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USB Host Library 3.0-Alpha

Posted on Thursday, July 16th, 2015 in library, USB by DP

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Oleg over at Circuits@Home writes:

The alpha of the third revision of USB Host library has been posted on GitHub. The code has been extensively re-organized to make it modular and generic; as a result, it is now possible to run it on more Arduino compatibles and also use native USB Host hardware on some of them. At the time of this writing, USB Hub and Mass Storage classes are supported, the work on migrating the rest of device drivers is in progress.
The code is to be used with Arduino IDE 1.6.1 or newer, please upgrade before attempting to compile it. Also, please read the README file for more details. If you encounter any issues, post them in the issue tracker on GitHub.

The credit for this commit goes to Andrew Kroll – thank you!

Available at Github.

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