That worked perfectly, thanks. I'll stop trying to play with new
software at 2 in the morning :)
Another question: would it be appropriate to add support for my
handheld (yaesu vx-7r) and mobile (icom 2200h) units that don't
support rig control per se, but do have memories/configurations to
read and write or are such radios outside of the scope of the library?
Reading over PLAN makes me think it's appropriate, but would like some
input before I start trying to understand the current code.
On Jul 22, 2008, at 2:54 AM, Thomas Beierlein wrote:
> Jon Nall schrieb:
>> I'm trying to compile hamlib 126.96.36.199 from source without any
>> scripting bindings (perl, tcl, python). I've tried a number of
>> configure command lines, but none quite seem to work (configure --
>> without-tcl --without- tcl-binding --without-perl-inc --without-
>> perl-binding --without-python- binding).
>> Am I missing something? I only want the C/C++ API.
> Hi Jon,
> ./configure --without-python-binding --without-perl-binding --
> works for me. Only the C and C++ bindings get installed.
> 73, de Tom DL1JBE.