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Software News   Software News : Added documentation and serial monitor tool to distcode
   posted by jeanluc72 on 5-Jan-2010 19:37:48 (1320 reads)
As promised, we added the following 2 goodies to our "distcode" package:

1. "how to" use distcode and cross-compiler in code::blocks (Linux)
2. A nice serial communication monitor for your Linux box (64bit and QT4.5 or higher needed), for watching your EXEC debug messages.

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You can download the updated package at os4depot.net, or directly from our website.

Have fun with it!
    

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