + case FC_NONE:
1385 + tiop->c_cflag &= ~(CRTSCTS);
1386 + tiop->c_iflag &= ~(IXON | IXOFF | IXANY);
1387 + break;
1388 + default:
1389 + term_errno = TERM_EFLOW;
1390 + rval = -1;
1391 + break;
1392 + }
1393 + if ( rval < 0 ) break;
1394 +
1395 + } while (0);
1396 +
1397 + return rval;
1398 +}
1399 +
1400 +/***************************************************************************/
1401 +
1402 +int
1403 +term_set_local(int fd, int local)
1404 +{
1405 + int rval, i;
1406 + struct termios *tiop;
1407 +
1408 + rval = 0;
1409 +
1410 + do { /* dummy */
1411 +
1412 + i = term_find(fd);
1413 + if ( i < 0 ) {
1414 + rval = -1;
1415 + break;
1416 + }
1417 +
1418 + tiop = &term.nexttermios[i];
1419 +
1420 + if ( local )
1421 + tiop->c_cflag |= CLOCAL;
1422 + else
1423 + tiop->c_cflag &= ~CLOCAL;
1424 +
1425 + } while (0);
1426 +
1427 + return rval;
1428 +}
1429 +
1430 +/***************************************************************************/
1431 +
1432 +int
1433 +term_set_hupcl (int fd, int on)
1434 +{
1435 + int rval, i;
1436 + struct termios *tiop;
1437 +
1438 + rval = 0;
1439 +
1440 + do { /* dummy */
1441 +
1442 + i = term_find(fd);
1443 + if ( i < 0 ) {
1444 + rval = -1;
1445 + break;
1446 + }
1447 +
1448 + tiop = &term.nexttermios[i];
1449 +
1450 + if ( on )
1451 + tiop->c_cflag |= HUPCL;
1452 + else
1453 + tiop->c_cflag &= ~HUPCL;
1454 +
1455 + } while (0);
1456 +
1457 + return rval;
1458 +}
1459 +
1460 +/***************************************************************************/
1461 +
1462 +int
1463 +term_set(int fd,
1464 + int raw,
1465 + int baud, enum parity_e parity, int bits, enum flowcntrl_e fc,
1466 + int local, int hup_close)
1467 +{
1468 + int rval, r, i, ni;
1469 + struct termios tio;
1470 +
1471 + rval = 0;
1472 +
1473 + do { /* dummy */
1474 +
1475 + i = term_find(fd);
1476 + if ( i < 0 ) {
1477 + ni = term_add(fd);
1478 + if ( ni < 0 ) {
1479 + rval = -1;
1480 + break;
1481 + }
1482 + } else {
1483 + ni = i;
1484 + }
1485 +
1486 + tio = term.nexttermios[ni];
1487 +
1488 + do { /* dummy */
1489 +
1490 + if (raw) {
1491 + r = term_set_raw(fd);
1492 + if ( r < 0 ) { rval = -1; break; }
1493 + }
1494 +
1495 + r = term_set_baudrate(fd, baud);
1496 + if ( r < 0 ) { rval = -1; break; }
1497 +
1498 + r = term_set_parity(fd, parity);
1499 + if ( r < 0 ) { rval = -1; break; }
1500 +
1501 + r = term_set_databits(fd, bits);
1502 + if ( r < 0 ) { rval = -1; break; }
1503 +
1504 + r = term_set_flowcntrl(fd, fc);
1505 + if ( r < 0 ) { rval = -1; break; }
1506 +
1507 + r = term_set_local(fd, local);
1508 + if ( r < 0 ) { rval = -1; break; }
1509 +
1510 + r = term_set_hupcl(fd, hup_close);
1511 + if ( r < 0 ) { rval = -1; break; }
1512 +
1513 + } while (0);
1514 +
1515 + if ( rval < 0 ) {
1516 + if ( i < 0 )
1517 + /* new addition. must be removed */
1518 + term.fd[ni] = -1;
1519 + else
1520 + /* just revert to previous settings */
1521 + term.nexttermios[ni] = tio;
1522 + }
1523 +
1524 + } while (0);
1525 +
1526 + return rval;
1527 +}
1528 +
1529 +/***************************************************************************/
1530 +
1531 +int
1532 +term_pulse_dtr (int fd)
1533 +{
1534 + int rval, r, i;
1535 +
1536 + rval = 0;
1537 +
1538 + do { /* dummy */
1539 +
1540 + i = term_find(fd);
1541 + if ( i < 0 ) {
1542 + rval = -1;
1543 + break;
1544 + }
1545 +
1546 +#ifdef __linux__
1547 + {
1548 + int opins = TIOCM_DTR;
1549 +
1550 + r = ioctl(fd, TIOCMBIC, &opins);
1551 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1552 + term_errno = TERM_EDTRDOWN;
1553 + rval = -1;
1554 + break;
1555 + }
1556 +
1557 + sleep(1);
1558 +
1559 + r = ioctl(fd, TIOCMBIS, &opins);
1560 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1561 + term_errno = TERM_EDTRUP;
1562 + rval = -1;
1563 + break;
1564 + }
1565 + }
1566 +#else
1567 + {
1568 + struct termios tio, tioold;
1569 +
1570 + r = tcgetattr(fd, &tio);
1571 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1572 + term_errno = TERM_ESETATTR;
1573 + rval = -1;
1574 + break;
1575 + }
1576 +
1577 + tioold = tio;
1578 +
1579 + cfsetospeed(&tio, B0);
1580 + cfsetispeed(&tio, B0);
1581 + r = tcsetattr(fd, TCSANOW, &tio);
1582 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1583 + term_errno = TERM_ESETATTR;
1584 + rval = -1;
1585 + break;
1586 + }
1587 +
1588 + sleep(1);
1589 +
1590 + r = tcsetattr(fd, TCSANOW, &tioold);
1591 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1592 + term.currtermios[i] = tio;
1593 + term_errno = TERM_ESETATTR;
1594 + rval = -1;
1595 + break;
1596 + }
1597 + }
1598 +#endif /* of __linux__ */
1599 +
1600 + } while (0);
1601 +
1602 + return rval;
1603 +}
1604 +
1605 +/***************************************************************************/
1606 +
1607 +int
1608 +term_raise_dtr(int fd)
1609 +{
1610 + int rval, r, i;
1611 +
1612 + rval = 0;
1613 +
1614 + do { /* dummy */
1615 +
1616 + i = term_find(fd);
1617 + if ( i < 0 ) {
1618 + rval = -1;
1619 + break;
1620 + }
1621 +
1622 +#ifdef __linux__
1623 + {
1624 + int opins = TIOCM_DTR;
1625 +
1626 + r = ioctl(fd, TIOCMBIS, &opins);
1627 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1628 + term_errno = TERM_EDTRUP;
1629 + rval = -1;
1630 + break;
1631 + }
1632 + }
1633 +#else
1634 + r = tcsetattr(fd, TCSANOW, &term.currtermios[i]);
1635 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1636 + /* FIXME: perhaps try to update currtermios */
1637 + term_errno = TERM_ESETATTR;
1638 + rval = -1;
1639 + break;
1640 + }
1641 +#endif /* of __linux__ */
1642 + } while (0);
1643 +
1644 + return rval;
1645 +}
1646 +
1647 +/***************************************************************************/
1648 +\f
1649 +
1650 +int
1651 +term_lower_dtr(int fd)
1652 +{
1653 + int rval, r, i;
1654 +
1655 + rval = 0;
1656 +
1657 + do { /* dummy */
1658 +
1659 + i = term_find(fd);
1660 + if ( i < 0 ) {
1661 + rval = -1;
1662 + break;
1663 + }
1664 +
1665 +#ifdef __linux__
1666 + {
1667 + int opins = TIOCM_DTR;
1668 +
1669 + r = ioctl(fd, TIOCMBIC, &opins);
1670 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1671 + term_errno = TERM_EDTRDOWN;
1672 + rval = -1;
1673 + break;
1674 + }
1675 + }
1676 +#else
1677 + {
1678 + struct termios tio;
1679 +
1680 + r = tcgetattr(fd, &tio);
1681 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1682 + term_errno = TERM_EGETATTR;
1683 + rval = -1;
1684 + break;
1685 + }
1686 + term.currtermios[i] = tio;
1687 +
1688 + cfsetospeed(&tio, B0);
1689 + cfsetispeed(&tio, B0);
1690 +
1691 + r = tcsetattr(fd, TCSANOW, &tio);
1692 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1693 + term_errno = TERM_ESETATTR;
1694 + rval = -1;
1695 + break;
1696 + }
1697 + }
1698 +#endif /* of __linux__ */
1699 + } while (0);
1700 +
1701 + return rval;
1702 +}
1703 +
1704 +/***************************************************************************/
1705 +
1706 +int
1707 +term_drain(int fd)
1708 +{
1709 + int rval, r;
1710 +
1711 + rval = 0;
1712 +
1713 + do { /* dummy */
1714 +
1715 + r = term_find(fd);
1716 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1717 + rval = -1;
1718 + break;
1719 + }
1720 +
1721 + do {
1722 + r = tcdrain(fd);
1723 + } while ( r < 0 && errno == EINTR);
1724 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1725 + term_errno = TERM_EDRAIN;
1726 + rval = -1;
1727 + break;
1728 + }
1729 +
1730 + } while (0);
1731 +
1732 + return rval;
1733 +}
1734 +
1735 +/***************************************************************************/
1736 +
1737 +int
1738 +term_flush(int fd)
1739 +{
1740 + int rval, r;
1741 +
1742 + rval = 0;
1743 +
1744 + do { /* dummy */
1745 +
1746 + r = term_find(fd);
1747 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1748 + rval = -1;
1749 + break;
1750 + }
1751 +
1752 + r = tcflush(fd, TCIOFLUSH);
1753 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1754 + rval = -1;
1755 + break;
1756 + }
1757 +
1758 + } while (0);
1759 +
1760 + return rval;
1761 +}
1762 +
1763 +/***************************************************************************/
1764 +
1765 +int
1766 +term_break(int fd)
1767 +{
1768 + int rval, r;
1769 +
1770 + rval = 0;
1771 +
1772 + do { /* dummy */
1773 +
1774 + r = term_find(fd);
1775 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1776 + rval = -1;
1777 + break;
1778 + }
1779 +
1780 + r = tcsendbreak(fd, 0);
1781 + if ( r < 0 ) {
1782 + term_errno = TERM_EBREAK;
1783 + rval = -1;
1784 + break;
1785 + }
1786 +
1787 + } while (0);
1788 +
1789 + return rval;
1790 +}
1791 +
1792 +/**************************************************************************/
1793 +
1794 +/*
1795 + * Local Variables:
1796 + * mode:c
1797 + * tab-width: 4
1798 + * c-basic-offset: 4
1799 + * End:
1800 + */
1801 Index: user/blkfin-apps/picocom/pcasc
1802 ===================================================================
1803 --- user/blkfin-apps/picocom/pcasc (revision 0)
1804 +++ user/blkfin-apps/picocom/pcasc (revision 0)
1805 @@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
1806 +#!/bin/sh
1807 +exec picocom \
1808 + --send-cmd="ascii-xfr -sv -l5" \
1809 + --receive-cmd="ascii-xfr -rv" "$@"
1810 Index: user/blkfin-apps/picocom/CONTRIBUTORS
1811 ===================================================================
1812 --- user/blkfin-apps/picocom/CONTRIBUTORS (revision 0)
1813 +++ user/blkfin-apps/picocom/CONTRIBUTORS (revision 0)
1814 @@ -0,0 +1,11 @@
1815 +
1816 +The following people contributed suggestions, comments, and fixes:
1817 +
1818 +- Oliver Kurth (oku@debian.org) contributed bug fixes and the manual
1819 + page for picocm.
