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A library to aid the use of Digi XBee radios in API mode (DEPRECATED)
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Welcome to libxbee! I have proveded sample code in the ./sample directory. Hopefully this will help get you up and running with libxbee. If you would like samples showing a different aspect of libxbee, then please do not hesitate to file an 'issue' on the project site, and I will get to it ASAP: http://code.google.com/p/libxbee/issues/list Documentation is avaliable via the man page system once you have installed the library, or as HTML in the 'doc' directory. $ man libxbee Please note that this project is still in development, so should not be used for any purpose other than learning/playing/testing etc... Basically don't use it to make money, and then hold me responsible if it breaks! Feel free to contact me directly with any queries: firstname.lastname@example.org For those of you that are planning to use this on an embedded board, I have included a small makefile (umakefile) that has only the information needed to compile the library. I suggest you use this instead! === Installation === To install simply type: $ make install For more information, or if you can't install it, please see the wiki: http://code.google.com/p/libxbee/wiki/install_libxbee === Usage === If you are compiling the object file directly into your executable instead of making use of the shared library, you must include the following link flags: -lpthread -lrt