UART

lager uart

Connect to UART on a DUT.

lager uart [OPTIONS]

Options

--gateway <gateway>

ID of gateway to which DUT is connected

--serial-device, --serial-port <path>

Gateway serial port device path

--baudrate <baudrate>

Serial baud rate

--bytesize <bytesize>

Number of data bits

Options

5, 6, 7, 8

--parity <parity>

Parity check

Options

even, mark, none, odd, space

--stopbits <stopbits>

Number of stop bits

Options

1, 1.5, 2

--xonxoff, --no-xonxoff

Enable/disable software XON/XOFF flow control

--rtscts, --no-rtscts

Enable/disable hardware RTS/CTS flow control

--dsrdtr, --no-dsrdtr

Enable/disable hardware DSR/DTR flow control

--test-runner <test_runner>

End the UART session when end-of-test is detected

Options

none, unity

-i, --interactive

Run as an interactive TTY session

--message-timeout <message_timeout>

Max time in seconds to wait between messages from API.

--overall-timeout <overall_timeout>

Cumulative time in seconds to wait for session output.

--eof-timeout <eof_timeout>

Time in seconds to wait before closing connection after input EOF received

--display-job-id
--line-ending <line_ending>

Line ending for input - determines the bytes sent to the Device Under Test when you press Enter or Return

Options

CRLF, LF

--opost, --no-opost

Enable implementation-defined output processing for your local output terminal. Typically this will convert n to rn on output

Default

False