I did not understand what you mean by "programmer".

Everybody needs to compare strings when dealing with serial ports. In you
case, I think you need more than that to identify JTAGs. USB-Serial ports
usually follows the pattern
"(ttyS|ttyUSB|ttyACM|ttyAMA|rfcomm|ttyO)[0-9]{1,3}" used in the first
example you gave. I have never used JTAGs so I do not know how they work.

Lamarque V. Souza


On Sun, Jun 12, 2016 at 4:49 PM, patrick JP <patrickelect...@gmail.com>

> Hello,
> My name is Patrick, a GSoC student working at KDevelop with KDev-Embedded
> (Embedded development plugin for KDevelop).
> Right know I am having some problem to identify the programmer in the USB
> port.
> I am using something like this
> <https://github.com/arduino/Arduino/blob/8385aedc642d6cd76b50ac5167307121007e5045/arduino-core/src/processing/app/SerialPortList.java#L50>
>  and
> this
> <https://github.com/mupuf/arduide/blob/5fc1d7870d202e0c8710a633a38fb02ef0f03674/env/Device.cpp#L175>
>  with
> Solid.
> Someone can give an idea to how identify this USB interfaces like:
> USB-Serial and JTAGs ?
> Maybe by the VID/PID or using the string compare, but I'm not sure if it's
> the best solution to perform this operation.
> Thank you for the attention.
> Best regards,

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