1820 +
1821 +- Julius P. Malkiewicz (julius@sonartech.com.au) contributed FreeBSD
1822 + portablity fixes, the C-\ command implementation, the UUCP locks
1823 + implementation, and other minor fixes
1824 +
1825 +
1826 Index: user/blkfin-apps/picocom/README
1827 ===================================================================
1828 --- user/blkfin-apps/picocom/README (revision 0)
1829 +++ user/blkfin-apps/picocom/README (revision 0)
1830 @@ -0,0 +1,37 @@
1831 +
1832 +picocom
1833 +
1834 +by Nick Patavalis (npat@efault.net)
1835 +
1836 +As its name suggests, [picocom] is a minimal dumb-terminal emulation
1837 +program. It is, in principle, very much like minicom, only it's "pico"
1838 +instead of "mini"! It was designed to serve as a simple, manual, modem
1839 +configuration, testing, and debugging tool. It has also served (quite
1840 +well) as a low-tech "terminal-window" to allow operator intervention
1841 +in PPP connection scripts (something like the ms-windows "open
1842 +terminal window before / after dialing" feature). It could also prove
1843 +useful in many other similar tasks. It is ideal for embedded systems
1844 +since its memory footprint is minimal (less than 20K, when
1845 +stripped). Apart from being a handy little tool, [picocom] source
1846 +distribution includes a simple, easy to use, and thoroughly documented
1847 +terminal-management library, which could serve other projects as
1848 +well. This library hides the termios(3) calls, and provides a less
1849 +complex and safer (though certainly less feature-rich)
1850 +interface. [picocom] runs on Linux, and with minor modifications it
1851 +could run on any Unix system with the termios(3) library.
1852 +
1853 +For a description of picocom's operation, its command line options,
1854 +and usage examples, see the manual page included in the source
1855 +distribution as "picocom.8", and also html-ized as "picocom.8.html".
1856 +
1857 +People who have contibuted to picocom, by offering feature
1858 +implementations, bug-fixes, corrections, and suggestions are listed in
1859 +the "CONTRIBUTORS" file.
1860 +
1861 +The latest version of "picocom" can be downloaded from:
1862 +
1863 + http://efault.net/npat/hacks/picocom/
1864 +
1865 +Please feel free to send comments, requests for new features (no
1866 +promisses, though!), bug-fixes and rants, to the author's email
1867 +address shown at the top of this file.
1868 Index: user/blkfin-apps/picocom/term.h
1869 ===================================================================
1870 --- user/blkfin-apps/picocom/term.h (revision 0)
1871 +++ user/blkfin-apps/picocom/term.h (revision 0)
1872 @@ -0,0 +1,543 @@
1873 +/* vi: set sw=4 ts=4:
1874 + *
1875 + * term.h
1876 + *
1877 + * Simple terminal management library. Wraps termios(3), and
1878 + * simplifies the logistics required for the reliable management and
1879 + * control of terminals.
1880 + *
1881 + * Principles of operation:
1882 + *
1883 + * After the library is initialized one or more file-descriptors, can
1884 + * be added to (and latter removed from) the list managed by the
1885 + * library (framework). These file descriptos must be opened on
1886 + * terminal devices. For every fd, the original settings of the
1887 + * associated terminal device are saved by the library. These settings
1888 + * are restored when the fd is removed from the framework, or at
1889 + * porgram termination [by means of an atexit(3) handler installed by
1890 + * the library], or at user request. The library maintains three
1891 + * structures for every fd in the framework: The original settings
1892 + * structure ("origtermios"), keeping the setings of the terminal
1893 + * device when the respective filedes was added to the framework. The
1894 + * current settings structure ("currtermios"), keeping the current
1895 + * setings of the associated terminal device; and the next settings
1896 + * structure ("nexttermios") which keeps settings to be applied to the
1897 + * associated terminal device at a latter time, upon user request.
1898 + * The "term_set_*" functions can be used to modify the device
1899 + * settings stored in the nexttermios structure. Using functions
1900 + * provided by the library the user can: Apply the nexttermios
1901 + * settings to the device. Revert all changes made on nexttermios by
1902 + * copying the currtermios structure to nexttermios. Reset the device,
1903 + * by configuring it to the original settings, and copying origtermios
1904 + * to currtermios and nexttermios. Refresh the device by rereading the
1905 + * current settings from it and updating currtermios (to catch up with
1906 + * changes made to the device by means outside of this framework).
1907 + *
1908 + * Interface summary:
1909 + *
1910 + * F term_lib_init - library initialization
1911 + * F term_add - add a filedes to the framework
1912 + * F term_remove - remove a filedes from the framework
1913 + * F term_erase - remove a filedes from the framework without reset
1914 + * F term_replace - replace a fd w/o affecting the settings stuctures
1915 + * F term_reset - revert a device to the settings in "origtermios"
1916 + * F term_apply - configure a device to the settings in "nexttermios"
1917 + * F term_revert - discard "nexttermios" by copying-over "currtermios"
1918 + * F term_refresh - update "currtermios" from the device
1919 + * F term_set_raw - set "nexttermios" to raw mode
1920 + * F term_set_baudrate - set the baudrate in "nexttermios"
1921 + * F term_set_parity - set the parity mode in "nexttermios"
1922 + * F term_set_databits - set the databits in "nexttermios"
1923 + * F term_set_flowcntrl - set the flowcntl mode in "nexttermios"
1924 + * F term_set_hupcl - enable or disable hupcl in "nexttermios"
1925 + * F term_set_local - set "nexttermios" to local or non-local mode
1926 + * F term_set - set all params of "nexttermios" in a single stroke
1927 + * F term_pulse_dtr - pulse the DTR line a device
1928 + * F term_lower_dtr - lower the DTR line of a device
1929 + * F term_raise_dtr - raise the DTR line of a device
1930 + * F term_drain - drain the output from the terminal buffer
1931 + * F term_flush - discard terminal input and output queue contents
1932 + * F term_break - generate a break condition on a device
1933 + * F term_strerror - return a string describing current error condition
1934 + * F term_perror - print a string describing the current error condition
1935 + * G term_errno - current error condition of the library
1936 + * E term_errno_e - error condition codes
1937 + * E parity_t - library supported parity types
1938 + * E flocntrl_t - library supported folw-control modes
1939 + * M MAX_TERM - maximum number of fds that can be managed
1940 + *
1941 + * by Nick Patavalis (npat@inaccessnetworks.com)
1942 + *
1943 + * originaly by Pantelis Antoniou (panto@intranet.gr), Nick Patavalis
1944 + *
1945 + * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
1946 + * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
1947 + * published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
1948 + * License, or (at your option) any later version.
1949 + *
1950 + * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
1951 + * WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
1952 + * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
1953 + * General Public License for more details.
1954 + *
1955 + * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
1956 + * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
1957 + * Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307
1958 + * USA
1959 + *
1960 + * $Id: term.h,v 1.1 2003/05/07 18:00:05 npat Exp $
1961 + */
1962 +
1963 +
1964 +#ifndef TERM_H
1965 +#define TERM_H
1966 +
1967 +/* M MAX_TERMS
1968 + *
1969 + * Maximum nuber of terminals that can be managed by the library. Keep
1970 + * relatively low, since linear searches are used. Reasonable values
1971 + * would be: 16, 32, 64, etc.
1972 + */
1973 +#define MAX_TERMS 16
1974 +
1975 +/*
1976 + * E term_errno_e
1977 + *
1978 + * Library error-condition codes. These marked with "see errno"
1979 + * correspond to system errors, so it makes sense to also check the
1980 + * system's error-condition code (errno) in order to fully determine
1981 + * what went wrong.
1982 + *
1983 + * See the error strings in "term.c" for a description of each.
1984 + */
1985 +enum term_errno_e {
1986 + TERM_EOK = 0,
1987 + TERM_ENOINIT,
1988 + TERM_EFULL,
1989 + TERM_ENOTFOUND,
1990 + TERM_EEXISTS,
1991 + TERM_EATEXIT,
1992 + TERM_EISATTY,
1993 + TERM_EFLUSH, /* see errno */
1994 + TERM_EGETATTR, /* see errno */
1995 + TERM_ESETATTR, /* see errno */
1996 + TERM_EBAUD,
1997 + TERM_ESETOSPEED,
1998 + TERM_ESETISPEED,
1999 + TERM_EPARITY,
2000 + TERM_EDATABITS,
2001 + TERM_EFLOW,
2002 + TERM_EDTRDOWN,
2003 + TERM_EDTRUP,
2004 + TERM_EDRAIN, /* see errno */
2005 + TERM_EBREAK
2006 +};
2007 +
2008 +/* E parity_e
2009 + *
2010 + * Parity modes supported by the library:
2011 + *
2012 + * P_NONE - no patiry
2013 + * P_EVEN - even parity
2014 + * P_ODD - odd parity
2015 + */
2016 +enum parity_e {
2017 + P_NONE,
2018 + P_EVEN,
2019 + P_ODD
2020 +};
2021 +
2022 +/*
2023 + * E flowcntrl_e
2024 + *
2025 + * Flow control modes, supported by the library.
2026 + *
2027 + * FC_NONE - no flow control
2028 + * FC_RTSCTS - RTS/CTS handshaking, also known as hardware
2029 + * flow-control.
2030 + * FC_XONXOFF - xon/xoff flow control.
2031 + */
2032 +enum flowcntrl_e {
2033 + FC_NONE,
2034 + FC_RTSCTS,
2035 + FC_XONXOFF
2036 +};
2037 +
2038 +/***************************************************************************/
2039 +
2040 +/*
2041 + * G term_errno
2042 + *
2043 + * Keeps the current library error-condtion code
2044 + */
2045 +extern int term_errno;
2046 +
2047 +/***************************************************************************/
2048 +
2049 +/*
2050 + * F term_strerror
2051 + *
2052 + * Return a string descibing the current library error condition. If
2053 + * the error condition reflects a system error, then the respective
2054 + * system-error description is appended at the end of the returned
2055 + * string. The returned string points to a statically allocated buffer
2056 + * that is overwritten with every call to term_strerror()
2057 + *
2058 + * Returns a string describing the current library (and possibly
2059 + * system) error condition.
2060 + */
2061 +const char *term_strerror (int terrnum, int errnum);
2062 +
2063 +/*
2064 + * F term_perror
2065 + *
2066 + * Emit a description of the current library (and possibly system)
2067 + * error condition to the standard-error stream. The description is
2068 + * prefixed by a user-supplied string. What is actually emmited is:
2069 + *
2070 + * <prefix><space><description>\n
2071 + *
2072 + * The description emitted is the string returned by term_strerror().
2073 + *
2074 + * Returns the number of characters emmited to the standard-error
2075 + * stream or a neagative on failure.
2076 + */
2077 +int term_perror (const char *prefix);
2078 +
2079 +/* F term_lib_init
2080 + *
2081 + * Initialize the library
2082 + *
2083 + * Initialize the library. This function must be called before any
2084 + * attemt to use the library. If this function is called and the
2085 + * library is already initialized, all terminals associated with the
2086 + * file-descriptors in the framework will be reset to their original
2087 + * settings, and the file-descriptors will be removed from the
2088 + * framework. An atexit(3) handler is installed by the library which
2089 + * resets and removes all managed terminals.
2090 + *
2091 + * Returns negative on failure, non-negative on success. This function
2092 + * will only fail if the atexit(3) handler cannot be
2093 + * installed. Failure to reset a terminal to the original settings is
2094 + * not considered an error.
