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Graynomad

Hi Brijesh,

Is Simplot still written in .NET?

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Rob
Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

Brijesh

Hello Rob,

Yes SimPlot is still written in .Net. I used Visual Basic, thinking that it would be easier for others to modify and contribute.
I just created a project for SimPlot and hosted it on google code. Here is the link.

http://code.google.com/p/projectsimplot/

Brijesh

Graynomad

OK, I've been looking around for a base to start with a GUI for a debugger I'm designing.

http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,72014.0.html

I'm semi-familiar with .NET and that was my initial preference but I would rather have something that's cross-platform and your post led me to NetworkViewer which is written in QT. I have .NET so might download QT and play with that for a while as well.

Truth is I don;t know where I'll get the time, it will be a big enough job doing the sharp end let alone the GUI as well.

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Rob
Rob Gray aka the GRAYnomad www.robgray.com

reflexsa

Hi,

I can't seem to get the SimPlot to actually plot something.
I tried loading both your arduino examples onto my Uno and neither of which display anything in SimPlot.
It would appears that it is opening the COM port but then after that there is not communication judging by the leds on my arduino board.
If I tried to connect to it via hyperterminal while SimPlot is connected then it tell me the port is in use basically. So I know if is connecting.
If I do connect to it in hyperterminal it sends out a whole bunch of data.
I'm hoping I'm not overlooking something simple here but there isn't all that many buttons to press.

Is the visual basic project available to the public?

Please see the screenshot below of the blank SimPlot.

reflexsa

Ah. Pressing the reset button on the Arduino fixed it...

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