You still haven't mentioned any specific use cases so it's hard to imagine
what you actually want this utility to do.
What would the utility do if I tell it to transfer data from a USB mouse to
a USB sound device? What would the utility do if I tell it to transfer
data from a USB networking device to a USB keyboard? Do you have some use
case that is less silly?
On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 8:46 PM, Mark Brandon Leavenworth <
> > 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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