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…Fare rather than handling the low level crypto1 itself.
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Pynfc - Python bindings for libnfc ================================== Requirements ------------ libnfc >= 1.7.0 python >= 2.6 < 3.0 Building -------- The bindings are constructed at runtime using ctypes. Just ensure the library is correctly installed. Examples -------- There is an example program included for conducting simple mifare authentication: python mifareauth.py Example output (bulk of the raw hex excised for space): Connect to reader: True Initialize Reader: True Field Down: True CRC False: True Parity True: True Field Up: True key: A0A1A2A3A4A5 ... T -> R: A2 7F 33 EE TR == Next(TN, 96): True R -> T: 8F A4 FA D1 T -> R: CA 9E 73 93 This indicates that it successfully authenticated to the requested block. Documentation ------------- The pynfc bindings should offer an intuitive, yet pythonic way of calling the standard libnfc API. This version of pynfc does not yet do that, it is currently just a duplicate of the C library calls without any strong python integration. As much as possible all libnfc commands are mirrored in the created nfc object. Please note whilst this does implement the full range of features found in libnfc, their use in python may be difficult or tricky to use. Pynfc requires much more development and time dedicated to it, before it will be useful as a production tool.