[PD] Reading/writing a HID device current best practice?

Albert Rafetseder albert.rafetseder at univie.ac.at
Tue Sep 6 17:29:55 CEST 2022

Hi Phil,

Peter beat me to pointing out Deken (thanks!), but I can add:

I put that version on Deken, minimally updated from Hans's original to 
build on the Mac laptop I was using then. I put the sources here: 

I don't own a macOS/Apple Silicon machine, but I'm happy to collaborate 
and contribute the little that I know about [hid] and building Pd 
libraries. If you like, we can talk more, e.g. here: 

Best regards,

Am 04.09.2022 19:59, schrieb Philip Stone via Pd-list:
> Ah, I had checked Deken, but missed this, since I’m on a Silicon Mac.
> I will look into it to see if maybe I can compile a version.
> Thanks, Peter!
> Phil
> Date: Sun, 4 Sep 2022 10:27:37 +0200
> From: "Peter P." 
> peterparker at fastmail.com<mailto:peterparker at fastmail.com>
> Hi Phil,
> A search on Deken
> http://deken.puredata.info/search.html?libraries=hid&objects=&descriptions=
> brings up some results which might depend on the OS you are using.
> * Philip Stone via Pd-list <pd-list at lists.iem.at> [2022-09-04 00:14]:
>> Hello all,
>> I?m wondering what the current best course of action is for 
>> interfacing with a HID device in Pd. The older libraries from Hans 
>> don?t seem to be maintained; may I ask if anyone has any current 
>> experience with Pd and HID?
>> Thanks,
>> Phil Stone
>> Davis, CA

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