2095 + */
2096 +int term_lib_init (void);
2097 +
2098 +/* F term_add
2099 + *
2100 + * Add the filedes "fd" to the framework. The filedes must be opened
2101 + * on a terminal device or else the addition will fail. The settings
2102 + * of the terminal device associated with the filedes are read and
2103 + * stored in the origtermios structure.
2104 + *
2105 + * Returns negative on failure, non-negative on success.
2106 + */
2107 +int term_add (int fd);
2108 +
2109 +/* F term_remove
2110 + *
2111 + * Remove the filedes "fd" from the framework. The device associated
2112 + * with the filedes is reset to its original settings (those it had
2113 + * when it was added to the framework)
2114 + *
2115 + * Return negative on failure, non-negative on success. The filedes is
2116 + * always removed form the framework even if this function returns
2117 + * failure, indicating that the device reset failed.
2118 + */
2119 +int term_remove (int fd);
2120 +
2121 +/* F term_erase
2122 + *
2123 + * Remove the filedes "fd" from the framework. The device associated
2124 + * with the filedes is *not* reset to its original settings.
2125 + *
2126 + * Return negative on failure, non-negative on success. The only
2127 + * reason for failure is the filedes not to be found.
2128 + */
2129 +int term_erase (int fd);
2130 +
2131 +/* F term_replace
2132 + *
2133 + * Replace a managed filedes without affecting the associated settings
2134 + * structures. The "newfd" takes the place of "oldfd". "oldfd" is
2135 + * removed from the framework without the associated device beign
2136 + * reset (it is most-likely no longer connected to a device anyway,
2137 + * and reset would fail). The device associated with "newfd" is
2138 + * configured with "oldfd"s current settings.
2139 + *
2140 + * Returns negative on failure, non-negative on success. In case of
2141 + * failure "oldfd" is not removed from the framework, and no
2142 + * replacement takes place.
2143 + *
2144 + * The usual reason to replace the filedes of a managed terminal is
2145 + * because the device was closed and re-opened. This function gives
2146 + * you a way to do transparent "open"s and "close"s: Before you close
2147 + * a device, it has certain settings managed by the library. When you
2148 + * close it and then re-open it many of these settings are lost, since
2149 + * the device reverts to system-default settings. By calling movefd,
2150 + * you conceptually _maintain_ the old (pre-close) settings to the new
2151 + * (post-open) filedes.
2152 + */
2153 +int term_replace (int oldfd, int newfd);
2154 +
2155 +/*
2156 + * F term_apply
2157 + *
2158 + * Applies the settings stored in the nexttermios structure associated
2159 + * with the managed filedes "fd", to the respective terminal device.
2160 + * It then copies nexttermios to currtermios.
2161 + *
2162 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success. In case of
2163 + * failure the currtermios structure is not affected.
2164 + */
2165 +int term_apply (int fd);
2166 +
2167 +/*
2168 + * F term_revert
2169 + *
2170 + * Discards all the changes made to the nexttermios structure
2171 + * associated with the managed filedes "fd" that have not been applied
2172 + * to the device. It does this by copying currtermios to nexttermios.
2173 + *
2174 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success. Returns
2175 + * failure only to indicate invalid arguments, so the return value can
2176 + * be safely ignored.
2177 + */
2178 +int term_revert (int fd);
2179 +
2180 +/* F term_reset
2181 + *
2182 + * Reset the terminal device associated with the managed filedes "fd"
2183 + * to its "original" settings. This function applies the settings in
2184 + * the "origtermios" structure to the actual device. It also discards
2185 + * the settings in the "currtermios" and "nexttermios" stuctures by
2186 + * making them equal to "origtermios".
2187 + *
2188 + * Returns negative on failure, non-negative of success. On failure
2189 + * the the "origtermios", "currtermios", and "nexttermios" stuctures
2190 + * associated with the filedes remain unaffected.
2191 + */
2192 +int term_reset (int fd);
2193 +
2194 +/*
2195 + * F term_refresh
2196 + *
2197 + * Updates the contents of the currtermios structure associated with
2198 + * the managed filedes "fd", by reading the settings from the
2199 + * respective terminal device.
2200 + *
2201 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success. On failure
2202 + * the currtermios structure remains unaffected.
2203 + */
2204 +int term_refresh (int fd);
2205 +
2206 +/* F term_set_raw
2207 + *
2208 + * Sets the "nexttermios" structure associated with the managed
2209 + * filedes "fd" to raw mode. The effective settings of the device are
2210 + * not affected by this function.
2211 + *
2212 + * Returns negative on failure, non-negative on success. Returns
2213 + * failure only to indicate invalid arguments, so the return value can
2214 + * be safely ignored.
2215 + *
2216 + * When in raw mode, no characters are processed by the terminal
2217 + * driver and there is no line-discipline or buffering. More
2218 + * technically setting to raw mode means, affecting the following
2219 + * terminal settings as indicated:
2220 + *
2221 + * -ignbrk -brkint -parmrk -istrip -inlcr -igncr -icrnl -ixon
2222 + * -opost -echo -echonl -icannon -isig -iexten -csize -parenb
2223 + * cs8 min=1 time=0
2224 + */
2225 +int term_set_raw (int fd);
2226 +
2227 +/* F term_set_baudrate
2228 + *
2229 + * Sets the baudrate in the "nexttermios" structure associated with
2230 + * the managed filedes "fd" to "baudrate". The effective settings of
2231 + * the device are not affected by this function.
2232 + *
2233 + * Supported baudrates: 0, 50, 75, 110, 134, 150, 200, 300, 600, 1200,
2234 + * 1800, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, 230400
2235 + *
2236 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success. Returns
2237 + * failure only to indicate invalid arguments, so the return value can
2238 + * be safely ignored.
2239 + */
2240 +int term_set_baudrate (int fd, int baudrate);
2241 +
2242 +/* F term_set_parity
2243 + *
2244 + * Sets the parity mode in the "nexttermios" structure associated with
2245 + * the managed filedes "fd" to "parity". The effective settings of the
2246 + * device are not affected by this function.
2247 + *
2248 + * Supported parity modes are: p_even, p_odd, p_none.
2249 + *
2250 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success. Returns
2251 + * failure only to indicate invalid arguments, so the return value can
2252 + * be safely ignored.
2253 + */
2254 +int term_set_parity (int fd, enum parity_e parity);
2255 +
2256 +/* F term_set_databits
2257 + *
2258 + * Sets the databits number in the "nexttermios" structure associated
2259 + * with the managed filedes "fd" to "databits". The effective settings
2260 + * of the device are not affected by this function.
2261 + *
2262 + * 5, 6, 7, and 8 databits are supported by the library.
2263 + *
2264 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success. Returns
2265 + * failure only to indicate invalid arguments, so the return value can
2266 + * be safely ignored.
2267 + */
2268 +int term_set_databits (int fd, int databits);
2269 +
2270 +/* F term_set_flowcntrl
2271 + *
2272 + * Sets the folwcontrol mode in the "nexttermios" structure associated
2273 + * with the managed filedes "fd" to "flowcntl". The effective settings
2274 + * of the device are not affected by this function.
2275 + *
2276 + * The following flow control modes are supportd by the library:
2277 + * FC_NONE, FC_RTSCTS, FC_XONXOFF.
2278 + *
2279 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success. Returns
2280 + * failure only to indicate invalid arguments, so the return value can
2281 + * be safely ignored.
2282 + */
2283 +int term_set_flowcntrl (int fd, enum flowcntrl_e flowcntl);
2284 +
2285 +/* F term_set_hupcl
2286 + *
2287 + * Enables ("on" = nonzero) or disables ("on" = zero) the
2288 + * "HUP-on-close" setting in the "nexttermios" structure associated
2289 + * with the managed filedes "fd". The effective settings of the device
2290 + * are not affected by this function.
2291 + *
2292 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success. Returns
2293 + * failure only to indicate invalid arguments, so the return value can
2294 + * be safely ignored.
2295 + */
2296 +int term_set_hupcl (int fd, int on);
2297 +
2298 +/* F term_set_local.
2299 + *
2300 + * Enables ("local" = nonzero) or disables ("local" = zero) the
2301 + * "local-mode" setting in the "nexttermios" structure associated with
2302 + * the managed filedes "fd". The effective settings of the device are
2303 + * not affected by this function.
2304 + *
2305 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success. Returns
2306 + * failure only to indicate invalid arguments, so the return value can
2307 + * be safely ignored.
2308 + */
2309 +int term_set_local (int fd, int local);
2310 +
2311 +/* F temr_set
2312 + *
2313 + * Sets most of the parameters in the "nexttermios" structure
2314 + * associated with the managed filedes "fd". Actually sets the
2315 + * following:
2316 + *
2317 + * Raw mode if "raw" is nonzero.
2318 + * Baudrate to "baud".
2319 + * Parity mode to "parity".
2320 + * Flow control mode to "fc".
2321 + * Enables local mode if "local" is nonzero, dis. otherwise.
2322 + * Enables HUP-on-close if "hupcl" is nonzero, dis. otherwise
2323 + *
2324 + * The effective settings of the device are not affected by this
2325 + * function. Additionally if the filedes "fd" is not managed, it is
2326 + * added to the framework.
2327 + *
2328 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success. On failure
2329 + * none of the settings of "nexttermios" is affected. *If* the filedes
2330 + * "fd" is already in the framework, then the function returns failure
2331 + * only to indicate invalid arguments, so, in this case, the return
2332 + * value can be safely ignored. If the function successfully adds the
2333 + * filedes to the framework, and following this it fails, then it will
2334 + * remove the filedes before returning.
2335 + */
2336 +int term_set (int fd,
2337 + int raw,
2338 + int baud,
2339 + enum parity_e parity, int bits, enum flowcntrl_e fc,
2340 + int local, int hupcl);
2341 +
2342 +/* F term_pulse_dtr
2343 + *
2344 + * Pulses the DTR line of the device associated with the managed
2345 + * filedes "fd". The DTR line is lowered for 1sec and then raised
2346 + * again.
2347 + *
2348 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success.
2349 + */
2350 +int term_pulse_dtr (int fd);
2351 +
2352 +/* F term_lower_dtr
2353 + *
2354 + * Lowers the DTR line of the device associated with the managed
2355 + * filedes "fd".
2356 + *
2357 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success.
2358 + */
2359 +int term_lower_dtr (int fd);
2360 +
2361 +/* F term_raise_dtr
2362 + *
2363 + * Raises the DTR line of the device associated with the managed
2364 + * filedes "fd".
2365 + *
2366 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success.
2367 + */
2368 +int term_raise_dtr (int fd);
2369 +
2370 +/* F term_drain
2371 + *
2372 + * Drains (flushes) the output queue of the device associated with the
2373 + * managed filedes "fd". This functions blocks until all the contents
2374 + * of output queue have been transmited.
2375 + *
2376 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success.
2377 + */
2378 +int term_drain (int fd);
2379 +
2380 +/* F term_flush
2381 + *
2382 + * Discards all the contents of the input AND output queues of the
2383 + * device associated with the managed filedes "fd". Although it is
2384 + * called flush this functions does NOT FLUSHES the terminal
2385 + * queues. It just DISCARDS their contents. The name has stuck from
2386 + * the POSIX terminal call: "tcflush".
2387 + *
2388 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success.
2389 + */
2390 +int term_flush (int fd);
2391 +
2392 +/* F term_break
2393 + *
2394 + * This function generates a break condition on the device associated
2395 + * with the managed filedes "fd", by transmiting a stream of
2396 + * zero-bits. The stream of zero-bits has a duriation typically
2397 + * between 0.25 and 0.5 seconds.
2398 + *
2399 + * Returns negative on failure, non negative on success.
