Good afternoon! I tried to let Arduino and the easy game programmign language Blitz3D (www.blitzbasic.com) communicate. Everything works fine, but after one minute, the arduino just doesn't react anymore on the incoming Serial-Bytes. The RX-LED on the arduino is blinking, but the action I want to let it perform if Serial.available() is higher 0 doesn't get executed. So I used the search function in the german BlitzBasic forums (www.blitzforum.de) and found this: http://www.blitzforum.de/forum/viewtopic.php?t=32107 Here someone uses the WriteFile-Method (I used the library, linked in the last post), but it seems like the topic starter has the same problem, and he's using a Serial emulating USB-Device too. So he used Portmon to see what his program and hyperterm are sending, and as you can see in this post: http://www.blitzforum.de/forum/viewtopic.php?p=337550#337550 hyperterm is sending far more than he does.
Does anyone have a solution for this?
Thanks, and happy 2010!
(Edited links, thanks for the tip)