goSerial
goSerial
0.3.5

4.9

goSerial free download for Mac

goSerial

0.3.5
29 June 2011

Lets you talk to serial devices.

Overview

goSerial is an application that lets you talk to serial devices.

This type of application is often refered to as a 'terminal', because it mimics the behaviour of the terminal hardware that was used to communicate with servers and mainframes in the old days.

This version does not do any terminal emulation (VT100, etc.) though.

What's new in goSerial

Version 0.3.5:
  • Font
  • Number of Columns

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5 goSerial Reviews

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Redrider
23 November 2006

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Looks very promising. Please add VT100 support, the Mac is in desperate need of an alternative to Zterm.
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Version 0.2a
William-S
27 September 2012
0.3.5 still works great 10.8.2 Mac Pro
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Version 0.3.5
Redrider
23 November 2006
Looks very promising. Please add VT100 support, the Mac is in desperate need of an alternative to Zterm.
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Version 0.2a
Anonymous
01 January 2005
Damn, I was thinking to myself "what's wrong with 'tip'?" ... so I tried it... % tip tip: Command not found. What sort of BSD is this that doesn't have "tip"? Oh well, at least you can still get Kermit from Columbia.
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Version 0.1.8a
1 answer(s)
Guido-Sohne
Guido-Sohne
10 May 2006
I use screen instead ... $ screen /dev/tty.usbserial 19200 I'm going to give this program a try though ...
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Version 0.2a
Anonymous
02 October 2004
Just needed a quick way of testing the serial port using a keyspan USB adaptor. This application was just what I needed. I've used quite a lot of these types of application in the past and this one looks like quite good.
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Version 0.1.7 alpha
Anonymous
04 July 2004
Sorry, doesn't work - it tries to start and disappears immediately. Running it in a terminal gives lots of errors like: ZeroLink: could not load .o file: /Users/andreas/Developer/Projects/goSerial/build/CommX.build/goSerial.build/Objects-normal/ppc/ Looks like you've forgotten to bundle some things into the app.
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Version 0.1.7 alpha
2 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
04 July 2004
Looks like our posts crossed, I submitted the rewiew then refreshed the page and saw your update. Re-downloaded and it does start OK now. Sorry!
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Version 0.1.7 alpha
Furrysoft
Furrysoft
04 July 2004
I have to apologize. I really should double-check that it works on another machine before posting to macupdate. Thanks for your patience.
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Version 0.1.7 alpha