2400 + */
2401 +int term_break(int fd);
2402 +
2403 +/***************************************************************************/
2404 +
2405 +#endif /* of TERM_H */
2406 +
2407 +/***************************************************************************/
2408 +
2409 +/*
2410 + * Local Variables:
2411 + * mode:c
2412 + * tab-width: 4
2413 + * c-basic-offset: 4
2414 + * End:
2415 + */
2416 Index: user/blkfin-apps/picocom/picocom.8.xml
2417 ===================================================================
2418 --- user/blkfin-apps/picocom/picocom.8.xml (revision 0)
2419 +++ user/blkfin-apps/picocom/picocom.8.xml (revision 0)
2420 @@ -0,0 +1,403 @@
2421 +<?xml version="1.0" standalone='no'?>
2422 +<!DOCTYPE manpage SYSTEM "http://efault.net/npat/dtds/xmlmp/xmlmp-1.1.dtd">
2423 +
2424 +<manpage
2425 + title="picocom"
2426 + section="8"
2427 + desc="minimal dumb-terminal emulation program">
2428 +
2429 + <synopsis>
2430 + <synel>
2431 + picocom [ <arg>options</arg> ] <arg>device</arg>
2432 + </synel>
2433 + </synopsis>
2434 +
2435 + <description>
2436 +
2437 + <p>
2438 + As its name suggests, <cmd>picocom</cmd> is a minimal
2439 + dumb-terminal emulation program. It is, in principle, very much
2440 + like <manref name="minicom" section="1"/>, only it's "pico"
2441 + instead of "mini"! It was designed to serve as a simple, manual,
2442 + modem configuration, testing, and debugging tool. It has also
2443 + served (quite well) as a low-tech "terminal-window" to allow
2444 + operator intervention in PPP connection scripts (something like
2445 + the ms-windows "open terminal window before / after dialing"
2446 + feature). It could also prove useful in many other similar
2447 + tasks.
2448 + </p>
2449 +
2450 + <p>
2451 + When <cmd>picocom</cmd> starts it opens the terminal (serial
2452 + device) given as its non-option argument. Unless the
2453 + <arg>--noinit</arg> option is given, it configures the device to
2454 + the settings specified by the option-arguments (or to some
2455 + default settings), and sets it to "raw" mode. If
2456 + <arg>--noinit</arg> is given, the initialization and
2457 + configuration is skipped; the device is just opened. Following
2458 + this, <cmd>picocom</cmd> sets the standard-input and
2459 + standard-output to raw mode. Having done so, it goes in a loop
2460 + where it listens for input from stdin, or from the serial
2461 + port. Input from the serial port is copied to the standard
2462 + output while input from the standard input is copied to the
2463 + serial port. <cmd>picocom</cmd> also scans its input stream for
2464 + a user-specified control character, called the "escape
2465 + character" (being by default "C-a"). If the escape character is
2466 + seen, then instead of sending it to the serial-device, the
2467 + program enters "command mode" and waits for the next character
2468 + (which is called the "function character"). Depending on the
2469 + value of the function character, <cmd>picocom</cmd> performs one
2470 + of the operations described in the "Commands" section below.
2471 + </p>
2472 + </description>
2473 +
2474 + <section name="COMMANDS">
2475 +
2476 + <p>
2477 + Commands are given to <cmd>picocom</cmd> by first keying the
2478 + "espace character" which by default is "C-a" (see "Options"
2479 + below on how to change it), and then keying one for the function
2480 + (command) characters shown here.
2481 + </p>
2482 +
2483 + <dl>
2484 + <dt>[escape character]</dt>
2485 + <dd>
2486 + <p>
2487 + Send the escape character to the serial port and return to
2488 + "transparent" mode. This means that if the escape character
2489 + ("C-a", by default) is typed twice, the program sends the
2490 + escape character to the serial port, and remains in
2491 + transparent mode. This is a new behavior implemented in
2492 + v1.4. Previously picocom used to ignore the escape-character
2493 + when it was entered as a function character.
2494 + </p>
2495 + </dd>
2496 +
2497 + <dt>C-x</dt>
2498 + <dd>
2499 + <p>
2500 + Exit the program: if the "--noreset" option was not given
2501 + then the serial port is reset to its original settings
2502 + before exiting; if it was given the serial port is not
2503 + reset.
2504 + </p>
2505 + </dd>
2506 +
2507 + <dt>C-q</dt>
2508 + <dd>
2509 + <p>
2510 + Quit the program *without* reseting the serial port,
2511 + regardless of the "--noreset" option.
2512 + </p>
2513 + </dd>
2514 +
2515 + <dt>C-p</dt>
2516 + <dd>
2517 + <p>
2518 + Pulse the DTR line. Lower it for 1 sec, and then raise it
2519 + again.
2520 + </p>
2521 + </dd>
2522 +
2523 + <dt>C-t</dt>
2524 + <dd>
2525 + <p>
2526 + Toggle the DTR line. If DTR is up, then lower it. If it is
2527 + down, then raise it.
2528 + </p>
2529 + </dd>
2530 +
2531 + <dt>C-\e</dt>
2532 + <dd>
2533 + <p>
2534 + Generate a break sequence on the serial line. A break
2535 + sequence is usually generated by marking (driving to logical
2536 + one) the serial Tx line for an amount of time coresponding
2537 + to several character durations.
2538 + </p>
2539 + </dd>
2540 +
2541 + <dt>C-u</dt>
2542 + <dd>
2543 + <p>
2544 + Baud up. Increase the baud-rate. The list of baud-rates
2545 + stepped-through by this command is: 300, 600, 1200, 2400,
2546 + 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200.
2547 + </p>
2548 + </dd>
2549 +
2550 + <dt>C-d</dt>
2551 + <dd>
2552 + <p>
2553 + Baud down. Decrease the baud-rate. The list of baud-rates
2554 + stepped-through by this command is the same as for the
2555 + "baud-up" command.
2556 + </p>
2557 + </dd>
2558 +
2559 + <dt>C-f</dt>
2560 + <dd>
2561 + <p>
2562 + Cycle through flow-control settings (RTS/CTS, XON/XOFF, none).
2563 + </p>
2564 + </dd>
2565 +
2566 + <dt>C-y</dt>
2567 + <dd>
2568 + <p>
2569 + Cycle through parity settings (even, odd, none).
2570 + </p>
2571 + </dd>
2572 +
2573 + <dt>C-b</dt>
2574 + <dd>
2575 + <p>
2576 + Cycle through databits-number settings (5, 6, 7, 8).
2577 + </p>
2578 + </dd>
2579 +
2580 + <dt>C-v</dt>
2581 + <dd>
2582 + <p>
2583 + Show program options (like baud rate, data bits, etc). Only
2584 + the options that can be modified online (through commands)
2585 + are shown, not those that can only be set at the
2586 + command-line.
2587 + </p>
2588 + </dd>
2589 +
2590 + <dt>C-s</dt>
2591 + <dd>
2592 + <p>
2593 + Send (upload) a file (see "Sending and Receiving Files"
2594 + below)
2595 + </p>
2596 + </dd>
2597 +
2598 + <dt>C-r</dt>
2599 + <dd>
2600 + <p>
2601 + Receive (download) a file (see "Sending and Receiving Files"
2602 + below)
2603 + </p>
2604 + </dd>
2605 + </dl>
2606 +
2607 + <p>
2608 + After performing one of the above operations the program leaves
2609 + the command mode and enters transparent mode. Example: To
2610 + increase the baud-rate by two steps, you have to type:
2611 + </p>
2612 + <p>
2613 + C-a, C-u, C-a, C-u
2614 + </p>
2615 + <p>
2616 + assuming of-course that "C-a" is the escape character.
2617 + </p>
2618 + </section>
2619 +
2620 + <section name = "SENDING AND RECEIVING FILES">
2621 + <p>
2622 + <cmd>picocom</cmd> can send and receive files over the serial
2623 + port using external programs that implement the respective
2624 + protocols. In Linux typical programs for this purpose are:
2625 + </p>
2626 +
2627 + <ul>
2628 + <li><p><manref name="rx" section="1"/>
2629 + - receive using the X-MODEM protocol</p></li>
2630 + <li><p><manref name="rb" section="1"/>
2631 + - receive using the Y-MODEM protocol</p></li>
2632 + <li><p><manref name="rz" section="1"/>
2633 + - receive using the Z-MODEM protocol</p></li>
2634 + <li><p><manref name="sx" section="1"/>
2635 + - send using the X-MODEM protocol</p></li>
2636 + <li><p><manref name="sb" section="1"/>
2637 + - send using the Y-MODEM protocol</p></li>
2638 + <li><p><manref name="sz" section="1"/>
2639 + - send using the Z-MODEM protocol</p></li>
2640 + <li><p><manref name="ascii-xfr" section="1"/>
2641 + - receive or transmit ASCII files</p></li>
2642 + </ul>
2643 +
2644 + <p>
2645 + The name of, and the command-line options to, the program to be
2646 + used for transmitting files are given by the "--send-cmd"
2647 + option. Similarly the program to receive files, and its
2648 + argumets, are given by the "--receive-cmd" option. For example,
2649 + in order to start a <cmd>picocom</cmd> session that uses "sz" to
2650 + transmit files, and "rz" to receive, you have to say something
2651 + like this:
2652 + </p>
2653 +
2654 + <p>
2655 + picocom --send-cmd "sz -vv" --receive-cmd "rz -vv"
2656 + </p>
2657 +
2658 + <p>
2659 + During the picocom session, if you key the "send" or "receive"
2660 + commands (e.g. by pressing C-a, C-s, or C-a, C-r) you will be
2661 + prompted for a filename. At this prompt you can enter one or
2662 + more file-names, and any additional arguments to the
2663 + transmission or reception program. After that, picocom will
2664 + start the the external program as specified by the "--send-cmd",
2665 + or "--receive-cmd" option, and with any filenames and additional
2666 + arguments you may have supplied. The standard input and output
2667 + of the external program will be connected to the serial
2668 + port. The standard error of the external program will be
2669 + connected to the terminal which---while the program is
2670 + running---will revert to canonical mode. Pressing 'C-c' while
2671 + the external program is running will prematurely terminate it,
2672 + and return control to <cmd>picocom</cmd>. Pressing 'C-c' at any other
2673 + time, has no special effect; the character is normally passed to
2674 + the serial port.
2675 + </p>
2676 +
2677 + </section>
2678 +
2679 + <section name = "OPTIONS">
2680 + <p>
2681 + <cmd>picocom</cmd> accepts the following command-line options
2682 + </p>
2683 +
2684 + <dl>
2685 + <dt>--baud | -b</dt>
2686 + <dd>
2687 + <p>
2688 + Defines the baud-rate to set the serial-port (terminal) to.
2689 + </p>
2690 + </dd>
2691 +
2692 + <dt>--flow | -f</dt>
2693 + <dd>
2694 + <p>
2695 + Defines the flow-control mode to set the serial-port to. Must be
2696 + one of:
2697 + </p>
2698 + <ul>
2699 + <li><p>\'x' for xon/xoff (software) mode</p></li>
2700 + <li><p>\'h' for hardware flow control (RTS/CTS)</p></li>
2701 + <li><p>\'n' for no flow control</p></li>
2702 + </ul>
2703 + <p>(Default: 'n')</p>
2704 + </dd>
2705 +
2706 + <dt>--parity | -p</dt>
2707 + <dd>
2708 + <p>
2709 + Defines the parity mode to set the serial-port to.
