@vladimir Thank you very much for adding such a useful capability to the IAS. Eagerly waiting for it.
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Changing the session properties on the fly is very important in debugging systems especially hardware; for example, in a serial session, being able to change baud rate dynamically in the script is very useful e.g you don't know the target system's baud rate and you want to sweep all the possible baud rates; or as another example, as a common practice, you multiplex one serial port to two; one is high speed and the other is low speed; so you want to switch to different rates on the fly.
Does anyone has any idea how to do this in script?
For example, can you please provide an example how to read the status of RTS/CTS for example from the script either in main() or onLogRecord?
Well, in building test benches, keeping an eye on things like total bytes, throughput and status of lines like DSR/DTR and even RTS and CTS (when they are used as IO) is important. Although I don't need information like CRC things, but I assume for other use cases accessing that can be useful.
Is there a possibility that we can be able to read the values of properties in the script? For example, if you have a serial session, I would like to be able to read, say "RX total bytes"; even if I be able to read this on a "onLogRecord" event, it would be fine.
Thanks in advance for your time.
I would like to be able to have two or three different sessions and write only one script to deal with all sessions at the same time; for example, on one script I would like to have onLogRecord event for each and every session.
This feature is very useful in building testing devices/software with multiple sockets/communication channels.
Does IO Ninja have this capability?