I'm sorry, I wasn't specific enough. Lirc supports sending, it's just=20
that jlirc, the Java library, doesn't have any methods for using this=20
functionality. I don't think it would be very difficult to add it. It=20
would porbably get done a lot faster if you would add it yo jlirc=20
yourself. I'll add your changes to the official version.
> I thought that lirc could transmit. It is that there are no Java=20
> libraries set up to interact with lirc in that way?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: bringert [mailto:bringert@...]
> Sent: Thursday, May 05, 2005 1:51 PM
> To: Bartlett, Jason
> Subject: Re: [Jlirc-devel] Jlirc Transmit
> Jason.Bartlett@... wrote:
>>From reading the api and looking at the examples, I haven't seen=20
>>anything where you can use java to transmit ir signals. I am playing=20
>>with an idea to have one pda remote that sends messages via tcp to my=20
>>(remote computer) and have the remote computer transmit to all of my=20
>>entertainment equipment. I am using the remote computer because I can=20
>>boost the transmit power on the home made transmitter and not have to=20
>>use the weak ir on the pda.
>>Please let me know if I am overlooking something or if there is=20
>>in the works.
> There is no support for transmitting as it is now. I haven't implemente=
> it as I have to transmitter hardware to test it with. I'd happily accep=
> a patch adding support for transmitting to the library.
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