2710 + Must be one of:
2711 + </p>
2712 + <ul>
2713 + <li><p>\'o' for odd parity mode.</p></li>
2714 + <li><p>\'e' for even parity mode.</p></li>
2715 + <li><p>\'n' for no parity, mode.</p></li>
2716 + </ul>
2717 + <p>(Default: 'n')</p>
2718 + </dd>
2719 +
2720 + <dt>--databits | -d</dt>
2721 + <dd>
2722 + <p>
2723 + Defines the number of data bits in every character. Must be one of:
2724 + 5, 6, 7, 8
2725 + </p>
2726 + <p>(Default: 8)</p>
2727 + </dd>
2728 +
2729 + <dt>--esacpe | -e</dt>
2730 + <dd>
2731 + <p>
2732 + Defines the character that will make picocom enter command-mode
2733 + (see description above). If 'x' is given, then C-x will
2734 + make picocom enter command mode.
2735 + </p>
2736 + <p>
2737 + (Default: 'a')
2738 + </p>
2739 + </dd>
2740 +
2741 + <dt>--noinit | -i</dt>
2742 + <dd>
2743 + <p>
2744 + If given, <cmd>picocom</cmd> will not initialize, reset, or
2745 + otherwise meddle with the serial port at start-up. It will
2746 + just open it. This is useful, for example, for connecting
2747 + <cmd>picocom</cmd> to already-connected modems, or already
2748 + configured ports without terminating the connection, or
2749 + altering the settings. If required serial port parameters
2750 + can then be adjusted at run-time by commands.
2751 + </p>
2752 + </dd>
2753 +
2754 + <dt>--noreset | -r</dt>
2755 + <dd>
2756 + <p>
2757 + If given, <cmd>picocom</cmd> will not *reset* the serial
2758 + port when exiting. It will just close the filedes and do
2759 + nothing more. This is useful, for example, for leaving
2760 + modems connected when exiting <cmd>picocom</cmd>. Regardless
2761 + whether the "--noreset" option is given the user can exit
2762 + <cmd>picocom</cmd> using the "Quit" command (instead of
2763 + "Exit"), which never resets the serial port. If "--noreset"
2764 + is given then "Quit" and "Exit" behave essentially the same.
2765 + </p>
2766 + </dd>
2767 +
2768 + <dt>--nolock | -l</dt>
2769 + <dd>
2770 + <p>
2771 + If given, <cmd>picocom</cmd> will *not* attempt to lock the
2772 + serial port before opening it. Normally picocom attempts to
2773 + get a UUCP-style lock-file (e.g. "/var/lock/LCK..ttyS0")
2774 + before opening the port. Failing to do so, results in the
2775 + program exiting after emitting an error-message. It is
2776 + possible that your picocom binary is compiled without this
2777 + option.
2778 + </p>
2779 + </dd>
2780 +
2781 + <dt>--send-cmd | -s</dt>
2782 + <dd>
2783 + <p>
2784 + Specifies the external program (and any arguments to it)
2785 + that will be used for transmitting files.
2786 + </p>
2787 + <p>
2788 + Default: "sz -vv"
2789 + </p>
2790 + </dd>
2791 +
2792 + <dt>--receive-cmd | -v</dt>
2793 + <dd>
2794 + <p>
2795 + Specifies the external program (and any arguments to it)
2796 + that will be used for receiving files.
2797 + </p>
2798 + <p>
2799 + (Default: "rz -vv")
2800 + </p>
2801 + </dd>
2802 +
2803 + <dt>--help | -h</dt>
2804 + <dd>
2805 + <p>
2806 + Print a short help message describing the command-line
2807 + options.
2808 + </p>
2809 + </dd>
2810 + </dl>
2811 + </section>
2812 +
2813 + <section name="AUTHOR">
2814 + <p>picocom was written by Nick Patavalis (npat@efault.net)</p>
2815 + </section>
2816 +
2817 + <section name="AVAILABILITY">
2818 + <p>The latest version of "picocom" can be downloaded from: <url
2819 + href="http://efault.net/npat/hacks/picocom/"/>
2820 + </p>
2821 + </section>
2822 +
2823 +</manpage>
2824 \ No newline at end of file
2825 Index: user/blkfin-apps/picocom/picocom.8
2826 ===================================================================
2827 --- user/blkfin-apps/picocom/picocom.8 (revision 0)
2828 +++ user/blkfin-apps/picocom/picocom.8 (revision 0)
2829 @@ -0,0 +1,214 @@
2830 +.TH "picocom" "8" "" "" ""
2831 +.SH NAME
2832 +picocom \- minimal dumb-terminal emulation program
2833 +.SH SYNOPSIS
2834 +.B picocom [
2835 +.I options
2836 +.B ]
2837 +.I device
2838 +.br
2839 +.SH DESCRIPTION
2840 +As its name suggests,
2841 +.B picocom
2842 +is a minimal dumb-terminal emulation program. It is, in principle, very much like
2843 +.B minicom(1)
2844 +, only it's "pico" instead of "mini"! It was designed to serve as a simple, manual, modem configuration, testing, and debugging tool. It has also served (quite well) as a low-tech "terminal-window" to allow operator intervention in PPP connection scripts (something like the ms-windows "open terminal window before / after dialing" feature). It could also prove useful in many other similar tasks.
2845 +.br
2846 +.sp 0.6v
2847 +When
2848 +.B picocom
2849 +starts it opens the terminal (serial device) given as its non-option argument. Unless the
2850 +.I --noinit
2851 +option is given, it configures the device to the settings specified by the option-arguments (or to some default settings), and sets it to "raw" mode. If
2852 +.I --noinit
2853 +is given, the initialization and configuration is skipped; the device is just opened. Following this,
2854 +.B picocom
2855 +sets the standard-input and standard-output to raw mode. Having done so, it goes in a loop where it listens for input from stdin, or from the serial port. Input from the serial port is copied to the standard output while input from the standard input is copied to the serial port.
2856 +.B picocom
2857 +also scans its input stream for a user-specified control character, called the "escape character" (being by default "C-a"). If the escape character is seen, then instead of sending it to the serial-device, the program enters "command mode" and waits for the next character (which is called the "function character"). Depending on the value of the function character,
2858 +.B picocom
2859 +performs one of the operations described in the "Commands" section below.
2860 +.br
2861 +.sp 0.6v
2862 +.SH COMMANDS
2863 +Commands are given to
2864 +.B picocom
2865 +by first keying the "espace character" which by default is "C-a" (see "Options" below on how to change it), and then keying one for the function (command) characters shown here.
2866 +.TP 3
2867 +.B [escape character]
2868 +Send the escape character to the serial port and return to "transparent" mode. This means that if the escape character ("C-a", by default) is typed twice, the program sends the escape character to the serial port, and remains in transparent mode. This is a new behavior implemented in v1.4. Previously picocom used to ignore the escape-character when it was entered as a function character.
2869 +.TP 3
2870 +.B C-x
2871 +Exit the program: if the "--noreset" option was not given then the serial port is reset to its original settings before exiting; if it was given the serial port is not reset.
2872 +.TP 3
2873 +.B C-q
2874 +Quit the program *without* reseting the serial port, regardless of the "--noreset" option.
2875 +.TP 3
2876 +.B C-p
2877 +Pulse the DTR line. Lower it for 1 sec, and then raise it again.
2878 +.TP 3
2879 +.B C-t
2880 +Toggle the DTR line. If DTR is up, then lower it. If it is down, then raise it.
2881 +.TP 3
2882 +.B C-\e
2883 +Generate a break sequence on the serial line. A break sequence is usually generated by marking (driving to logical one) the serial Tx line for an amount of time coresponding to several character durations.
2884 +.TP 3
2885 +.B C-u
2886 +Baud up. Increase the baud-rate. The list of baud-rates stepped-through by this command is: 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200.
2887 +.TP 3
2888 +.B C-d
2889 +Baud down. Decrease the baud-rate. The list of baud-rates stepped-through by this command is the same as for the "baud-up" command.
2890 +.TP 3
2891 +.B C-f
2892 +Cycle through flow-control settings (RTS/CTS, XON/XOFF, none).
2893 +.TP 3
2894 +.B C-y
2895 +Cycle through parity settings (even, odd, none).
2896 +.TP 3
2897 +.B C-b
2898 +Cycle through databits-number settings (5, 6, 7, 8).
2899 +.TP 3
2900 +.B C-v
2901 +Show program options (like baud rate, data bits, etc). Only the options that can be modified online (through commands) are shown, not those that can only be set at the command-line.
2902 +.TP 3
2903 +.B C-s
2904 +Send (upload) a file (see "Sending and Receiving Files" below)
2905 +.TP 3
2906 +.B C-r
2907 +Receive (download) a file (see "Sending and Receiving Files" below)
2908 +.PP
2909 +After performing one of the above operations the program leaves the command mode and enters transparent mode. Example: To increase the baud-rate by two steps, you have to type:
2910 +.br
2911 +.sp 0.6v
2912 +C-a, C-u, C-a, C-u
2913 +.br
2914 +.sp 0.6v
2915 +assuming of-course that "C-a" is the escape character.
2916 +.br
2917 +.sp 0.6v
2918 +.SH SENDING AND RECEIVING FILES
2919 +.B picocom
2920 +can send and receive files over the serial port using external programs that implement the respective protocols. In Linux typical programs for this purpose are:
2921 +.IP \(em 3
2922 +.B rx(1)
2923 +- receive using the X-MODEM protocol
2924 +.IP \(em 3
2925 +.B rb(1)
2926 +- receive using the Y-MODEM protocol
2927 +.IP \(em 3
2928 +.B rz(1)
2929 +- receive using the Z-MODEM protocol
2930 +.IP \(em 3
2931 +.B sx(1)
2932 +- send using the X-MODEM protocol
2933 +.IP \(em 3
2934 +.B sb(1)
2935 +- send using the Y-MODEM protocol
2936 +.IP \(em 3
2937 +.B sz(1)
2938 +- send using the Z-MODEM protocol
2939 +.IP \(em 3
2940 +.B ascii-xfr(1)
2941 +- receive or transmit ASCII files
2942 +.PP
2943 +The name of, and the command-line options to, the program to be used for transmitting files are given by the "--send-cmd" option. Similarly the program to receive files, and its argumets, are given by the "--receive-cmd" option. For example, in order to start a
2944 +.B picocom
2945 +session that uses "sz" to transmit files, and "rz" to receive, you have to say something like this:
2946 +.br
2947 +.sp 0.6v
2948 +picocom --send-cmd "sz -vv" --receive-cmd "rz -vv"
2949 +.br
2950 +.sp 0.6v
2951 +During the picocom session, if you key the "send" or "receive" commands (e.g. by pressing C-a, C-s, or C-a, C-r) you will be prompted for a filename. At this prompt you can enter one or more file-names, and any additional arguments to the transmission or reception program. After that, picocom will start the the external program as specified by the "--send-cmd", or "--receive-cmd" option, and with any filenames and additional arguments you may have supplied. The standard input and output of the external program will be connected to the serial port. The standard error of the external program will be connected to the terminal which---while the program is running---will revert to canonical mode. Pressing 'C-c' while the external program is running will prematurely terminate it, and return control to
2952 +.B picocom
2953 +. Pressing 'C-c' at any other time, has no special effect; the character is normally passed to the serial port.
2954 +.br
2955 +.sp 0.6v
2956 +.SH OPTIONS
2957 +.B picocom
2958 +accepts the following command-line options
2959 +.TP 3
2960 +.B --baud | -b
2961 +Defines the baud-rate to set the serial-port (terminal) to.
2962 +.TP 3
2963 +.B --flow | -f
2964 +Defines the flow-control mode to set the serial-port to. Must be one of:
2965 +.RS 3
2966 +.IP \(em 3
2967 +\'x' for xon/xoff (software) mode
2968 +.IP \(em 3
2969 +\'h' for hardware flow control (RTS/CTS)
2970 +.IP \(em 3
2971 +\'n' for no flow control
2972 +.PP
2973 +(Default: 'n')
2974 +.RE
2975 +.TP 3
2976 +.B --parity | -p
2977 +Defines the parity mode to set the serial-port to. Must be one of:
2978 +.RS 3
2979 +.IP \(em 3
2980 +\'o' for odd parity mode.
