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CAS Interface Tool for Linux

A command line tool for the CAS Interface family of hardware

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CAS Interface Tool is a command line program for controlling the CAS Interface family of hardware from Duolabs.

Currently this means the CAS3 Plus hardware (their current product), because that's the one I have. Older versions may one day be supported.

This project is developed on Linux, but the development tools and support libraries are available on Windows. The host program uses libusb and should compile easily on Windows.

See the Wiki page for more details.

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  • Basic control of IO ports on the CAS3 Plus Hardware
  • Various diagnostics to help with determining the hardware layout


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