Where to download Bray's Terminal from?

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Hey anyone knows from where can i download the Bray's terminal(http://www.avrfreaks.net/index.php?module=FreaksTools&func=viewItem&item_id=293 Its homepage http://bray.velenje.cx/avr/terminal/ is not working..

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thanks..

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"I didn't know it was impossible when I did it."
https://sites.google.com/site/terminalbpp/

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bray wrote:
New web address....

http://braypp.googlepages.com/terminal

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Bray! I was wondering if you were still around. Out of curiosity, what is new in the latest version? By the way, I've been loyally using your tool for something like 2-3 years now.

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Heck of a good program. Use it all the time. Thank you!

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Bray, by far my favorite microcontroller interfacing program -- thanks!

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nleahcim wrote:

Bray! I was wondering if you were still around. Out of curiosity, what is new in the latest version? By the way, I've been loyally using your tool for something like 2-3 years now.

Hello

What's new? Hmmm...depends on what is your last version. There were some major changes on com port scanning and selecting (up to com32) and small bug fixes. If you can tell me version date i can tell you some more details.

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"I didn't know it was impossible when I did it."
https://sites.google.com/site/terminalbpp/

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Bray,

I just made a $50 donation to you since I mention your program in my book and I've used it a lot in my own development work. I'm making this public in the hopes that others who use your terminal will be motivated to also donate to you for your excellent work.

Smiley

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bray wrote:
nleahcim wrote:

Bray! I was wondering if you were still around. Out of curiosity, what is new in the latest version? By the way, I've been loyally using your tool for something like 2-3 years now.

Hello

What's new? Hmmm...depends on what is your last version. There were some major changes on com port scanning and selecting (up to com32) and small bug fixes. If you can tell me version date i can tell you some more details.

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I have been using 20040714. I just noticed that when running the latest from your website it seems to access the Internet. Why is this? (checking for updates perhaps?)

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Huh...I am really glad to hear that something i'm doing since 1997 is useful for someone else. Yes, it's more than 10 years now. ;)

smileymicros wrote:

I just made a $50 donation to you since I mention your program in my book and I've used it a lot in my own development work. I'm making this public in the hopes that others who use your terminal will be motivated to also donate to you for your excellent work.

Smiley, many thanks!

nleahcim wrote:

I have been using 20040714. I just noticed that when running the latest from your website it seems to access the Internet. Why is this? (checking for updates perhaps?)

Huh...there was a lot of changes since 20040714.
Here is my "WHAT WAS DONE" list ;)

14.07.2004 - more scripting, rxclear bugfix
  16.07.2004 - ascii table fixes
  22.07.2004 - rescan ports and only connect button, resize bug
  26.07.2004 - new script functions
  28.07.2004 - TCP/IP remote
  31.08.2004 - shrink panels
  01.09.2004 - version with 12 com ports
  05.09.2004 - auto sctoll in hex mode
  16.09.2004 - selectable TCP remote port
  27.09.2004 - request/response form
  18.10.2004 - scripting - SetRTS, SetDTR
  29.10.2004 - longer repeat delay 99999ms
  04.11.2004 - new macro settings form
  05.11.2004 - 512k send file buffer, macro buttons on main form
  07.11.2004 - scripting - Graph_Clear, Graph_Text, ...
  17.11.2004 - highlighted macro buttons in auto mode, script filename
  22.12.2004 - scripting - Graph_Rx
  01.01.2005 - RxMemo savetofile...
  03.01.2005 - add CR/CR+LF, show & hide buttons and com settings
  08.01.2005 - send file delay
  09.03.2005 - better delay function in scripting
  10.03.2005 - wider range for macro delay 0000-9999ms (%DLYxxxx)
  12.06.2005 - invert option for RTS (RS485)
  07.10.2005 - cpystr in scripting (could be removed or changed)
  07.10.2005 - %SUM command
  09.10.2005 - open file
  27.12.2005 - macro naming
  20.01.2006 - COM10 bugfix
  11.02.2006 - remote port select
  26.02.2006 - custom BR bugfix (must reconnect to change value)
  20.04.2006 - new comport selection engine ;)
  25.04.2006 - request response
  20.09.2006 - no more con/disconnect from keyboard(PK), char delay for macro
  12.07.2007 - com20 bugfix
  10.08.2007 - comxx fix

About net access...
You probably get a warning from your firewall, right?
This is because terminal is trying to "listen" on port 23 (telnet port). This is a feature that was added in v20040728 for TCP/IP remote control. It works but it's still some kind of experimental thing.
Let me explain how this works and maybe be useful.
For example...if you have two PCs on your local network and only one have COM port you can connect your com device to this PC and run terminal on it and then remotely connect to this PC from another. All you have to do is to open command prompt and telnet to PC with COM port (telnet 192.168.x.x). Now you can communicate with terminal via ethernet. All you type is transfered into Tx window and all from Rx window will be displayed.
I hope this will help.

"I didn't know it was impossible when I did it."
https://sites.google.com/site/terminalbpp/

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