What do you mean by that?
May be it is difficult to understand and I should make my intentions clear: I implemented a program using Microsoft's .Net Framework 2.0, System.IO.Ports.SerialPort. I was able to access any kind of serial ports; virtual ones from Eltima, USB-to-Serial Adapters from Prolific, and physical serial ports. However, there is a nasty bug in the implementation: Closing a port which was accessed by a thread different from the manin thread raises an uncatchable exception.
That is why I'm evaluating Franson Serial Tools. My options are to implement the functionality I need on my own, or to purchase a third-party product. If I do the latter, then it is to solve a problem, not to introduce new ones.
Can you understand that I'm irritated by your reply?
Originally posted by johan
If you want to understand the cause of things, you investigate it and solve it. If not, then you stop at earliest convenience.