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Description: Echo command that dumps output to serial debug
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Version: 50.4
Date: 11 Mar 08
Author: Christian Rosentreter, AROS port: Matthias Rustler
Submitter: Matthias Rustler
Email: mrustler/gmx de
Category: utility/shell
License: BSD
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AROS port of SerialEcho

Original README:

Dumps a line to serial debug output

Copyright © 2005-2008 Christian Rosentreter. 
All rights reserved.


SerialEcho works like the AmigaDOS built-in command 'Echo',
but its output is redirected to the serial port instead
(which can be catched with another computer connected to
the serial port or a tool like Sashimi).

The MorphOS and AmigaOS m68k versions of SerialEcho are 
reentrant and can be made resident.



NOLINE - no linefeed is dumped at end of output

Usage Examples

Dump a single word:
    > SerialEcho Foobar

Dump multiple words/ single line:
    > SerialEcho Foo Bar
    > SerialEcho "Foo Bar"

Dump multiple lines:
	> SerialEcho "Foo*nBar"

Dump a single line, but w/o linefeed:
    > SerialEcho Foobar NOLINE


JÃŒrgen 'antibike' Lucas 
    - for the idea and spending a minute waiting until first working 
      version of SerialEcho was done. :)

License/ Disclaimer

see License.txt document.


Copyright © 2005-2008 Christian Rosentreter

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