2981 +.IP \(em 3
2982 +\'e' for even parity mode.
2983 +.IP \(em 3
2984 +\'n' for no parity, mode.
2985 +.PP
2986 +(Default: 'n')
2987 +.RE
2988 +.TP 3
2989 +.B --databits | -d
2990 +Defines the number of data bits in every character. Must be one of: 5, 6, 7, 8
2991 +.br
2992 +.sp 0.6v
2993 +(Default: 8)
2994 +.TP 3
2995 +.B --esacpe | -e
2996 +Defines the character that will make picocom enter command-mode (see description above). If 'x' is given, then C-x will make picocom enter command mode.
2997 +.br
2998 +.sp 0.6v
2999 +(Default: 'a')
3000 +.TP 3
3001 +.B --noinit | -i
3002 +If given,
3003 +.B picocom
3004 +will not initialize, reset, or otherwise meddle with the serial port at start-up. It will just open it. This is useful, for example, for connecting
3005 +.B picocom
3006 +to already-connected modems, or already configured ports without terminating the connection, or altering the settings. If required serial port parameters can then be adjusted at run-time by commands.
3007 +.TP 3
3008 +.B --noreset | -r
3009 +If given,
3010 +.B picocom
3011 +will not *reset* the serial port when exiting. It will just close the filedes and do nothing more. This is useful, for example, for leaving modems connected when exiting
3012 +.B picocom
3013 +. Regardless whether the "--noreset" option is given the user can exit
3014 +.B picocom
3015 +using the "Quit" command (instead of "Exit"), which never resets the serial port. If "--noreset" is given then "Quit" and "Exit" behave essentially the same.
3016 +.TP 3
3017 +.B --nolock | -l
3018 +If given,
3019 +.B picocom
3020 +will *not* attempt to lock the serial port before opening it. Normally picocom attempts to get a UUCP-style lock-file (e.g. "/var/lock/LCK..ttyS0") before opening the port. Failing to do so, results in the program exiting after emitting an error-message. It is possible that your picocom binary is compiled without this option.
3021 +.TP 3
3022 +.B --send-cmd | -s
3023 +Specifies the external program (and any arguments to it) that will be used for transmitting files.
3024 +.br
3025 +.sp 0.6v
3026 +Default: "sz -vv"
3027 +.TP 3
3028 +.B --receive-cmd | -v
3029 +Specifies the external program (and any arguments to it) that will be used for receiving files.
3030 +.br
3031 +.sp 0.6v
3032 +(Default: "rz -vv")
3033 +.TP 3
3034 +.B --help | -h
3035 +Print a short help message describing the command-line options.
3036 +.PP
3037 +.SH AUTHOR
3038 +picocom was written by Nick Patavalis (npat@efault.net)
3039 +.br
3040 +.sp 0.6v
3041 +.SH AVAILABILITY
3042 +The latest version of "picocom" can be downloaded from:
3043 +.B http://efault.net/npat/hacks/picocom/
3044 Index: user/blkfin-apps/picocom/LICENSE.txt
3045 ===================================================================
3046 --- user/blkfin-apps/picocom/LICENSE.txt (revision 0)
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3048 @@ -0,0 +1,340 @@
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3394 +<html>
3395 +<head>
3396 +<title>picocom(8)</title>
3397 +</head>
3398 +
3399 +<body>
3400 +
3401 +<center><table width="100%"><tr>
3402 + <td align="left">picocom(8)</td>
3403 + <td align="center"></td>
3404 + <td align="right">picocom(8)</td>
3405 +</tr></table></center>
3406 +
3407 +<h2>NAME</h2>
3408 +<center><table width="90%"><tr><td>
3409 +picocom -- minimal dumb-terminal emulation program
3410 +</td></tr></table></center>
3411 +
3412 +<h2>SYNOPSIS</h2>
3413 +<center><table width="90%"><tr><td>
3414 +<ul>
3415 + <li><b>
3416 + picocom [ <i>options</i> ] <i>device</i>
3417 + </b></li>
3418 +</ul>
3419 +</td></tr></table></center>
3420 +
3421 +<h2>DESCRIPTION</h2>
3422 +<center><table width="90%"><tr><td>
3423 + <p>
3424 + As its name suggests, <b>picocom</b> is a minimal dumb-terminal
3425 + emulation program. It is, in principle, very much like
3426 + <a href=""><b>minicom</b>(1)</a>, only it's "pico" instead of
3427 + "mini"! It was designed to serve as a simple, manual, modem
3428 + configuration, testing, and debugging tool. It has also served
3429 + (quite well) as a low-tech "terminal-window" to allow operator
3430 + intervention in PPP connection scripts (something like the
3431 + ms-windows "open terminal window before / after dialing" feature).
3432 + It could also prove useful in many other similar tasks.
3433 + </p>
3434 + <p>
3435 + When <b>picocom</b> starts it opens the terminal (serial device)
3436 + given as its non-option argument. Unless the <i>--noinit</i>
3437 + option is given, it configures the device to the settings
3438 + specified by the option-arguments (or to some default settings),
3439 + and sets it to "raw" mode. If <i>--noinit</i> is given, the
3440 + initialization and configuration is skipped; the device is just
3441 + opened. Following this, <b>picocom</b> sets the standard-input and
3442 + standard-output to raw mode. Having done so, it goes in a loop
3443 + where it listens for input from stdin, or from the serial port.
3444 + Input from the serial port is copied to the standard output while
3445 + input from the standard input is copied to the serial port. <b>picocom</b>
3446 + also scans its input stream for a user-specified control
3447 + character, called the "escape character" (being by default "C-a").
3448 + If the escape character is seen, then instead of sending it to the
3449 + serial-device, the program enters "command mode" and waits for the
3450 + next character (which is called the "function character").
3451 + Depending on the value of the function character, <b>picocom</b>
3452 + performs one of the operations described in the "Commands" section
3453 + below.
3454 + </p>
3455 +</td></tr></table></center>
3456 +
3457 +<h2>COMMANDS</h2>
3458 +<center><table width="90%"><tr><td>
3459 + <p>
3460 + Commands are given to <b>picocom</b> by first keying the "espace
3461 + character" which by default is "C-a" (see "Options" below on how
3462 + to change it), and then keying one for the function (command)
3463 + characters shown here.
3464 + </p>
3465 + <dl>
3466 + <dt><b>
3467 + [escape character]
3468 + </b></dt>
3469 + <dd>
3470 + <p>
3471 + Send the escape character to the serial port and return to
3472 + "transparent" mode. This means that if the escape character
3473 + ("C-a", by default) is typed twice, the program sends the
3474 + escape character to the serial port, and remains in
3475 + transparent mode. This is a new behavior implemented in v1.4.
3476 + Previously picocom used to ignore the escape-character when it
3477 + was entered as a function character.
3478 + </p>
3479 + </dd>
3480 + <dt><b>
3481 + C-x
3482 + </b></dt>
3483 + <dd>
3484 + <p>
3485 + Exit the program: if the "--noreset" option was not given then
3486 + the serial port is reset to its original settings before
3487 + exiting; if it was given the serial port is not reset.
3488 + </p>
3489 + </dd>
3490 + <dt><b>
3491 + C-q
3492 + </b></dt>
3493 + <dd>
3494 + <p>
3495 + Quit the program *without* reseting the serial port,
3496 + regardless of the "--noreset" option.
3497 + </p>
3498 + </dd>
3499 + <dt><b>
3500 + C-p
3501 + </b></dt>
3502 + <dd>
3503 + <p>
3504 + Pulse the DTR line. Lower it for 1 sec, and then raise it
3505 + again.
3506 + </p>
3507 + </dd>
3508 + <dt><b>
3509 + C-t
3510 + </b></dt>
3511 + <dd>
3512 + <p>
3513 + Toggle the DTR line. If DTR is up, then lower it. If it is
3514 + down, then raise it.
3515 + </p>
3516 + </dd>
3517 + <dt><b>
3518 + C-\e
3519 + </b></dt>
3520 + <dd>
3521 + <p>
3522 + Generate a break sequence on the serial line. A break sequence
3523 + is usually generated by marking (driving to logical one) the
3524 + serial Tx line for an amount of time coresponding to several
3525 + character durations.
3526 + </p>
3527 + </dd>
3528 + <dt><b>
3529 + C-u
3530 + </b></dt>
3531 + <dd>
3532 + <p>
3533 + Baud up. Increase the baud-rate. The list of baud-rates
3534 + stepped-through by this command is: 300, 600, 1200, 2400,
3535 + 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200.
3536 + </p>
3537 + </dd>
3538 + <dt><b>
3539 + C-d
3540 + </b></dt>
3541 + <dd>
3542 + <p>
3543 + Baud down. Decrease the baud-rate. The list of baud-rates
3544 + stepped-through by this command is the same as for the
3545 + "baud-up" command.
3546 + </p>
3547 + </dd>
3548 + <dt><b>
3549 + C-f
3550 + </b></dt>
3551 + <dd>
3552 + <p>
3553 + Cycle through flow-control settings (RTS/CTS, XON/XOFF, none).
3554 + </p>
3555 + </dd>
3556 + <dt><b>
3557 + C-y
3558 + </b></dt>
3559 + <dd>
3560 + <p>
3561 + Cycle through parity settings (even, odd, none).
3562 + </p>
3563 + </dd>
3564 + <dt><b>
3565 + C-b
3566 + </b></dt>
3567 + <dd>
3568 + <p>
3569 + Cycle through databits-number settings (5, 6, 7, 8).
3570 + </p>
3571 + </dd>
3572 + <dt><b>
3573 + C-v
3574 + </b></dt>
3575 + <dd>
3576 + <p>
3577 + Show program options (like baud rate, data bits, etc). Only
3578 + the options that can be modified online (through commands) are
3579 + shown, not those that can only be set at the command-line.
3580 + </p>
3581 + </dd>
3582 + <dt><b>
3583 + C-s
3584 + </b></dt>
3585 + <dd>
3586 + <p>
3587 + Send (upload) a file (see "Sending and Receiving Files" below)
3588 + </p>
3589 + </dd>
3590 + <dt><b>
3591 + C-r
3592 + </b></dt>
3593 + <dd>
3594 + <p>
3595 + Receive (download) a file (see "Sending and Receiving Files"
3596 + below)
3597 + </p>
3598 + </dd>
3599 + </dl>
3600 + <p>
3601 + After performing one of the above operations the program leaves
3602 + the command mode and enters transparent mode. Example: To increase
3603 + the baud-rate by two steps, you have to type:
3604 + </p>
3605 + <p>
3606 + C-a, C-u, C-a, C-u
3607 + </p>
3608 + <p>
3609 + assuming of-course that "C-a" is the escape character.
3610 + </p>
3611 +</td></tr></table></center>
3612 +
3613 +<h2>SENDING AND RECEIVING FILES</h2>
3614 +<center><table width="90%"><tr><td>
3615 + <p>
3616 + <b>picocom</b> can send and receive files over the serial port
3617 + using external programs that implement the respective protocols.
