lp:nfcpy

Created by Stephen Tiedemann on 2010-01-30 and last modified on 2016-04-21
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nfcpy
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284. By Stephen Tiedemann on 2016-04-21

nfcpy release version 0.11.0

283. By Stephen Tiedemann on 2016-04-21

do passive sense for data exchange target also in 212F for phones that use 106A exclusively for card emulation

282. By Stephen Tiedemann on 2016-04-21

treat tty device path as complete (non-globbed) only if also driver is specified (ex. for 'tty:USB0:acr122' raise IOError but not for 'tty:USB0'

281. By Stephen Tiedemann on 2016-04-21

bugfix: acr122 driver still used sense_dep with the obsolete passive_target parameter

280. By Stephen Tiedemann on 2016-04-15

bugfix: set tag._target attribute when a clf.sense was needed during communication with a type 2 tag and raise 'unrecoverable timeout error' when tag.transceive is called after a lost target

279. By Stephen Tiedemann on 2016-04-15

class TestError was changed to TestFail, replaced remaining occurences

278. By Stephen Tiedemann on 2016-04-15

added setup.py for future releases to the Python Package Index

277. By Stephen Tiedemann on 2016-03-23

disable pn53x 106A sync byte handling after activation as target; also always disable after active mode jump for psl

276. By Stephen Tiedemann on 2016-03-15

completed implementation of LLCP secure data transport (only Linux with openssl crypto library)

275. By Stephen Tiedemann on 2016-03-15

USB interface to PN533 on Windows can't be used twice (USB configuration is garbage after first use) - we can just catch the error and exit

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