Simtec USB stack updatedBy Chris Williams. Published: 22nd Sep 2003, 17:50:07 | Permalink | Printable
Minor speedups and enhancementsA new version of the Simtec USB stack is available, as announced on the RISC OS USB website.
Configuring your USB system
Version 1.55 reportedly fixes several minor issues, reduces the amount of system resources used and benefits from work done for Simtec's embedded customers. The updated stack and resources for developers are available online from the Simtec website.
Simtec USB podules are available from Stuart Tyrell Developments and a list of compatible USB devices can be found here.
Simtec USB resources
RISC OS USB wesbite
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