Blueproxy is a simple proxy server to convert Bluetooth RFCOMM connections into TCP connections. This frees Bluetooth application programmers from having to worry about getting Bluetooth bindings for their language of choice. Notable features include sending preambles to allow a single TCP server to aggregrate multiple Bluetooth sensors, and a scanning mode to continuously detect Bluetooth devices entering into range of a sensor. It currently supports the Linux Bluez stack, FreeBSD 5, and has limited support for Mac OS X.
Yes, 2.2 does need PHPLIB. 2.3, the new development branch, is PHP4 only and makes use of native PHP4 sessions, and has _no_ need for PHPLIB at all. It is already pretty stable; check it out of CVS at http://horde.org/cvs