> I fixed the compilation of musbstd.h (it required -DHAVE_LIBUSB on Linux, but
> nothing knew about defining it) and put musbstd.o back into libmidas (USB
> support should be part of the standard base midas library). K.O.
I'm not so sure about that. One could consider musbstd.o as a driver, and the
philosophy used for midas programs is that drivers get added explicitly when
compiling a frontend. We do not put mvmestd.c and mcstd.c into libmidas since for
different interfaces a different driver might be required. If we at some point use
an usb library different than libusb.a, we would have to compile different
libmidas for these different drivers.
I know it's convenient to have things in libmidas and not having to specify it
expliceitely for each frontend, but it is then somehow inconsistent with drivers
for vme and camac. So please reconsider this again.