Library for Gerry Stellenberg's P-ROC (Pinball Remote Operations Controller).
libusb-0.1.12: Install with the default /usr/local prefix. Version 0.1.12 has been tested on Mac and Linux. Mac users: If you want to use libpinproc under Cocoa or pygame, you may wish to try libusb 1.0. See below.
libftdi-0.16: Install with the default /usr/local prefix.
The pinproctest example requires yaml-cpp. Follow the build instructions, creating the build subdirectory. After building, from the main source directory, run the following commands to manually install it:
sudo cp lib/libyaml-cpp.a /usr/local/lib/ sudo mkdir /usr/local/include/yaml-cpp sudo cp include/*.h /usr/local/include/yaml-cpp/
libusb-1.0 and libusb-compat
Version 1.0.2 does not work out of the box since libftdi is written against libusb-0.1. You can use the libusb-compat-0.1.2 project, however, which creates a library that provides the older libusb interface. Because Macs do not come with pkg-config, you may need to run configure for libusb-compat as follows:
./configure LIBUSB_1_0_CFLAGS=-I/usr/local/include/libusb-1.0 LIBUSB_1_0_LIBS="-L/usr/local/lib -lusb-1.0"
Note that libusb-1.0 must have been built and installed prior to this step. This also assumes that you installed libusb-1.0 with the default /usr/local prefix.
Building with CMake
Download and install CMake. Then:
cd libpinproc mkdir bin; cd bin cmake .. make
The CMakeLists.txt file is presently designed to be run from a directory inside the libpinproc directory. This will build both libpinproc and pinproctest. Binaries will be placed in the directory that make was run from. We recommend 'bin', as it is the path expected by pypinproc.
Note: On some systems, it may be necessary to build libpinproc with the '-fPIC' option. To do this with cmake, instead of running 'cmake ..', run 'cmake .. -DCMAKE_CXX_FLAGS="-fPIC"'. Compiling without '-fPIC' may cause problems when building the python extensions on some 64-bit Linux machines.
Building in Windows with MinGW/CMake
Download and unzip ftd2xx for Windows zip file. Plug in a powered-up P-ROC and point the driver install wizard to the unzipped driver. Note, this is a two-step process. It will ask you to install a driver twice (once for USB and again for the FTDI specific stuff).
Download and install CMake.
Download and install MinGW. (Tested with MinGW 5.1.4)
Follow directions above for building yaml-cpp with the following exception: add '-G "MinGW Makefiles"' to the cmake command line.
To build libpinproc:
add the paths for ftd2xx.h (from the unzipped driver package) and the yaml-cpp/include/*.h files to the "include_directories" line in libpinproc/CMakeLists.txt.
either create the directory c:\usr\local\lib and copy libyaml-cpp*.a from the yaml-cpp build directory and ftd2xx.sys to it or add the location of those files to the "link_directories" line in libpinproc/CMakeLists.txt.
Follow instructions above for building libpinproc with cmake with the following exceptions: add '-G "MinGW Makefiles' to the cmake command line, use mingw32-make instead of make
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