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Project: USB C++ library

Hi all,

after returning to C++ after years, i'm very hyped to play with C++20 and all the shiny new features.

I planned to implement a C++ only USB library (like libusb) without any C bindings. I looked around, and didn't find such a project.
My question is: Has somebody done this already and my search-engine foo is just to bad?

My goal is a usable library, that also should be a little showcase of C++20 features like span, ranges::view, byte, ....

I've heard many times, that such things are so much more efficient to implement with C. And we all know, this is bullshit ;)

PS: I'm aware of libusbp, but this is mostly C98 Code with a C++ interface.
Dec 18 '20 #1
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