Require pyserial 2.x #6

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ncoghlan commented Jan 17, 2016

It turns out there's an incompatibility between microrepl and pyserial 3.0, so this is the simplest possible workaround.

Require pyserial 2.x
It turns out there's an incompatibility between microrepl and pyserial 3.0, so this is the simplest possible workaround for now.
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You may prefer to actually fix the incompatibility, but reverting to an older pyserial was the simplest way for me to get a working microrepl environment up and running.

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ncoghlan commented Jan 17, 2016

You may prefer to actually fix the incompatibility, but reverting to an older pyserial was the simplest way for me to get a working microrepl environment up and running.

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I'll open an issue to address PySerial 3+. In the meantime this fix is simple, obvious and (most importantly) works. :-)

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ntoll commented Jan 17, 2016

I'll open an issue to address PySerial 3+. In the meantime this fix is simple, obvious and (most importantly) works. :-)

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See #7

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ntoll commented Jan 17, 2016

See #7

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