3618 + In Linux typical programs for this purpose are:
3619 + </p>
3620 + <ul>
3621 + <li>
3622 + <p>
3623 + <a href=""><b>rx</b>(1)</a> - receive using the X-MODEM
3624 + protocol
3625 + </p>
3626 + </li>
3627 + <li>
3628 + <p>
3629 + <a href=""><b>rb</b>(1)</a> - receive using the Y-MODEM
3630 + protocol
3631 + </p>
3632 + </li>
3633 + <li>
3634 + <p>
3635 + <a href=""><b>rz</b>(1)</a> - receive using the Z-MODEM
3636 + protocol
3637 + </p>
3638 + </li>
3639 + <li>
3640 + <p>
3641 + <a href=""><b>sx</b>(1)</a> - send using the X-MODEM protocol
3642 + </p>
3643 + </li>
3644 + <li>
3645 + <p>
3646 + <a href=""><b>sb</b>(1)</a> - send using the Y-MODEM protocol
3647 + </p>
3648 + </li>
3649 + <li>
3650 + <p>
3651 + <a href=""><b>sz</b>(1)</a> - send using the Z-MODEM protocol
3652 + </p>
3653 + </li>
3654 + <li>
3655 + <p>
3656 + <a href=""><b>ascii-xfr</b>(1)</a> - receive or transmit ASCII
3657 + files
3658 + </p>
3659 + </li>
3660 + </ul>
3661 + <p>
3662 + The name of, and the command-line options to, the program to be
3663 + used for transmitting files are given by the "--send-cmd" option.
3664 + Similarly the program to receive files, and its argumets, are
3665 + given by the "--receive-cmd" option. For example, in order to
3666 + start a <b>picocom</b> session that uses "sz" to transmit files,
3667 + and "rz" to receive, you have to say something like this:
3668 + </p>
3669 + <p>
3670 + picocom --send-cmd "sz -vv" --receive-cmd "rz -vv"
3671 + </p>
3672 + <p>
3673 + During the picocom session, if you key the "send" or "receive"
3674 + commands (e.g. by pressing C-a, C-s, or C-a, C-r) you will be
3675 + prompted for a filename. At this prompt you can enter one or more
3676 + file-names, and any additional arguments to the transmission or
3677 + reception program. After that, picocom will start the the external
3678 + program as specified by the "--send-cmd", or "--receive-cmd"
3679 + option, and with any filenames and additional arguments you may
3680 + have supplied. The standard input and output of the external
3681 + program will be connected to the serial port. The standard error
3682 + of the external program will be connected to the terminal
3683 + which---while the program is running---will revert to canonical
3684 + mode. Pressing 'C-c' while the external program is running will
3685 + prematurely terminate it, and return control to <b>picocom</b>.
3686 + Pressing 'C-c' at any other time, has no special effect; the
3687 + character is normally passed to the serial port.
3688 + </p>
3689 +</td></tr></table></center>
3690 +
3691 +<h2>OPTIONS</h2>
3692 +<center><table width="90%"><tr><td>
3693 + <p>
3694 + <b>picocom</b> accepts the following command-line options
3695 + </p>
3696 + <dl>
3697 + <dt><b>
3698 + --baud | -b
3699 + </b></dt>
3700 + <dd>
3701 + <p>
3702 + Defines the baud-rate to set the serial-port (terminal) to.
3703 + </p>
3704 + </dd>
3705 + <dt><b>
3706 + --flow | -f
3707 + </b></dt>
3708 + <dd>
3709 + <p>
3710 + Defines the flow-control mode to set the serial-port to. Must
3711 + be one of:
3712 + </p>
3713 + <ul>
3714 + <li>
3715 + <p>
3716 + \'x' for xon/xoff (software) mode
3717 + </p>
3718 + </li>
3719 + <li>
3720 + <p>
3721 + \'h' for hardware flow control (RTS/CTS)
3722 + </p>
3723 + </li>
3724 + <li>
3725 + <p>
3726 + \'n' for no flow control
3727 + </p>
3728 + </li>
3729 + </ul>
3730 + <p>
3731 + (Default: 'n')
3732 + </p>
3733 + </dd>
3734 + <dt><b>
3735 + --parity | -p
3736 + </b></dt>
3737 + <dd>
3738 + <p>
3739 + Defines the parity mode to set the serial-port to. Must be one
3740 + of:
3741 + </p>
3742 + <ul>
3743 + <li>
3744 + <p>
3745 + \'o' for odd parity mode.
3746 + </p>
3747 + </li>
3748 + <li>
3749 + <p>
3750 + \'e' for even parity mode.
3751 + </p>
3752 + </li>
3753 + <li>
3754 + <p>
3755 + \'n' for no parity, mode.
3756 + </p>
3757 + </li>
3758 + </ul>
3759 + <p>
3760 + (Default: 'n')
3761 + </p>
3762 + </dd>
3763 + <dt><b>
3764 + --databits | -d
3765 + </b></dt>
3766 + <dd>
3767 + <p>
3768 + Defines the number of data bits in every character. Must be
3769 + one of: 5, 6, 7, 8
3770 + </p>
3771 + <p>
3772 + (Default: 8)
3773 + </p>
3774 + </dd>
3775 + <dt><b>
3776 + --esacpe | -e
3777 + </b></dt>
3778 + <dd>
3779 + <p>
3780 + Defines the character that will make picocom enter
3781 + command-mode (see description above). If 'x' is given, then
3782 + C-x will make picocom enter command mode.
3783 + </p>
3784 + <p>
3785 + (Default: 'a')
3786 + </p>
3787 + </dd>
3788 + <dt><b>
3789 + --noinit | -i
3790 + </b></dt>
3791 + <dd>
3792 + <p>
3793 + If given, <b>picocom</b> will not initialize, reset, or
3794 + otherwise meddle with the serial port at start-up. It will
3795 + just open it. This is useful, for example, for connecting <b>picocom</b>
3796 + to already-connected modems, or already configured ports
3797 + without terminating the connection, or altering the settings.
3798 + If required serial port parameters can then be adjusted at
3799 + run-time by commands.
3800 + </p>
3801 + </dd>
3802 + <dt><b>
3803 + --noreset | -r
3804 + </b></dt>
3805 + <dd>
3806 + <p>
3807 + If given, <b>picocom</b> will not *reset* the serial port when
3808 + exiting. It will just close the filedes and do nothing more.
3809 + This is useful, for example, for leaving modems connected when
3810 + exiting <b>picocom</b>. Regardless whether the "--noreset"
3811 + option is given the user can exit <b>picocom</b> using the
3812 + "Quit" command (instead of "Exit"), which never resets the
3813 + serial port. If "--noreset" is given then "Quit" and "Exit"
3814 + behave essentially the same.
3815 + </p>
3816 + </dd>
3817 + <dt><b>
3818 + --nolock | -l
3819 + </b></dt>
3820 + <dd>
3821 + <p>
3822 + If given, <b>picocom</b> will *not* attempt to lock the serial
3823 + port before opening it. Normally picocom attempts to get a
3824 + UUCP-style lock-file (e.g. "/var/lock/LCK..ttyS0") before
3825 + opening the port. Failing to do so, results in the program
3826 + exiting after emitting an error-message. It is possible that
3827 + your picocom binary is compiled without this option.
3828 + </p>
3829 + </dd>
3830 + <dt><b>
3831 + --send-cmd | -s
3832 + </b></dt>
3833 + <dd>
3834 + <p>
3835 + Specifies the external program (and any arguments to it) that
3836 + will be used for transmitting files.
3837 + </p>
3838 + <p>
3839 + Default: "sz -vv"
3840 + </p>
3841 + </dd>
3842 + <dt><b>
3843 + --receive-cmd | -v
3844 + </b></dt>
3845 + <dd>
3846 + <p>
3847 + Specifies the external program (and any arguments to it) that
3848 + will be used for receiving files.
3849 + </p>
3850 + <p>
3851 + (Default: "rz -vv")
3852 + </p>
3853 + </dd>
3854 + <dt><b>
3855 + --help | -h
3856 + </b></dt>
3857 + <dd>
3858 + <p>
3859 + Print a short help message describing the command-line
3860 + options.
3861 + </p>
3862 + </dd>
3863 + </dl>
3864 +</td></tr></table></center>
3865 +
3866 +<h2>AUTHOR</h2>
3867 +<center><table width="90%"><tr><td>
3868 + <p>
3869 + picocom was written by Nick Patavalis (npat@efault.net)
3870 + </p>
3871 +</td></tr></table></center>
3872 +
3873 +<h2>AVAILABILITY</h2>
3874 +<center><table width="90%"><tr><td>
3875 + <p>
3876 + The latest version of "picocom" can be downloaded from:
3877 + <a href="http://efault.net/npat/hacks/picocom/">http://efault.net/npat/hacks/picocom/</a>
3878 + </p>
3879 +</td></tr></table></center>
3880 +
3881 +<center><table width="100%"><tr>
3882 + <td align="left"></td>
3883 + <td align="center"></td>
3884 + <td align="right">picocom(8)</td>
3885 +</tr></table></center>
3886 +
3887 +</body>
3888 +</html>
3889 Index: user/blkfin-apps/picocom/TODO
3890 ===================================================================
3891 --- user/blkfin-apps/picocom/TODO (revision 0)
3892 +++ user/blkfin-apps/picocom/TODO (revision 0)
3893 @@ -0,0 +1 @@
3894 +
3895 Index: user/blkfin-apps/picocom/pcxm
3896 ===================================================================
3897 --- user/blkfin-apps/picocom/pcxm (revision 0)
3898 +++ user/blkfin-apps/picocom/pcxm (revision 0)
3899 @@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
3900 +#!/bin/sh
3901 +exec picocom \
3902 + --send-cmd="sx -vv" \
3903 + --receive-cmd="rx -vv" "$@"
3904 Index: user/blkfin-apps/picocom/CHANGES
3905 ===================================================================
3906 --- user/blkfin-apps/picocom/CHANGES (revision 0)
3907 +++ user/blkfin-apps/picocom/CHANGES (revision 0)
3908 @@ -0,0 +1,157 @@
3909 +------------------------------------------------------------------------
3910 +r35 | npat | 2004-08-13 14:18:38 +0300 (Fri, 13 Aug 2004) | 3 lines
3911 +Changed paths:
3912 + M /picocom/trunk/Makefile
3913 +
3914 +picocom version 1.4
3915 +
3916 +
3917 +------------------------------------------------------------------------
3918 +r34 | npat | 2004-08-13 14:15:23 +0300 (Fri, 13 Aug 2004) | 4 lines
3919 +Changed paths:
3920 + M /picocom/trunk/Makefile
3921 +
3922 +Added the "changes" target that generates the CHANGES file from the
3923 +svn (version control) commit logs.
3924 +
3925 +
3926 +------------------------------------------------------------------------
3927 +r33 | npat | 2004-08-13 05:48:26 +0300 (Fri, 13 Aug 2004) | 4 lines
3928 +Changed paths:
3929 + M /picocom/trunk/Makefile
3930 + M /picocom/trunk/picocom.8.xml
3931 +
3932 +Converted the manpage sources to use the xmlmp-1.1 DTD, and hence the
3933 +xmlmp tools (see http://npat.efault.net/hacks/xmlmp)
3934 +
3935 +
3936 +------------------------------------------------------------------------
3937 +r28 | npat | 2004-08-12 15:17:54 +0300 (Thu, 12 Aug 2004) | 2 lines
3938 +Changed paths:
3939 + M /picocom/trunk/TODO
3940 +
3941 +Removed stale tasks from TODO. (Now it's empty).
