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Free Kermit source for windows?

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Currently I am using hyperterm on windows 2000 to send files over to my device through kermit
I am looking for free or sample source code/libraries for my C libraries on windows to use kermit protocol easily

thankx

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You can check this one as well http://www.sysinternals.com/win9x/utilities/ctrl2cap95.shtml
from the sysinternals team.
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it's not free for windows
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Did you try the 2nd link (sysinternals) ? (assembly)

You have this as well http://www.columbia.edu/kermit/ckdaily.html
(said it compiles on windows)

But I think the best link is still http://www.columbia.edu/kermit/ck80.html
Download the source code for unix and have a look - not that big.
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