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ANNOUNCE: RFIDIOt v1.0d released and code migration Oct 03 2012 07:16PM
Adam Laurie (adam algroup co uk)
I've migrated the RFIDIOt source code to
https://github.com/AdamLaurie/RFIDIOt. I realised one of the reasons I
haven't been doing many updates is because it's always such a faff
getting a new tarball together, updating the webpage etc., etc. Now,
should you be vaguely interested, you can simply watch the project on
github and get notified whenever a change is committed... Even better,
if you have updates you want to contribute, just fork and create a merge
request... (The first of which was Nick von Dadelszen's Android support
package). Sweet!

I will follow my usual practice of 'commit early, commit often', so
whenever I'm working on something, expect daily updates... Speaking of
which, I finally got around to bringing libNFC support up to date, so it
now works with libnfc 1.6.0-rc1.

From CHANGES:

v1.0c
fix reading unknown block size in readblock()
detect more ACS readers [Keith Howell]

v1.0d
port pynfc to new libNFC API (1.6.0-rc1)
add libnfc mifare command support (TODO: error handling)
*** note that early ACS devices such as ACR122-V1/TikiTag/TouchaTag are
not currently
working with native libNFC (V2 seem to work fine). This is a libNFC
issue.
However, ACR122-V1/TikiTag/TouchaTag devices can be used if libNFC
is compiled with
acr122_pcsc driver support, and then used in conjunction with
pcscd, in chich case
they should work as READER_LIBNFC and/or READER_PCSC types.
Android support [Nick von Dadelszen]

Full details here:

http://rfidiot.org/

enjoy!
Adam
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