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How does one send simple serial data using built in serial ports from a carbon application?  I need to send and receive RS-232c Serial data from my carbonized application, but I understand the Communications toolbox is unsupported under carbon?  If this is true, how does one send/receive serial data other than the ridiculous complexity of open transport?  I need code example on how to identify the ports, open one and set it's com specs (baud, bits, parity, etc.), send data aynchronously and receive data asynchronously.  This used to be fairly simple with Comm Toolbox but what do you do with carbon.  Can you make comm toolbox calls from carbon app under MacOS 9.x?  I don't need it yet under MacOS X, besides MacOS X provides a new way to serial I/O, I think.
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I am sorry I don't know your answer.  But I highly suggest that if you are doing any developement whether it's Cocoa or Carbon getting on the mailing lists.  There is a Carbon development mailing list you can find it at:  http://lists.apple.com/mailman/listinfo

I'm sure someone there can answer your question.

Good luck.
Matt
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what is the status with this question?
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I have not gotten an answer yet, the mailing lists suggested by mudface have not revealed anything useful yet.  I am still hoping someone can answer this we some example code.
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So you have posted your question to the mailing list?
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If you don't care about macosX at all you can just use the old way of doing things (open transport or comm toolbox) you just have to trick the compiler into letting you use the non carbon headers. Probably the easiest way is to put all of your comm toolbox calls into a seperate shared library that is not carbon, and import that shared library into your project (you can then create a OSX version later and decide at runtime which to load).
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