It has a few improvements:
- Now installs pyreadline if installed on Windows
- Added --list option to show detected serial ports
- rshell now tries to automatically set the buiffer size
- Is more verbose about what it's doing at startup.
Here's an example of what you'll get at startup now:
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Connecting to COM12 (buffer-size 512)... Testing if sys.stdin.buffer exists ... Y Retrieving root directories ... /flash/ Setting time ... Feb 03, 2019 18:30:44 Evaluating board_name ... pyboard Retrieving time epoch ... Jan 01, 2000 Welcome to rshell. Use the exit command to exit rshell.