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Sun, 4 Aug 2002 14:43:50 +0200 (CEST)
On Sun, 4 Aug 2002 address@hidden wrote:
> Am Freitag den, 2. August 2002, um 23:25, schrieb Pawel Kot:
> > On Fri, 2 Aug 2002 address@hidden wrote:
> >> as you might remember, I am porting gnokii to MacOS X. I finally got a
> >> clean build. When I run (for example) gnokii --identify with the DEBUG
> >> macro set I get the output attached to the end of this mail.
> >> Can someone comment on it?
> >> Can this be a endianess problem?
> > No. I don't think so. Few things: use the latest version,
> I did, right from the CVS server
Seems impossible. Quiteing your original email:
[localhost:CVS_DIR/gnocci/build] roddi% ./gnocci --identify
GNOKII Version 0.4.0
> > Well, I
> > have really no idea about the IrDA stack in MacOS.
> Me neither. :-( There *no* documentation about it, nowhere. After some
> searching I found a kernel extension named AppleUSBIrDA.kext in
> /System/Library/Extensions. Seems to be a good candidate.
> Also the device /dev/cu.IrDA-IrCOMMch-b should be a good guess.
> Unfortuantely that's all I have.
Well, indeed irda support is currently linux-specific, but it has more
chance to work then connection=serial (IMHO). Other possibility is to try
openobex library (http://sourceforge.net/projects/openobex/). Authors
don't mention MacOSX there, but it might work. At least with small
modifications. If so, I can try to hack gnokii to be able to use openobex
to talk over irda port.
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