I don't. :) It sounds like this may not really have much to do with
On 11:59 am, email@example.com
>Has anyone had much experience with serial flow control in twisted?
>I've been using a twisted serial port in my gtk+ software for quite aAs you perhaps already know, Twisted's serial port support is
>now, and I can get xonxoff flow control to work, but for some reason,
>rtscts flow control isn't working (or I may be using it wrong).
>I'm connecting the software, via a usb-serial cable, to a Datalogic
>I've been able to replicate this problem with pyserial as well.
implemented in terms of pyserial - and the layer Twisted adds is very
thin. So the problem you experience with pyserial is probably exactly
the same as the problem you experience with Twisted, since the latter is
actually the same code as the former.
>Do you know that the device supports RTS/CTS? Do you know that the USB
>Without flow control on, I can for example, send a particular serial
>to the cradle, and the cradle replies instantly with it's software
>(as a string).
>If I scan a barcode, this also instantly shows up in
>(as a string).
>With xonxoff flow control on in both the software and cradle, the
>connection works exactly the same as having no flow control on.
>With rtscts flow control on in both the software and cradle however,
>cradle doesn't reply instantly with it's software version when the
>string is sent.
>However, a scanned barcode shows up instantly in the twisted/pyserial
>software, and if you've previously requested the cradle software
>the software version string only shows up directly after receiving a
>Am I doing something wrong, or does anyone know what might be going on
driver for the device supports it? Do you know that the USB driver
support for it is bug free? :)
Sorry I can't add anything more helpful. I think you want to be looking
for the problem at a pretty low level, though. Perhaps even at the
level of measuring voltage on the RTS pin...
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