USB CEC Adapter communication Library http://libcec.pulse-eight.com/
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This library provides support for the Pulse-Eight USB-CEC adapter. =============================================================================== === Linux === =============================================================================== libCEC needs the following dependencies in order to work correctly: * udev v151 or later * cdc-acm support compiled into the kernel or available as module * liblockdev 1.0 or later To compile libCEC on Linux, you'll need the following dependencies: * autoconf 2.13 or later * automake 1.11 or later * pkg-config * libtool * udev development headers v151 or later * gcc 4.2 or later * liblockdev 1.0 development headers To compile, execute the following commands: # autoreconf -vif # ./configure # make # sudo make install =============================================================================== === OS-X === =============================================================================== To compile libCEC on OS-X, you'll need the following dependencies: * autoconf 2.13 or later * automake 1.11 or later * pkg-config * xcode 3.2.6 or later To compile, execute the following commands (TODO: please verify): # autoreconf -vif # ./configure # make # sudo make install # Note: You may need to copy pkg.m4 to your m4 sources directory =============================================================================== === Windows === =============================================================================== To compile libCEC on Windows, you'll need Visual C++ 2010 or Visual Studio 2010 The installer needs the Windows DDK (Driver Development Kit) and Nullsoft's NSIS. To compile LibCecSharp on Windows, you'll need Visual C++ 2008 or Visual Studio 2008, because it is compiled against .NET 2.0. To compile libCEC, follow these instructions: * open /project/libcec.sln with Visual C++ 2010 or Visual Studio 2010. * build the project. To build an installer on Windows: * download and install NSIS. * go to /project and execute create-installer.bat to create the installer. * the installer is stored as /build/libCEC-installer.exe You will need both Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2010 to build the installer from the command line. To build with Visual C++ 2008 and 2010, you will need to manually build libcec with Visual C++ 2010 and then build LibCecSharp.sln with Visual Studio 2008. See create-installer.bat for the required steps. =============================================================================== === Debugging / Testing === =============================================================================== We provide a test client, named cec-client, to debug the device. To check whether the device can be detected, execute the following command: * cec-client -l "cec-client -h" shows a list of commands and options that are available. =============================================================================== === Developers === =============================================================================== We provide a C, C++ and .NET CLR interface to the adapter. C++ developers: * the API can be found in /include/cec.h * an example implementation can be found in /src/testclient/main.cpp C developers: * the API can be found in /include/cecc.h .NET developers: * add a reference to LibCecSharp.dll * an example can be found in \src\CecSharpTester\CecSharpClient.cs =============================================================================== === Developers Agreement === =============================================================================== If you wish to contribute to this project, you must first sign our contributors agreement. Please see http://www.pulse-eight.net/contributors for more information.