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Jan 2016
Radu-Sebastian Amarie
@eek
Jan 31 2016 12:00
Hi! I just installed node-pcsclite, but the string data received from the transmit command returns k, actually any command I'm trying to get, either is an error or outputs k, I'm trying to read a TEXT string from a NTAG213 tag, anyone has any ideas on what kind of command or what I need to do to be able to read that?
Santiago Gimeno
@santigimeno
Jan 31 2016 15:03
Hi
Radu-Sebastian Amarie
@eek
Jan 31 2016 15:54
Hi! :)
any ideas? :( I got a acr1252 reader, and it's hard, I even tried python with nfcpy but I cant get it to recognise my reader, I don't have this problem in node-pcsclite :(
Radu-Sebastian Amarie
@eek
Jan 31 2016 16:54
I just need to read a ndef string :(
Santiago Gimeno
@santigimeno
Jan 31 2016 17:26
Sorry 4 the delay
I've never tried that
Santiago Gimeno
@santigimeno
Jan 31 2016 17:36
Don't you have any documentation for the reader with some sample code?
If it's in C / C++ it should be easily portable to use node-pcsclite
Radu-Sebastian Amarie
@eek
Jan 31 2016 18:02
the closest I found were written over libfreefare, which doesn't seem to see my device -> https://github.com/don/mifare-classic-js
the other one I found that has a method to actually readNdef is this one -> https://github.com/hackerhelmut/node-mifare
but has tons of errors when node-gyp tries to compile it
Santiago Gimeno
@santigimeno
Jan 31 2016 18:08
I don't know :(. Maybe open an issue in github and someone familiar with those readers may help you. Anyway, node-pcsclite is just a wrapper over the PCSC implementation, so if you find any working code in any language using PCSC it should work with node-pcsclite