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Use an Arduino with with USB HID support to control a project in Git

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Use an Arduino with with USB HID support to control a project in Git

The project provides a device that allows for a user configurable Git hub repository to be interacted with via a series buttons, switch, and many other I/O electronics. This is very similar to the alias process in Unix.

You’ll be able to press buttons:
1. Clone reposity
2. Goto Project
3. Get Changes
4. Find New
5. Merge New
6. Show Branches
7. Diff
8. Commit
9. Push

In the future yes/no, and enter buttons could be added. Lot’s of fun options.


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2 Comments

  1. OK, dumb question of the day-

    “What does HID mean?”

    Thanks!

  2. human interface device

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