Oliver, Seems you haven't looked at the patch yet! ;) Am 22.05.2008 um 23:26 schrieb Oliver Ruiz Dorantes:
during the following week, I will apply first Adrien patch and then yours.
Do *not* apply Adrien's patch first, it includes changes to build/jam/ HaikuImage, which shouldn't go in yet.
My patch includes all parts from Adrien that I hope are okay, namely src/bin/Jamfile, src/kits/Jamfile, src/servers/Jamfile and src/add-ons/ kernel/drivers/Jamfile. I guess I should split my patch up to make this clearer. :)
The patch integrates the bluetooth directories and the bt_dev_info command into the Jam build system, just like Adrien's patch did.I may add the bt_discovery one
Didn't notice that, should be added too of course.
if the Development package is installed as well, a symlink for libbluetooth.so.I have not understood this part, nor i am not familiar, symlink where?
See the patch! ;)/boot/develop/libs/x86/libbluetooth.so -> /boot/beos/system/libs/ libbluetooth.so
That's necessary for developing Bluetooth applications on Haiku. (I would be interested in creating a C# wrapper around your C++ Bluetooth kit.)
P.S. Note that for "technical reasons" my attached patch contains an unrelated change for freetype in the Development Optional Package. ;)So i guess every related to this should be out?
Yes, that one line should not be committed together with Bluetooth. I will submit an improved patch later, where this will be removed.
As for inaugurating the mailing list, on to sadder topics ... I have tested 8 different Bluetooth USB dongles, none of them were listed in bt_dev_info. Should I see them somewhere under /dev/busses/usb/? In your blog you mention using usb_dev_info but that needs some argument! I did not find a trace of them in the filesystem, and I'm unsure whether this is a OHCI USB problem or a Bluetooth problem...