libtio is either built as a static or shared library, and is made to be interfaced with C programs. The method of installing or building depends on the system you’re using: pick the one that fits yours!
POSIX systems (manual build)¶
To configure, use
./configure <options>. Options are used as
--<name>=<value>. The following are some build options:
The target for which to produce the library (by default, native).
Produce a static library (by default, shared).
Use the Windows versions of the final formats (dll instead of elf, lib instead of coff).
Do not use (and link against) libusb.
Do not use the standard I/O library (probably because there aren’t any).
If we should include debugging content (but keep the interface), and if yes, what the default library log level. See Logging for more information.
--loglevel=info, also introduces more compilation warnings.
Other options are packaging options (todo: add more info about them here).