He Kees, On 08/05/2018 01:20 PM, Kees Bakker wrote: > First of all, who is the maintainer of driver_at? In other words, > who should I be asking questions about this driver?
As I'm the original author, I'd consider myself the author, but Vincent has contributed a lot. Asking on this mailing list was probably the best. Sorry for the delayed answer. > Is somebody using the AT driver? Is somebody using the URC facility? I'm using the driver in a production device, but without URC. I'm sure URC can be improved. I was thinking whether we can write a UART RX handler that can be switched to line-mode when needed (compared to bytewise handling), and then hook URC handling in there. I think we're all not entirely clear on how URC's are supposed to work in general, and if modems actually behave as expected. Most documentation states that URC cannot occur while a command is handled. When does that "handling" start? after sending the newline (AT<foo><CR>), or maybe after receiving AT? Could someone with a modem on the desk try, e.g, does "RING" arrive after typing "AT"? Kaspar _______________________________________________ devel mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.riot-os.org/mailman/listinfo/devel