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dleyna-core is a library of utility functions that are used by the higher level dLeyna libraries that communicate with DLNA devices, e.g., dleyna-server. In brief, it provides APIs for logging, error, settings and task management and an IPC abstraction API. https://01.org/dleyna/
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Introduction: ------------- TODO Compilation ------------ TODO Working with the source code repository --------------------------------------- dleyna-core can be downloaded, compiled and installed as follows: Clone repository # git clone git://github.com/01org/dleyna-core.git # cd dleyna-core Configure and build # ./autogen.sh # make Final installation # sudo make install These instructions are suitable for users who simply want to install and run dleyna-core. However, developers wishing to contribute to the project should follow a separate "Configure and build" step. Configure and build # ./bootstrap-configure # make The script "bootstrap-configure" cleans the repository, calls autreconf and then invokes configure with proper settings for development. These settings include the enabling of maintainer mode and debugging. Developers can remove autogenerated files with the following command # make maintainer-clean Configure Options: ------------------ --enable-werror This option is disabled by default. To enable use --enable-werror. When enabled, all warnings are treated as errors during compilation. Should be enabled during development to ensure that errors do not creep into the code base. This option is enabled by bootstrap-configure. --enable-debug This option is disabled by default. To enable use --enable-debug. When enabled, the make files produce debug builds. This option is enabled by bootstrap-configure. --enable-optimization This option is enabled by default. To disable use --disable-optimization. When enabled it turns on compiler optimizations. Disable = -O0, enable = -O2. --with-log-level See logging.txt for more information about logging.