Cross-platform serial terminal console based on Python3 tkinter. Allows user to read serial traffic and send commands while a script is running. (by axs5489)


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axs5489/tkterm is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 only which is an OSI approved license.

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  • Multiple Windows | 2021-04-19
    I am working on something similar. I encourage you to take a look at You want the and files. Its far from complete, but I figure I'd save you some time. Serial uses a menu system to pop-up various settings windows, returning them to the main window. I wanted the ability to pop up multiple instances of Serial and have them not interfere with each other (closing the first one used to close all). I fixed that by instantiating a master windowing class (minimized via the withdraw command), automatically instantiating a Serial object and having the ability to add/remove them. My current problem is getting the master window to close when its run out of child windows.