pas-libusb -- Object Oriented wrapper for LibUSB
libusb provides access to USB devices in user space.
This project provides Pascal header translations plus an object-oriented wrapper for convenience.
Note: Currently only the legacy version 0.1 of libusb is supported. The new version 1.0 introduced major changes in the API and will be supported later.
Copyright (C) 2012 Johann Glaser <Johann.Glaser@gmx.at>
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- Header translations and OOP wrapper.
- Example for the direct usage of the OOP wrapper. This directory also has a
$ cd src/examples/ $ make
For further information see the comment at the top of src/examples/testfirmware.pas.
Simply add the units
USB to the uses-clause of your
program. Derive from the class
TUSBDevice to implement your custom driver.
EZUSB provdes the class
TUSBDeviceEZUSB to interface to the
Cypress EZ-USB AN2131 microcontrollers. It provides functions to access the
on-chip SRAM and to download its firmware.
This project was compiled with FreePascal 2.6.0 on Linux.
- The USB Interface of the Velleman k7103 PC Storage Oscilloscope http://k7103.sourceforge.net/ uses these units to communicate with the hardware.
- EZ-Tools is a command line tool for generic access to devices with a built in Cypress EZ-USB AN2131 microcontroller.