Pete Batard | 1 Sep 14:45 2010
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[libwdi] libwdi v1.0.1 released

This is a formal announcement for the first official release (v1.0.1) of 
libwdi.

The aim of libwdi is to provide Windows application developers and 
driver makers with a convenient way of extracting and installing USB 
drivers on end-users systems. Such drivers can then be used with, but 
not limited to, libusb applications using libusb 1.0 or libusb-win32.

Main features:
- Automated driverless device detection
- Automated inf creation, using the name reported by the USB device
- Automated driver files extraction, for both 32 and 64 bit platforms
- Automated driver installation, including UAC elevation where necessary
- A single library, embedding all the required files. Can be statically
   or dynamically linked to an application, so that driver installation
   can be taken care automatically of when required.
- Ability to produce a single library that runs and can install drivers
   on any platform from Windows 2000 to Windows 7
- Ability to produce a single library that runs and can install drivers
   on both 32 and 64 bit versions of Windows

Additional features:
- Allows the embedding and selection of WinUSB, libusb0.sys (from
   libusb-win32) or your own USB driver (eg. WHQL drivers)
- Full locale support. API strings are UTF-8, and the generated inf is
   UTF-16.
- Open source, with a proprietary application friendly license (LGPL
   v2.1)

Source download:
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Xiaofan Chen | 1 Sep 15:31 2010
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Re: [libwdi] libwdi v1.0.1 released

On Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 8:45 PM, Pete Batard <pbatard <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> This is a formal announcement for the first official release (v1.0.1) of
> libwdi.
>
> Source download:
>   http://libusb-winusb-wip.googlecode.com/files/libwdi-1.0.1.tar.gz
>
> Installation and Compilation:
>   Please visit: http://libusb.org/wiki/libwdi_install

For the benefits of those users who do not want to build from source
and only interested in the driver installation of WinUSB and libusb0.sys,
Pete also provides the Zadig binary.
http://www.libusb.org/wiki/windows_backend

For libusb-win32 user: the inf-wizard utility after version 1.2.1.0 is
based on libwdi. It is meant only for libusb-win32 driver installation.

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Alan Stern | 1 Sep 19:45 2010
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Re: libusb_bulk_transfer

On Mon, 30 Aug 2010, cruiser wrote:

> 
> Aditionally,
> I findd out a documnet in this site.
> So, I try to add libusb_claim_interface(handle, 0); and
> libusb_set_interface_alt_setting(handle, 0, 0);
> But the result is the same with previous situation.
> And I can see next log...
> ERRO Aug 31 15:14:05 T538380256 libusb_claim_interface fail -6
> ERRO Aug 31 15:14:05 T538380256 libusb_set_interface_alt_setting fail -5
> 
> So, I try to detach Bluez Deamon. I confirmed the down to use "hcitool
> scan".
> But the result is the same.
> 
> what I have to do next? hum... hum...

You need to detach the Bluetooth driver, not the Bluez daemon.  Use 
libusb_detach_kernel_driver().

Alan Stern

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Greg KH | 2 Sep 03:56 2010

Re: [ANN] HID dumping tool

On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 10:51:41AM +0400, Nikolai Kondrashov wrote:
> On 08/19/2010 11:23 PM, Nikolai Kondrashov wrote:
> >I think I'll release a new version soon and you will be able to use a tag
> >instead of just master.
> OK, usbhid-dump 1.1 is released, you could use tag "1.1" now.

How would I do that (I've never messed with git submodules before.)

I applied your original patch and that seems to work here, anything else
I need to do?

thanks,

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Nikolai Kondrashov | 2 Sep 09:09 2010
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Re: [ANN] HID dumping tool

On 09/02/2010 05:56 AM, Greg KH wrote:
>> OK, usbhid-dump 1.1 is released, you could use tag "1.1" now.
> How would I do that (I've never messed with git submodules before.)
I guess going into usbhid-dump directory and running "git checkout 1.1"
should be enough. After that you could add the revision change to the cache
with "git add usbhid-dump".

