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Probably 10 inches, though it's tapering down now, but decided to stay home and work on fun stuff - Beaglebone, RS485 multidrop bus, Python, FlowSharpCode for a client. So even though I'm not at my day job (hourly contract work) I'm still making $$$.

Here's a screenshot (I hope the link works) of what I've been doing.

The stuff on the left is the C# code that SFTP's the .py files to the Beaglebone when I click on the "Send Files" button (note it's part of the canvas)

The stuff on the right is the Python code for testing the dual UART on the cape my client built.

The way it works is, I run the C# app (FlowSharpCode compiles and executes it), edit the python files, click on "Send Files" which sends a message via WebSockets to the C# code, which then queries FlowSharpCode for the .py files and SFTP's them to the Beaglebone for testing.

At some point, I'm going to implement a wee little server on the Beaglebone so I can tell it to start the app and figure out how to redirect the Python app's STDOUT (that should be pretty simple, right, ah, but this is Linux Laugh | :laugh: ) and send the output back to FlowSharpCode to display in the output window.

Well, anyways, I'm having FUN! Jig | [Dance]

Marc
V.A.P.O.R.ware - Visual Assisted Programming / Organizational Representation

Learning to code with python is like learning to swim with those little arm floaties. It gives you undeserved confidence and will eventually drown you. - DangerBunny

Artificial intelligence is the only remedy for natural stupidity. - CDP1802

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