serial and threads
natunika at gmx.de
Tue Aug 17 18:06:15 CEST 2004
I already found a solution using 'threading' instead of 'thread' :-)
natunika at gmx.de (Silke) wrote in message news:<39ba6e78.0408170215.59f5bfc0 at posting.google.com>...
> Hi all!
> I'm trying to write a program in python using the modules
> 'serialwin32' and 'thread' to create one thread that writes to a
> serial port and another one that reads from it at 'the same time'. My
> definitions are
> def NetworkToSerial(input):
> print "SENT: %s" % input
> def SerialToNetwork():
> result = s.read(1)
> print "RECEIVED:"
> print binascii.hexlify(result)
> and I call them with
> thread.start_new_thread(NetworkToSerial, (command,))
> thread.start_new_thread(SerialToNetwork, ())
> The first one seems to run fine, but for the second one I get the
> error message 'ClearCommError', 'the handle is invalid'.
> Does anyone have a clue whether maybe serialwin32 is not
> Thanks for your help in advance!
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