ComNG is a tool designed to focus on serial port communication, thus enabling you to cut down on the costs of the entire embedded system while still being able to transmit the information over a long distance. Among the top features of the tool, you can count highlighter, comNGLang syntax, breakpoint on certain text, timestamp append and name sign as all globally highlighted of the word you selected.
As you can see, one of the advantages of the tool stems from the fact that you can explore the data directly or like the developers like to dub it on-site data exploration. Since you check out the log in real time, you no longer need to copy it to other editors and look for the information you need. Moreover, it included highlighting provided by monaco editor text render, therefore saving your time and energy.
In addition to its unique features, the tool also comes with some standard options you can find with other similar tools, including hex receive, text transmit, baud rate customize, configuration of 8N1, drag and drop receive timestamp or file save and open. According to the developer, the program does not support the following feature hex transmit, flow control, file transmit or capture to file.
Support com1-com8 connection and com9 connection.
Extended command packets, fully supports comNGLang.
Highlight the word you selected while transmitting.
Hover over any word to get a pop-up help window.
All comNG commands including comNGAPI, comNGOK, comNGHALT and comNGLreceive.
Use hardware and software breakpoint to debug your source code.
Configure the serial port baud, data bits, parity and stops bits.
Customized baud, Word Boundary, First Line, New Line and EOL as well as Numeric value.
Set the receive signal time, name sign, append to name sign.
Drag and drop serial connection name to /opt/comNG/connection.
The serial port connection is implemented with a v loopback to the server. In that way, you only need to write the program for a client and a server, and when you run the server and a client program, the server will send the program to the client by loopback connection.
You can create a connection by drag and drop, then click the name to save and to open. You can see the files under the /opt/comNG/connection in this way.
Formally, this is a command line tool and a C++ program. No GUI is needed. You can use it on your development machine directly.
You can find more details in the readme.txt file in the package.
RFID cards 3.3V or 5V, EPC13220, EPC65, EPC32.
EPC7822 serial port:
You can choose your preferred card for the development board.
Group Email Accounts in One Folder
I have a group of users (administrators) that log in to one folder, and need to be able to see all of the emails (and other files in the directory)
Are you tired of losing many hundreds of hours trying to locate that single line of text or that single field in an image that you need for a particular problem? Do you have more than a hundred settings that you want to implement into your project quickly and easily? Are you sick of manually recreating and editing the settings necessary to make your changes stick? comNG is specifically designed for those people – and for all other users who may need to do the same.comNG by default, it changes all the settings of your serial port into a single “comNG-formatted” file you can easily send from one computer to the next. In short, comNG changes all of your serial port settings into a single.comNG file, and you then can quickly send the file to other computers on your network so the settings stick across all the computers.comNG is an open source utility written in C/C++/ASM, with support for Linux (x86, x86_64) and FreeBSD (x86_64).comNG uses less than 200k (compressed) of RAM and will run on any modern computer or notebook (Windows, MacOS, Linux).comNG also allows you to transmit your serial port data to a web server or FTP server and the data can be viewed in a browser.comNG can, of course, save its settings for use on other computers, or allow you to write your own modules to add more powerful features.comNG works over TCP/IP, so it can work on any networked computer, or it can work through a serial port on a computer that is no longer connected to the network.comNG is a single-user application, you are free to use it as much as you like for your own use. they must be removed from the bath before using it for daily sauna treatments. Here’s a three step process for removing massages from your drum.
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– Log file decompression with text highlight
– Highlight on and record line number
– Interactive highlight
– Highlight on all lines on the current selection
– Full featured insert, delete, search, drag and drop
– Record the received data on the current line
– Log file in a separate explorer
– Create, save and open log file in explorer
– Log file with all memory and text highlight in the explorer
The first thing you will notice is that you can access the data without creating a new window. The left side of the screen will show the original log file and all the lines are shown on the right side, with the highlighting color corresponding to the data of the data you select.
Users have also reported success with comNG in avoiding the need for serial wire debugging tools. This makes it useful if you need to do in-field modification or diagnosis on the configuration. It is also supposed to work with the newer versions of embedded systems, especially those that use newer developers of the Android platform.
performant stream data compression with support for hex [lines], 8-N-1, LZ-64, LZ-X
deliver uncompressed data
support various librarys:
zlib, lzip, bzip2, xz, deflate, gzip
supported by nedb
supported by cplusplus
filter based on compression distance
the login information of the comNG script can be reset by an administrator
the comNG script MUST be used ONLY within the same private network
the aditional tools of the comNG script must be unloaded to prevent other applications interfere with the comNG script
the aditional tools of the comNG script MUST not be compiled in the same process (which must be unloaded first)
the aditional tools of the comNG script MUST not be used together with an ssh client like in the example below
The comNG_gui_init() function opens the window and configures the basics.
The following values of the comNG_config() function determine the position of the window.
The wnd_Main() function, under the name wnd_Basic, opens the comNG interface.
void comNG_config(const char* nedb_path);
The serial port communication used to transfer data between a computer and a peripheral device. In some cases, however, these devices do not use a standard serial communications format. Such as RS232, RS422 or RS485. Some ports require special software to convert between different serial communications formats and your computer does not have it. comNGLang can help. It is an open-source software tool that converts serial data formats and connects both computers and devices. (The tool supports both Windows and Linux systems.) comNGLang supports several serial communications formats, including RS232, RS422, RS485 and 4-wire 3-digit. It has been used by developers to solve many issues and problems. comNGLang also has two different builds, tool and language tool. If you have a problem with parsing a serial data, you can use the tool to test and find the source. You can also save the serial data to a file with send text and see a real-time log of the transmitted data. Without comNGLang, you have to write the text of the data that you want to transmit separately. And even if you have saved it before, it is often impossible to tell which data was in the log. comNGLang provides a real-time log window, where the contents of the transferred data can be viewed and edited. To save the real-time log, you can drag and drop the text of the serial data from the log window to the file. comNG Language:
comNGLang is a combination of C# and C, and it is a free and open-source software tool. comNGLang contains a command set in C#, syntax highlighting, text and hex transmit, text receive, and timestamp append. You can also delete data in the real-time log and toggle the highlight on and off. Finally, you can also add a breakpoint and read a timestamp when the line is about to go through. Command Line:
comNGLang converts the serial data format and connects both computers and peripheral devices. To use the application you will need to install the comNG tool. Tool:
comNGLang also includes a list of available serial data formats and the correct format of the data to be transmitted. The tool can also export a list of the serial data formats that it supports. To use the tool, simply use the built-in editor, which is a text editor that renders the text of the serial data in mono style. This enables you to easily explore
OS: Windows 7/8/10
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.6GHz or better
Graphics: Intel HD 4000 or better
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 1.5GB available space
Additional Notes: Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2012.
Unzip the download, then copy the 3DMark folder to your hard drive.
Windows 10 is supported.