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libirman-dev library for accessing the Irman Infra Red hardware
Installed size 192
Maintainer lirc Maintainer Team <pkg-lirc-maint@lists.alioth.debian.org>
Architecture i386
Version 0.4.4-1
Depends libc6-dev
Suggests libmldbm-perl, libfile-readbackwards-perl, libio-string-perl, libdb-file-lock-perl, libfreezethaw-perl
File name pool/main/libi/libirman/libirman-dev_0.4.4-1_i386.deb
Description libirman is a library that allows access to Irman Infra Red hardware from Linux and other Unix systems. . For general application programming, the preferred interface for infra-red control is `lirc', as lirc supports multiple programs sharing the same infra-red receiver. It does this by providing a socket based interface to which several programs can connect. . lirc uses libirman to interface with the Irman Infra Red hardware, so in single use applications directly using libirman is simpler and uses less system resources. Currently, lirc only works on Linux systems, so programs written using libirman directly are more portable. . NOTE: This debian package is mainly provided so that Irman support can be enabled in lirc package and there is no libirman0 because upstream doesn't build a shared library.

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