HubTool and BrainStem Development Kit
This download includes:
- HubTool applicaiton
- StemTool application
- C/C++ Library
- Python Module
- .NET Library (MS Windows only)
- LabVIEW Library (MS Windows only)
- Example Code for all Libraries
- Firmware update tool
- Arc compiler
March 5, 2019
BrainStem2® Support Package Release
The BrainStem Release 2.7
The BrainStem 2.7 release is mainly comprised of behavioral changes and bug fixes.
These changes are unlikely to affect users existing code; however, recompiling
and linking against the new dll will be required.
* USBCSwitch: Starting in the 2.6.5 release it became necessary for the user to
check the returned error for aErrBusy when working with the mux and usb entities;
This is no longer required. The USBCSwitch will now ensure execution of the command
* discoverAndConnect: In previous releases it was possible to connect to any
Acroname device from any object type when doing a simple discoverAndConnect;
This behavior has changed. Now an object of USBHub3P will only connect to
USBHub3P device when using discoverAndConnect.
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