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Re: openobex with bluetooth on kFreeBSD

Zitat von Cyril Brulebois <kibi@debian.org>:

Hendrik Sattler <post@hendrik-sattler.de> (08/10/2009):


The main value of OBEX is currently with bluetooth. openobex
actually support also bluetooth on different systems like Linux,
Windows, FreeBSD and NetBSD.  For kFreeBSD, this is currently not

Can someone running kFreeBSD try the following patch for

Sure. Didn't help (bluetooth still not found). I also noticed you were
using dpkg-architecture to set the variable, so that'd rather be
“kfreebsd” you want to check against, which didn't help either. We
might be missing some headers for the FreeBSD kernel, though, since we
don't have any bluetooth.h header under /usr/include. (Aurélien might
have more clues about that than I.)

That is only used in case of cross-compiling and rather experimental. I guess that cmake figures this already as other parts of cmake wouldn't work then.

Looking at the structure which is used for the test in the next lines
of the cmake file, I only found the following file:
| kibi@kbsd:~/hack/libopenobex-1.5$ grep sockaddr_rfcomm -r /usr/include/
| /usr/include/netgraph/bluetooth/include/ng_btsocket.h:struct sockaddr_rfcomm {

It would probably be worth it to ship the bluetooth.h header file as real FreeBSD does, doesn't it?


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