makes writing applications for Monomes easy.
|bindings||fixed inheritence problems with MonomeGridEvent in python bindings,|
|contrib||Moved get_cython() out of configure.|
|doc||remove ./configure and makefiles|
|examples||fixed inheritence problems with MonomeGridEvent in python bindings,|
|public||Add monome_get_proto() to the public interface and implement it|
|src||fix a segfault when opening an osc:// device|
|utils||remove ./configure and makefiles|
|.gitattributes||Cleanup of Git metadata.|
|.gitignore||initial steps to move to the waf build system|
|.travis.yml||travis-ci: disable clang|
|COPYRIGHT||--enable-debug waf configure option|
|README||add build instructions to the README|
|waf||add cython conf checks and options|
|wscript||configure time option for embedding protocols in libmonome|
libmonome v1.2: libmonome is a library for easy interaction with monome devices. It currently runs on Linux (on which it is primarily developed), OpenBSD, and Darwin/OS X. It was developed to make monome devices easy to use with programming languages like C and Python, and adding wrappers for use in your favorite language with a suitable FFI is straightforward. libmonome has support for 40h and series devices through a unified API, and by default includes a third backend which wraps around the OSC protocol and presents the same API as a physical device. This means that a program written using libmonome can, at runtime, decide whether to communicate with a running monomeserial instance over OSC or whether to access the physical device directly. build like: $ ./waf configure $ ./waf $ sudo ./waf install libmonome was written by william light (visinin on the monome forums). You can contact him at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.