TLazSerial v0.1   
Serial Port Component for Lazarus (windows and linux).
by Jurassic Pork  03/2013
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 Based on  :
- SdpoSerial v0.1.4
  CopyRight (C) 2006-2010 Paulo Costa
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- Synaser library  by Lukas Gebauer 
- TcomPort component 

Features :
Changed :  baudrate values.
           stop bits  new value : 1.5
new event : onstatus
new property FRcvLineCRLF : if this property is true, you use RecvString
in place of RecvPacket when you read data from the port.

new procedure  ShowSetupDialog to open a port settings form :
the device combobox contain the enumerated ports.
new procedure to enumerate real serial port on linux ( in synaser).

Demo : a simulator of serial port gps + serial port receiver :
you can send NMEA frames ( GGA GLL RMC) to the opened serial port
(start gps simulator). You can change speed and heading.
In the memo you can see what is received from  the opened serial port.
In the status bar you can see the status events.

tested with windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.04
if you haven't serial ports in your PC you can use virtual ports :
To simulate  a paired serial ports on  windows : com0com   

2 - Linux
To simulate  a paired serial ports on linux : socat 
ex :  socat -d -d PTY: PTY:

To connect to a bluetooth GPS on Linux
echo connection to a  bluetooth GPS(/dev/rfcomm0)

sudo rfcomm bind  0 xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx 1

How to install the component ( lazarus version >=  1.x) :  

1 - Download the file LazSerial.7z (you must be logged in the forum  to see and download the file). 

2 - Open the file and uncompress it in the Lazarus/components directory.

3 - Open Lazarus IDE ,  Open the package ( packages/open a package file) LazSerialPort.lpk 

4 - Compile 

5 - Install


Sorry for my poor english but it isn't my natural language.

to be continued if it is usable ....