udev-discover is a very useful tool for all developers who use to deal with hardware. It use GUdev to get the info and has a very nice features to make the hardware integration debugging easier.
It was inspired on the old GNOME Device Manager (which was based on the HAL Device Manager), which wasn’t no longer active after the migration from HAL to GUdev, but then he added some very nice features such a search box, debug output console, the possibility of select the subsystems you want to be shown, follow the signals and new devices pluged in realtime and much more.
I have to say that I use it a lot lately and I’m very happy with it
- I forgot to link the code which is (by now) hosted at Github until Félix move the project to GNOME infrastructures.
- I also forgot to mention that I got it working fine at Ubuntu Oneiric, but it has a little bug about one path which is already reported. Félix told me that a minor version with this and other minor bugs fixed will be released very soon along with packages for Oneiric at the ppa.