3942 +
3943 +------------------------------------------------------------------------
3944 +r27 | npat | 2004-08-12 15:16:03 +0300 (Thu, 12 Aug 2004) | 5 lines
3945 +Changed paths:
3946 + M /picocom/trunk/CONTRIBUTORS
3947 + M /picocom/trunk/picocom.8.xml
3948 +
3949 +Added Julius P. Malkiewicz in the contributors list
3950 +
3951 +Updated documentation to comply with the changes made since r13
3952 +
3953 +
3954 +------------------------------------------------------------------------
3955 +r26 | npat | 2004-08-12 14:45:11 +0300 (Thu, 12 Aug 2004) | 9 lines
3956 +Changed paths:
3957 + M /picocom/trunk/Makefile
3958 + M /picocom/trunk/picocom.c
3959 +
3960 +Added support for UUCP-style locks. Lock handling is compiled-in if
3961 +the macro UUCP_LOCK_DIR is defined; if it is, it must contain the name
3962 +of the lock directory. Locking can be disabled at runtime using the
3963 +"--no<l>ock" option.
3964 +
3965 +UUCP-locks support is based on a patch submitted by Julius
3966 +P. Malkiewicz <julius@sonartech.com.au>
3967 +
3968 +
3969 +------------------------------------------------------------------------
3970 +r25 | npat | 2004-08-12 11:55:56 +0300 (Thu, 12 Aug 2004) | 4 lines
3971 +Changed paths:
3972 + M /picocom/trunk/picocom.c
3973 +
3974 +Implemented th C-\ command, which generates a break sequence. Patch
3975 +submitted by Julius P. Malkiewicz <julius@sonartech.com.au>
3976 +
3977 +
3978 +------------------------------------------------------------------------
3979 +r24 | npat | 2004-08-12 11:52:39 +0300 (Thu, 12 Aug 2004) | 5 lines
3980 +Changed paths:
3981 + M /picocom/trunk/picocom.c
3982 +
3983 +If two escape-characters are sent in a row, the second is
3984 +passed-through, and picocom returns to transparrent mode. Patch
3985 +submitteb by Julius P. Malkiewicz <julius@sonartech.com.au>
3986 +
3987 +
3988 +------------------------------------------------------------------------
3989 +r23 | npat | 2004-08-12 11:45:57 +0300 (Thu, 12 Aug 2004) | 7 lines
3990 +Changed paths:
3991 + M /picocom/trunk/term.c
3992 +
3993 +Fixed "term.c" to compile under FreeBSD (and probably other BSDs
3994 +also). "term.c" now includes "termios.h" instead of "termio.h" in
3995 +non-linux system. Added a declaration for "tioold"---that was
3996 +missing---in the non-linux part of the DTR toggling code. Patch
3997 +submitted by Julius P. Malkiewicz <julius@sonartech.com.au>
3998 +
3999 +
4000 +------------------------------------------------------------------------
4001 +r12 | npat | 2004-08-11 19:03:48 +0300 (Wed, 11 Aug 2004) | 2 lines
4002 +Changed paths:
4003 + M /picocom/trunk/CONTRIBUTORS
4004 + M /picocom/trunk/Makefile
4005 + M /picocom/trunk/README
4006 + A /picocom/trunk/picocom.8.xml
4007 +
4008 +Added r1.3
4009 +
4010 +------------------------------------------------------------------------
4011 +r10 | npat | 2004-08-11 19:02:35 +0300 (Wed, 11 Aug 2004) | 3 lines
4012 +Changed paths:
4013 + A /picocom/trunk/CONTRIBUTORS
4014 + M /picocom/trunk/Makefile
4015 + A /picocom/trunk/TODO
4016 + M /picocom/trunk/picocom.c
4017 +
4018 +Added r1.2
4019 +
4020 +
4021 +------------------------------------------------------------------------
4022 +r8 | npat | 2004-08-11 19:01:25 +0300 (Wed, 11 Aug 2004) | 2 lines
4023 +Changed paths:
4024 + M /picocom/trunk/Makefile
4025 + A /picocom/trunk/NEWS
4026 + M /picocom/trunk/README
4027 + A /picocom/trunk/pcasc
4028 + A /picocom/trunk/pcxm
4029 + A /picocom/trunk/pcym
4030 + A /picocom/trunk/pczm
4031 + M /picocom/trunk/picocom.c
4032 +
4033 +Added r1.1
4034 +
4035 +------------------------------------------------------------------------
4036 +r6 | npat | 2004-08-11 18:59:25 +0300 (Wed, 11 Aug 2004) | 2 lines
4037 +Changed paths:
4038 + A /picocom/trunk/LICENSE.txt
4039 + A /picocom/trunk/Makefile
4040 + A /picocom/trunk/README
4041 + A /picocom/trunk/picocom.c
4042 + A /picocom/trunk/term.c
4043 + A /picocom/trunk/term.h
4044 +
4045 +Imported r1.0 sources
4046 +
4047 +------------------------------------------------------------------------
4048 +r1 | svn | 2004-08-11 08:02:59 +0300 (Wed, 11 Aug 2004) | 2 lines
4049 +Changed paths:
4050 + A /mu0
4051 + A /mu0/branches
4052 + A /mu0/tags
4053 + A /mu0/trunk
4054 + A /picocom
4055 + A /picocom/branches
4056 + A /picocom/tags
4057 + A /picocom/trunk
4058 + A /ppgplot
4059 + A /ppgplot/branches
4060 + A /ppgplot/tags
4061 + A /ppgplot/trunk
4062 +
4063 +Imported initial projects directory structure.
4064 +
4065 +------------------------------------------------------------------------
4066 Index: user/blkfin-apps/picocom/pcym
4067 ===================================================================
4068 --- user/blkfin-apps/picocom/pcym (revision 0)
4069 +++ user/blkfin-apps/picocom/pcym (revision 0)
4070 @@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
4071 +#!/bin/sh
4072 +exec picocom \
4073 + --send-cmd="sb -vv" \
4074 + --receive-cmd="rb -vvv" "$@"
4075 Index: user/blkfin-apps/picocom/pczm
4076 ===================================================================
4077 --- user/blkfin-apps/picocom/pczm (revision 0)
4078 +++ user/blkfin-apps/picocom/pczm (revision 0)
4079 @@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
4080 +#!/bin/sh
4081 +exec picocom \
4082 + --send-cmd="sz -vv -b" \
4083 + --receive-cmd="rz -vvv -b" "$@"
4084 Index: user/blkfin-apps/picocom/picocom.c
4085 ===================================================================
4086 --- user/blkfin-apps/picocom/picocom.c (revision 0)
4087 +++ user/blkfin-apps/picocom/picocom.c (revision 0)
4088 @@ -0,0 +1,1022 @@
4089 +/* vi: set sw=4 ts=4:
4090 + *
4091 + * picocom.c
4092 + *
4093 + * simple dumb-terminal program. Helps you manually configure and test
4094 + * stuff like modems, devices w. serial ports etc.
4095 + *
4096 + * by Nick Patavalis (npat@efault.net)
4097 + *
4098 + * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
4099 + * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
4100 + * published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
4101 + * License, or (at your option) any later version.
4102 + *
4103 + * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
4104 + * WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
4105 + * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
4106 + * General Public License for more details.
4107 + *
4108 + * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
4109 + * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
4110 + * Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307
4111 + * USA
4112 + */
4113 +
4114 +#include <stdlib.h>
4115 +#include <stdio.h>
4116 +#include <string.h>
4117 +#include <ctype.h>
4118 +#include <errno.h>
4119 +#include <assert.h>
4120 +#include <stdarg.h>
4121 +#include <signal.h>
4122 +#include <unistd.h>
4123 +#include <fcntl.h>
4124 +#include <sys/types.h>
4125 +#include <sys/stat.h>
4126 +#include <sys/wait.h>
4127 +#include <limits.h>
4128 +
4129 +#define _GNU_SOURCE
4130 +#include <getopt.h>
4131 +
4132 +#include "term.h"
4133 +
4134 +/**********************************************************************/
4135 +
4136 +#define KEY_EXIT '\x18' /* C-x: exit picocom */
4137 +#define KEY_QUIT '\x11' /* C-q: exit picocom without reseting port */
4138 +#define KEY_PULSE '\x10' /* C-p: pulse DTR */
4139 +#define KEY_TOGGLE '\x14' /* C-t: toggle DTR */
4140 +#define KEY_BAUD_UP '\x15' /* C-u: increase baudrate (up) */
4141 +#define KEY_BAUD_DN '\x04' /* C-d: decrase baudrate (down) */
4142 +#define KEY_FLOW '\x06' /* C-f: change flowcntrl mode */
4143 +#define KEY_PARITY '\x19' /* C-y: change parity mode */
4144 +#define KEY_BITS '\x02' /* C-b: change number of databits */
4145 +#define KEY_STATUS '\x16' /* C-v: show program option */
4146 +#define KEY_SEND '\x13' /* C-s: send file */
4147 +#define KEY_RECEIVE '\x12' /* C-r: receive file */
4148 +#define KEY_BREAK '\x1c' /* C-\: break */
4149 +
4150 +#define STO STDOUT_FILENO
4151 +#define STI STDIN_FILENO
4152 +
4153 +/**********************************************************************/
4154 +
4155 +struct {
4156 + char port[128];
4157 + int baud;
4158 + enum flowcntrl_e flow;
4159 + char *flow_str;
4160 + enum parity_e parity;
4161 + char *parity_str;
4162 + int databits;
4163 + int noinit;
4164 + int noreset;
4165 +#ifdef UUCP_LOCK_DIR
4166 + int nolock;
4167 +#endif
4168 + unsigned char escape;
4169 + char send_cmd[128];
4170 + char receive_cmd[128];
4171 +} opts = {
4172 + .port = "",
4173 + .baud = 9600,
4174 + .flow = FC_NONE,
4175 + .flow_str = "none",
4176 + .parity = P_NONE,
4177 + .parity_str = "none",
4178 + .databits = 8,
4179 + .noinit = 0,
4180 + .noreset = 0,
4181 +#ifdef UUCP_LOCK_DIR
4182 + .nolock = 0,
4183 +#endif
4184 + .escape = '\x01',
4185 + .send_cmd = "ascii_xfr -s -v -l10",
4186 + .receive_cmd = "rz -vv"
4187 +};
4188 +
4189 +int tty_fd;
4190 +
4191 +/**********************************************************************/
4192 +
4193 +#ifdef UUCP_LOCK_DIR
4194 +
4195 +/* use HDB UUCP locks .. see
4196 + * <http://www.faqs.org/faqs/uucp-internals> for details
4197 + */
4198 +
4199 +char lockname[_POSIX_PATH_MAX] = "";
4200 +
4201 +int
4202 +uucp_lockname(const char *dir, const char *file)
4203 +{
4204 + char *p, *cp;
4205 + struct stat sb;
4206 +
4207 + if ( ! dir || *dir == '\0' || stat(dir, &sb) != 0 )
4208 + return -1;
4209 +
4210 + /* cut-off initial "/dev/" from file-name */
4211 + p = strchr(file + 1, '/');
4212 + p = p ? p + 1 : (char *)file;
4213 + /* replace '/'s with '_'s in what remains (after making a copy) */
4214 + p = cp = strdup(p);
4215 + do { if ( *p == '/' ) *p = '_'; } while(*p++);
4216 + /* build lockname */
4217 + snprintf(lockname, sizeof(lockname), "%s/LCK..%s", dir, cp);
4218 + /* destroy the copy */
4219 + free(cp);
4220 +
4221 + return 0;
4222 +}
4223 +
4224 +int
4225 +uucp_lock(void)
4226 +{
4227 + int r, fd, pid;
4228 + char buf[16];
4229 + mode_t m;
4230 +
4231 + if ( lockname[0] == '\0' ) return 0;
4232 +
4233 + fd = open(lockname, O_RDONLY);
4234 + if ( fd >= 0 ) {
4235 + r = read(fd, buf, sizeof(buf));
4236 + close(fd);
4237 + /* if r == 4, lock file is binary (old-style) */
4238 + pid = (r == 4) ? *(int *)buf : strtol(buf, NULL, 10);
4239 + if ( pid > 0 </