libticables takes care of sending / receiving data on the link cables, and it forms the basis for arbitrary protocols: in libticalcs, both TI's protocols and a protocol of our own (ROM dumping) are implemented.

The functions for speaking raw TI's DBUS / DUSB protocols on top of libticables, and many other previously internal functions, were hardened and exported in the last few releases (so that people don't have to copy & paste fantastic amounts of code if they want to make small extensions), but I don't think you want to talk DBUS / DUSB.
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