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I need MCP2210 dll header file for C/C++

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I use BorlandC/C++ and MVC/C++ to develop software. The examples and code for the MCP2210 Breakout Module are in C# and vb.
I can put the dll MCP2210DLL-M.dll in my project but I need the header file for C (*.h/*.hpp) for the prototypes variables and functions calls.
 
Where can I get it?
 
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    Re:I need MCP2210 dll header file for C/C++ 2013/05/26 01:50:08 (permalink)
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    Hi Everybody,
     
    I would like to use the library in unmanaged C++ code as well. I really appreciate it if you could  provide the necessary headers/libs. If it is not possible I would be very grateful that you could make a dll what I can call from unmanaged code. The following link describe the procedure.
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/828736
     
    Thank you in advance,
    Laszlo
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    Re:I need MCP2210 dll header file for C/C++ 2013/09/09 04:57:12 (permalink)
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    Hello,
    For those who want to interface MCP2210 here is an alternative solution while Microchip releases its own driver.
     
      You can handle any HID USB device(including MCP2210) with this library: http://www.signal11.us/oss/hidapi/
      You can open and communicate with your MCP2210. This library provides low level communication, so you have to make the whole command according to the manual of the MCP2210.  
    Here is a C library which can handle the device. http://www.kerrywong.com/.p2210-library-reference/
      It also uses the HID-api so it is a good starting point. I use Windows for developing, and I had to modify the source for the error-free communication. 
      Now I work on the C++ OO version of the diver. 40% of it have completed. I am going to share the dll if I finish it. 
     
    Hope I can help.
    post edited by perimeno - 2013/09/09 05:32:35
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