If you are looking to support some usb generic devices then probably first you
have to select what those devices / silicons are and then write your own
generic wrapper using libusb libraries if they work with your selected
for documentation of generic usb driver refer libusb details at
Hope this helps....
> On Sep 20, 2016, at 8:46 PM, Mark Brandon Leavenworth
> <theleavenwor...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Sep 20, 2016, at 7:45 PM, Kustaa Nyholm <kustaa.nyh...@planmeca.com>
>> However: a 'device' is such a loose term that if we take it literally
>> then this is not feasible. You can't just read from or write to a device.
> Dear Kustaa,
> The data from any device is readable according to the firmware driver that is
> used with it. Some drivers can be used with multiple devices and some devices
> can be used with multiple drivers. It's no wonder you're confused about the
> intent and purpose of such a proposed utility/app, as the situation with
> devices and drivers is currently confused. The intention of this proposal is
> to produce a means whereby the current confusion can be simplified and
> clarified for the user and for development, without hindering additional
> confusion and complexity where needed but providing for free and easy
> development and deployment of unifying standards wherever and whenever
> convenient and/or possible.
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