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README

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libftdi version 1.0
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libftdi - A library (using libusb) to talk to FTDI's UART/FIFO chips
including the popular bitbang mode.

The following chips are supported:
- FT4232H / FT2232H
- FT232R  / FT245R
- FT2232L / FT2232D / FT2232C
- FT232BM / FT245BM (and the BL/BQ variants)
- FT8U232AM / FT8U245AM

libftdi requires libusb 1.x.

The AUTHORS file contains a list of all the people
that made libftdi possible what it is today.

Changes
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* Ported to libusb 1.x (initial work by Jie Zhang)
* Many eeprom handling improvements (Uwe Bonnes, Anders Larsen)
* Renamed pkconfig, library .so etc. files to "libftdi1" (Intra2net)
* ftdi_eeprom is part of libftdi now (Intra2net)

* New baudrate calculation code + unit tests (Uwe Bonnes and Intra2net)
* Improved python bindings including python3 support (Michel Zou)
* Switched completely to cmake build system (Intra2net)
* cmake: Easy libftdi discovery via find_package() (Michel Zou)
* eeprom handling now done via get()/set() functions (Uwe Bonnes)
* C++ wrapper: Fixed use-after-free in List::find_all() (Intra2net)
* Documentation updates (Xiaofan Chen)
* See the git history for more changes and fixes

You'll find the newest version of libftdi at:
http://www.intra2net.com/en/developer/libftdi


Quick start
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mkdir build
cd build

cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX="/usr" ../
make
make install

More verbose build instructions are in "README.build"

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