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installing libusb

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#1 Shadow Bird

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Posted 23 May 2011 - 06:16 PM

Okay, so, I'm having trouble (hence my being here again...)
I have successfully (or so I believe) installed libusb 1.0.8 using macports (as some dude on the internet said to do.)
But when I try to compile something that requires libusb, the compiler (Terminal) yells at me for not have the libusb.h file. I've read some forums, and apparently, on Linux, you need to install libusb*-dev to get the correct header file. Can I macports the same thing on my Mac, or am I screwed?



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