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Never worked with a DLL...need some help.

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I'm trying to write a script that will take the info gathered on my scuba dive computer via a open-source libdivecomp so I can offl-load the data and run my own analysis on the numbers.

http://www.divesoftware.org/libdc/index.html

The DLL is fully documented but I've never worked a DLL into my scripts (I usually just code all this stuff myself; I'm halfway tempted to do that here as well).

I'm 25 years out of using C++ so I'm having a time with this. I'm looking over his device.h, hw.h, and suunto_vyper.h but not seeing anything that will help me out.

I'm using commg.dll 2.76 posted in the forums here and I know that the device settings are COM5,2400,8,2,1,0 (port,rate,bits,parity,stop,flow)

I just can't figure out what I need to send in order to get a response back from the device. AT commands just get echoed back (but then again that's a Hayes thing)

The flipside of this is that the com dll just doesn't work in x64 and that's the reason I'm not seeing anything... :D IDK.

Any help would be appreciated.

TIA

Edited by sshrum

Sean Shrum :: http://www.shrum.net

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Compile your script as 32-bit and use the dll normally. That should work.


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