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Mike Blumenkrantz d9f1039885 not sure how this happened, but it's totally wrong 12 years ago
doc eeze: fix doc build when srcdir != builddir. 12 years ago
m4 eeze 1.1 in trunk: disk mounting is now possible 13 years ago
src not sure how this happened, but it's totally wrong 12 years ago
.gitignore Update .gitignore files 12 years ago
AUTHORS eeze: update ChangeLog and AUTHORS. 12 years ago
COPYING fix COPYING to say 2011. 12 years ago
ChangeLog update changelog for last commit since it seems to have been worthwhile 12 years ago
INSTALL unify udev device creation to unclutter and significantly reduce codebase, some minor formatting fixes 13 years ago Add spec file. Don't install test program. 13 years ago
NEWS New lib for EFL: eeze! Bringing you the freedom to (hopefully) never need to learn external apis again! 14 years ago
README dont forget about eeze 13 years ago
TODO I'm not drunk, I swear. 13 years ago that's it - remove autom4te.cache dirs again... - keep having to many 12 years ago eeze_scanner seems to finally be complete, have at it 12 years ago Move Eeze header to own dir. 13 years ago Since the SVN revision is now included in %{version}, it's redundant 12 years ago


Eeze 1.0.0 BETA





ecore (at least 1.0.0)

Eeze is a library for manipulating devices through udev with a simple and fast
api. It interfaces directly with libudev, avoiding such middleman daemons as
udisks/upower or hal, to immediately gather device information the instant it
becomes known to the system. This can be used to determine such things as:
* If a cdrom has a disk inserted
* The temperature of a cpu core
* The remaining power left in a battery
* The current power consumption of various parts
* Monitor in realtime the status of peripheral devices

Each of the above examples can be performed by using only a single eeze
function, as one of the primary focuses of the library is to reduce the
complexity of managing devices.


(as root unless you are installing in your users directories):
make install