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Project Summary

IntroductionThis project aims to be a simple USB/HID user application space (hence no drivers needed) 100% python package.

Initially targeting simple HID devices management, the vision for this project is to be something similar to PySerial or PyParallel for USB/HID hardware enthusiasts.

AdvantagesAll python code, using ctypes Top level handling of HID events (usage events calling hook handlers) LimitationsDepending on your application you might find these limitations

Windows only (so far...) InstallationNo package releases yet. I expect to have it working by using easy_install. For now you can access the code using the svn repository.

I'm planning initially to have a mature pywinusb.hid name space (sub-package) implementatio

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hid python usb windows

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Project Security

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30 Day Summary

Sep 20 2020 — Oct 20 2020

12 Month Summary

Oct 20 2019 — Oct 20 2020