> I applied your original patch and that seems to work here, anything else
> I need to do?
Well, no, apart from maybe adding a usbhid-dump/bootstrap call to
autogen.sh. Like this:

diff --git a/autogen.sh b/autogen.sh
index 668d8a3..2e7bfc5 100755
--- a/autogen.sh
+++ b/autogen.sh
 <at>  <at>  -1,5 +1,9  <at>  <at> 
  #!/bin/sh -e

+cd usbhid-dump
+./bootstrap
+cd ..
+
  #gtkdocize
  autoreconf --install --symlink

Sincerely,
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libusb Trac | 2 Sep 11:04 2010

Re: [libusb] #23: libusb_get_device_list OS X

#23: libusb_get_device_list OS X
-----------------------------+----------------------------------------------
 Reporter:  auser01          |        Owner:  hjelmn
     Type:  defect           |       Status:  closed
Component:  libusb-1.0       |   Resolution:  fixed 
 Keywords:  get_device_list  |       Blocks:        
Blocked By:                   |  
-----------------------------+----------------------------------------------

Comment (by susancai):

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Tim Roberts | 2 Sep 18:25 2010

Re: [libusb] #23: libusb_get_device_list OS X

 libusb Trac wrote:
> #23: libusb_get_device_list OS X
> -----------------------------+----------------------------------------------
>  Reporter:  auser01          |        Owner:  hjelmn
>      Type:  defect           |       Status:  closed
> Component:  libusb-1.0       |   Resolution:  fixed 
>  Keywords:  get_device_list  |       Blocks:        
> Blocked By:                   |  
> -----------------------------+----------------------------------------------
>
> Comment (by susancai):
>
>  Awesome!Thank you for sharing the tips! They are very useful. <a
>  href="http://www.jihoy.com">cheap advertising</a> |<a
>  href="http://www.jihoy.com/classifieds/Employment/5">jobs</a>|<a
>  href="http://www.astrabeds.com/mattresses.html">mattresses</a>

The psychology of this dreck fascinates me.  Is there really any human
being in the world who has bought a mattress by clicking a link in a
forum spam message?

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Greg KH | 2 Sep 20:50 2010

Re: [ANN] HID dumping tool

On Thu, Sep 02, 2010 at 11:09:07AM +0400, Nikolai Kondrashov wrote:
> On 09/02/2010 05:56 AM, Greg KH wrote:
> >>OK, usbhid-dump 1.1 is released, you could use tag "1.1" now.
> >How would I do that (I've never messed with git submodules before.)
> I guess going into usbhid-dump directory and running "git checkout 1.1"
> should be enough. After that you could add the revision change to the cache
> with "git add usbhid-dump".

But wouldn't that break the "subproject" type link and check in a "real"
version?  How is this going to work when I do a 'make distcheck' to
generate a tarball?  It looks like that works, but I want to make sure
here.

> >I applied your original patch and that seems to work here, anything else
> >I need to do?
> Well, no, apart from maybe adding a usbhid-dump/bootstrap call to
> autogen.sh. Like this:
> 
> diff --git a/autogen.sh b/autogen.sh
> index 668d8a3..2e7bfc5 100755
> --- a/autogen.sh
> +++ b/autogen.sh
>  <at>  <at>  -1,5 +1,9  <at>  <at> 
>  #!/bin/sh -e
> 
> +cd usbhid-dump
> +./bootstrap
> +cd ..
> +
>  #gtkdocize
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libusb Trac | 3 Sep 04:05 2010

Re: [libusb] #27: Libusb 1.0.6 Big Endian issue

#27: Libusb 1.0.6 Big Endian issue
------------------------+---------------------------------------------------
 Reporter:  mig_143     |        Owner:        
     Type:  defect      |       Status:  closed
Component:  libusb-1.0  |   Resolution:  fixed 
 Keywords:  Big Endian  |       Blocks:        
Blocked By:              |  
------------------------+---------------------------------------------------

Comment (by susancai):

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libusb Trac | 3 Sep 04:07 2010

Re: [libusb] #30: [PATCH] Darwin big endian issue

#30: [PATCH] Darwin big endian issue
------------------------+---------------------------------------------------
 Reporter:  mk          |        Owner:  hjelmn
     Type:  defect      |       Status:  closed
Component:  libusb-1.0  |   Resolution:  fixed 
 Keywords:              |       Blocks:        
Blocked By:              |  
------------------------+---------------------------------------------------

Comment (by susancai):

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 http://www.astrabeds.com/mattresses.html

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