libieee1284 0.2.11-12 source package in Ubuntu


libieee1284 (0.2.11-12) unstable; urgency=low

  * New maintainer (closes: #688539).
  * Update packaging.

  [ Daniel Schepler <email address hidden> ]
  * Update libtool at build time using dh-autoreconf, in order to fix a
    build failure on x32 (closes: #702312).

 -- Laszlo Boszormenyi (GCS) <email address hidden>  Sun, 01 Sep 2013 00:44:18 +0200

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Xenial release on 2015-10-22 main libs
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libieee1284_0.2.11-12.debian.tar.gz 111.4 KiB 1d1ae6ecb1d2dcc09bdeb33756295408983b1b84b467cd6c5def3ebf423dc6a2

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libieee1284-3-dev: cross-platform library for parallel port access [development files]

 This library was designed to ease the use of the parallel port. It will
 automatically figure out which access method is available, depending on the
 running kernel and the permissions of the process.
 It handles particular queries to the devices, like fetching the Device ID of
 a device.
 This package contains the development files needed to build your applications
 using the libieee1284.

python-ieee1284: Python bindings to libieee1284

 This module offers bindings to libieee1284, a cross-platform library for
 parallel port access. The library runs on Linux, BSD, Windows, Solaris.