Joel.Sherrill at OARcorp.com
Thu Feb 20 16:15:21 UTC 2014
If you do that, you won't get the driver at all. Your code is correct and just reopening the device and changing the settings.
The issue is what to do with stdin, out, and err if you reuse the physical device.
On Dec 23, 2013 12:46 PM, Wendell Silva <silvawp at gmail.com> wrote:
To avoid the console driver to be initialized by the BSP, I guess it is sufficient to remove the CONFIGURE_APPLICATION_NEEDS_CONSOLE_DRIVER from your "system.h".
2013/12/23 Nicolás Alvarez <nicoalar.22 at gmail.com<mailto:nicoalar.22 at gmail.com>>
I'm trying to use the raw uart driver interface, but it looks like that the bsp is initializing the console driver. How can I avoid this? I have read that someone use the console driver in "raw mode", is it the right way?
Ing. Nicolás Alvarez
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