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JSSC Vs jSerialComm or alternatives

 
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Hi,   For some years now I have been using Java Simple Serial Connector (JSSC) to implement serial communications with various devices in my test systems.  I am now at a point where I could jump ship to a new product.  JSerialComm has popped up as a possible alternative. Does anyone have any experience with the quality of jSerialComm or perhaps there is something else to consider ?

Thank you for your help.
Roy
 
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