Just ported libaes220 to the Beaglebone Black.

Just ported libaes220 to the Beaglebone Black. Yay!
That’s the Beaglebone Black “talking” to the aes220 high-speed USB FPGA module using a simple loopback example.
Just in time for a weekend canoeing in the Solway Firth.

Will you be submitting info onto http://beagleboard.org/project and submitting patches to OE and meta-beagleboard to propose inclusion into Angstrom?

Thanks for the pointers @Jason_Kridner
I will certainly be adding to the beagleboard project page, especially once I have firmed up the design for a cape interfacing with board directly, see [1] although I now plan to interface to the GPMC bus as @Matt_Ranostay was suggesting.
Unless I am missing something I don’t think there is anything to add to the OE and meta-beagleboard repositories. All is required to use the board is a library and include file. They depend on libusb but that is already part of the OS. What I might do is a package though to simplify the installation further.

[1] https://plus.google.com/u/0/100916504717963582641/posts/4e1pYj7FRMF