On Thursday, October 23, 2003, at 11:41 AM, Barry Twycross wrote:
At 11:22 AM -0700 10/23/03, Smith Kennedy wrote:
So if they are both alternates to the same interface, and they are
vendor-specific (as was described below), how does that affect
things? In particular, how does the fact that they are both
vendor-specific affect the possibility of simultaneous connections?
Only one Alternative on an interface can be active at once. Being
vendor specific doesn't affect that.
If the device wants to simultaneously use 2 Alts of the same
interface, that's not an eccentricity, that's just plain wrong.
USB, it's not a Dyslexic BUS. (Thanks to TC.)
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