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I’m (finally) starting to set up my home for automated electronics. The
first bit I’m working on will be for the Russound CAV6.6, though
(looking at their various API documents) it should be largely
applicable to various RS-232-controlled devices from Russound.
Last time I checked, there wasn’t any (usable) serial-port extension
for Ruby. Thus, how are you planning to have Ruby communicate via
Is anyone interested in controlling this product, or other Russound
products, using Ruby code? If so, please let me know. I’m trying to
decide between hacking together what I need versus writing a flexible
library that others may use.
The library, it seems to me, would simply be an extension/relative
of the IO class which keeps state information about the particular
Russound device being controlled, correct?
If so, you’d probably hacking in this direction anyway, so get
something working first and then integrate your work into a library.
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