HHsim is free software distributed under the GNU General Public License. The official HHsimweb site is at ~dst/HHsim.The online documentation, including sample screen shots, is available on this website, and also included with the program when you download it. Alsoincluded are sample exercises that usethe simulator.
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You can launch Realterm from another application, eg matlab,excel, VB,OpenOffice, delphi. Alternatively use windows scripting, and write a simple .SCP file to launch and control it. You could even launch it from a web page to use as telnet client!
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I have tried install the Windows SDK 7.1 on Windows 10 and I get the same warning windows. Then I check the System Requirements on the download page, it supports following operating system. So I think it is incompatible with Windows 10. I suggest you download the Windows 10 SDK from following link.Windows 7, Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition (32-bit x86), Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard x64 Edition , Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista, Windows XP Service Pack 3
For the Windows 8 SDK, there was an explicit design point to try to trim down the size of the Windows SDK since it is included in all Visual Studio product downloads, as well as the expectation of having a number of them active at once (i.e. with VS 2015 you can end up with 4-5 full copies of different versions of the Window SDK). This is noted onMSDN, and the FWLINK provided there still points back to the Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET Framework 4.
I won't get into item 2 here, since it's off-topic as far as this thread is concerned, but item 1 isn't. The problem wouldn't exist at all if you didn't remove the 3.5 tools, or if I could get the 7 SDK to install on Windows 10 without relying on a hack. There are several posted on the web, none of which are viable for a professional application to rely on. For all the talk about "design point", "trimming down the size" (do you think disk space or the speed of a one-time only download are really critical issues these days), etc., nothing I've tried will allow me to install the 3.5 tools without installing the Community Edition (not Express, nor the "Build Tools" you posted, which is "pre-release" only at this writing). The Community Edition 2015 ISO file is a 1.9 GB download (actual installed program much larger no doubt), and all my customers need is "al.exe". So much for the new trimmed down SDKs - they're missing what I need so they're useless to me. Searching around the web, others have also complained that the 7 SDK won't install on Windows 10, which would at least be a remedy for item 1 above, and that their own software is now crippled or adversely impacted in some way (affecting both them and their customers). So please, with all due respect, spare me anymore "design points". This is just one of countless frustrating and expensive issues I've had in the past 10 years (compared to previous years). For all your good work, you guys just aren't thinking sometimes (or more accurately, you're thinking too much about yourself, and alienating a lot of developers). 2b1af7f3a8