3 thoughts on “libIEC61850 now on github

  1. Sayonsom Chanda

    Has anyone been able to work with the Python build for LibIEC61850?
    I have tried to build it using SWIG and CMAKE, and followed all instructions in the tutorial, but I end up with a bunch of missing *.h files error.
    I was wondering if there is a fixed version for it? Please let me know.

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    1. Jamie Ross

      I was trying the same thing.. you can copy the header files from .install where the build puts them and create a include directory.. then reference it in the .i file

      You also need to create a shared library (.so) from the .a archive

      I am having problems now as the library uses i386 and I am running 64bit (osx) .. but making progress:)

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      1. Michael Zillgith Post author

        I only build the python wrapper on Ubuntu. I do the following steps:
        – create a build directory for cmake in a separate folder (e.g. subfolder of the library folder)
        – in this folder I call “ccmake ..” (or replace “..” with the source path of libiec61850)
        – activate BUILD_PYTHON_BINDINGS in ccmake
        – make
        – sudo make install

        In my case the so file will be installed in /usr/local/lib but python doesn’t seem to find it there. So I copied the so file to /usr/lib or set LD_LIBRARY_PATH to /usr/local/lib

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