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DISCONTINUATION OF PROJECT. This project will no longer be maintained by Intel. Intel will not provide or guarantee development of or support for this project, including but not limited to, maintenance, bug fixes, new releases or updates. Patches to this project are no longer accepted by Intel. If you have an ongoing need to use this project, are interested in independently developing it, or would like to maintain patches for the community, please create your own fork of the project. Introduction: ------------- TODO Compilation ------------ TODO Working with the source code repository --------------------------------------- dleyna-server can be downloaded, compiled and installed as follows: Clone repository # git clone git://github.com/01org/dleyna-server.git # cd dleyna-server 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-server. 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. --enable-never-quit This option is disabled by default. To enable use --enable-never-quit. When enabled, dleyna-server-service doesn't quit when the last client disconnects. --with-log-type See logging.txt for more information about logging. --with-log-level See logging.txt for more information about logging. --with-connector-name Set the IPC mechanism to be used. --enable-lib-only This option is disabled by default. To enable use --enable-lib-only. When enabled, only the libdleyna-server library is built. --with-ua-prefix This option allows a prefix to be added to the SOUP session user agent. For example, --with-ua-prefix=MyPrefix can be used to change a default user agent string from "dLeyna/0.0.1 GUPnP/0.19.4 DLNADOC/1.50" to "MyPrefix dLeyna/0.0.1 GUPnP/0.19.4 DLNADOC/1.50". --with-dbus-service-dir By default, the dbus service files are installed in $(datadir)/dbus-1/services. This option allows to choose another installation directory.
dleyna-server is a library for implementing services that allow clients to discover, browse and manipulate Digital Media Servers. An implementation of such a service for linux is also included.
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