1. 14 Jun, 2013 2 commits
  2. 03 Apr, 2013 1 commit
    • Ludovic Rousseau's avatar
      Do not build pn532_spi if spi is not available · a57793fe
      Ludovic Rousseau authored
      Check if the include file linux/spi/spidev.h is available and, only if
      the header file is present, add the driver pn532_spi for "default" and
      "all" driver configuration.
      
      This Linux header file is not present on Mac OS X for example.
      a57793fe
  3. 27 Mar, 2013 2 commits
  4. 18 Mar, 2013 1 commit
  5. 28 Feb, 2013 1 commit
    • Eugeny Boger's avatar
      Adding a SPI driver for pn532 · d9fd9155
      Eugeny Boger authored
      The driver seems to work well.
      I tested it on Linux with i.mx233-based board using hardware SPI.
      I tried to modify the build files as well, but it's probably a little messy.
      I'm not sure whether it will work on other *nix OSes,
      so it's probably better to limit the driver to Linux only using build system.
      d9fd9155
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  17. 17 Nov, 2010 1 commit
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  22. 03 Sep, 2010 1 commit
    • Romain Tartiere's avatar
      Improve configure's --with-drivers documentation. · b1f4c38f
      Romain Tartiere authored
      - List drivers compiled in the default set;
      - Expose the 'all' special-driver;
      - Remove some autotools (broken) magic.
          Since it's broken, display "--with-drivers=DRIVERS" on all system and stop
          making my eyes bleeding with "--with-drivers=driver[[,]driver...]" which is
          a complete nonsense when using "recent" autotools.
      
      b1f4c38f
  23. 17 Aug, 2010 1 commit
  24. 31 Jul, 2010 2 commits
    • Romain Tartiere's avatar
      After a bazillion tests, make the Debian-5-year-outdated-and-buggy autotools... · d77c2522
      Romain Tartiere authored
      After a bazillion tests, make the Debian-5-year-outdated-and-buggy autotools happy with some weird m4 syntax and hope it will not fail on a much more recent autolol suite.
      
      d77c2522
    • Romain Tartiere's avatar
      Enforce ISO C conformance about empty files. · cd53efb0
      Romain Tartiere authored
      ISO C forbids empty source files.  Instead of compiling possibly empty source
      files depending on the compiler parameters, only compile required files to
      build the library as requested at the ./configure stage.
      
      Windows users (and more precisely non-autotools users), you may have to update
      whatever you use to build the libnfc to fit your needs.  The Makefile shipped
      in the windows directory compiles all drivers as it is written so you should
      not notice any difference, but if you don't use _that_ makefile, then you will
      have to do some adjustment.
      
      For now, keep the defines in CFLAGS just in case.  Planned for removal in circa
      one week.
      
      While here, pet `./configure` output (--help format and summary).
      
      cd53efb0
  25. 15 Apr, 2010 1 commit
    • Romuald Conty's avatar
      configure.ac rework · b55400a0
      Romuald Conty authored
      - Put libusb and PC/SC check in m4 macros.
      - Suppress --disable-pcsclite and --disable-libusb
      - Add --with-drivers option: we now could choose which driver to build. without this option a default set is build (ATM all drivers except PN532_UART)
      b55400a0