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Is Snoopy supposed to work on Win ME platform? I just tried it out but nothing gets captured in the log window. The devices are properly reported though (a web camera and a digital camera). I followed the procedure as outlined in the help file.
I personally haven't tried WinME... I had somebody test it under Win98 and personally test under Win2K...
Might be an issue with the driver's though... As soon as the 'Steal-Entrypoints' feature is coded, all these problems should dissapear...
PS: try some other USB devices, like a mouse or joystick - with as little 3rd party drivers as possible (choose any compatible MS driver) - if that works, it's most likely a driver issue...
The digital camera uses Windows generic mass-storage driver (usbstor.sys) - it gets registered as a 'removable drive'. What I observe is that the moment the service is "installed" the device gets disconnected from the bus (e.g. 'Removable Drive (F:)' icon in 'My Computer' window disappears). If I unplug and plug again the device while the service is 'installed' nothing happens (the icon does not show up). However, when I 'uninstall' service the icon comes back.
Yeah, it's nice to have an export function but having a working one would be much much cooler
In particular, I have a problem with the XML not containing any useful information other than packets.
So for transfers which don't have a buffer and instead send the information as a "value" then the logfile is useless.
Mad props to whoever it is that reeccomended expanding all the packets and then saving to a text file.
Just wish there was a better way...
(writing driver for a *suppposedly* hid compliant joystick device, which isn't, at least as far as linux kernel is concrned.)
I guess you're talking about control transfers which have data in 'Index' and 'Value'...
How would you like those values output in XML - as attributes of the control transfer packet, or as individual fields "index"..."/index"?
ps: which joystick are you referring to?
I think that the output could be :
etc for each explained field
etc for each byte of packet
<BUFFHEADER> describe buffer</BUFFHEADER>
sorry if my xml is a little odd but i just have a very basic knowin of how it work.
the buffers may have many occurence (for iso at least).
I guess that other fields shoud only occur once.
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