lp:fldigi

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Stéphane Fillod
Project:
Fldigi
Status:
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Recent revisions

1955. By David Freese <email address hidden> on 2014-01-31

Version 3.22.0CN

  * Alpha release

1954. By Kamal Mostafa on 2014-01-31

Avoid nitems fltk kfreebsd collision

  * Avoid 'nitems' macro collision between FreeBSD's
    sys/params.h and fltk's FL/Fl_Check_Browser.H
    (http://www.fltk.org/str.php?L2984)

  * This is version 2: Corrects upstream commit
    "51ead20 Avoid-nitems-fltk-kfreebsd-collision.patch",
    which did not really fix it.

1953. By David Freese <email address hidden> on 2014-01-31

XMLRPC seg fault

  * Segfault possible in xmlrpc execute function when calling
    stopMacroTimer. Needed to be contained with a REQ(...)
    macro call.

1952. By David Freese <email address hidden> on 2014-01-31

Mailing address

  * Allow user selection to populate logbook notes (comment)
    with mailing address found by database lookup.

1951. By John Phelps <email address hidden> on 2014-01-31

64 bit stacktrace

  * Allow stacktrace on 64-bit OSX
    - Only applies to compiling with ./configure --enable-debug

1950. By David Freese <email address hidden> on 2014-01-31

Developer update

  * Update to callsign for Stefan Fendt

1949. By David Freese <email address hidden> on 2014-01-31

modem timing test

  * read timing factors for string transmission by external
    program using new xmlrpc query
    - main.get_tx_timing
      respone - #samples: samplerate: transmit_time (secs)
  * read char rate table using external xmlrpc query
    - main.get_char_rates
      table structure
      char, ascii-rep', #samples, samplerate, transmit_time (secs)
  * added hidden macro <CPS_TEST> which simulates transmission
    of test string and measures the character per second rate
    for the modem in use.
    - <CPS_TEST> uses internal "Jabberwocky" string
    - <CPS_FILE:[full pathname to file]> uses external text file
    - <CPS_STRING:ascii text string...>
    - produces report similar to:
      CPS test
      text: /home/dave/dev.git/all.git/pskr-tests/paris.txt
      mode: PSK-500R
      # chars: 2400
      xmt time: 56.580000
      data time: 52.480000
      data samples: 419840
      sample rate: 8000
      chars/sec: 45.731707
      ~WPM: 457.317073
  * Allow writing wav file during timing test
  * High Speed WAV
    - Add macros to enable writing WAV file in at maximum
      character throughput.
    - disables codec output
    - use this for creating wav test files
  * Suppress waterfall display for CPS and WAV tests
  * Remove PSK printf debug statements
  * Fix MFSK xmt 0x05 --> 0x04 during CPS testing

1948. By David Freese <email address hidden> on 2014-01-31

CW timing

  * Corrected timing parameter computation

1947. By David Freese <email address hidden> on 2014-01-31

SKED macro

  * Corrected macro editor hints for <SKED:...
  * Time of execution is specified as HHMMSS
    where SS is optional and will be substituted as
    "00" if omitted from the macro text. Time is
    is Zulu.
  * Date of exection is specified as YYYYMMDD
    where YYYY is year, MM month, and DD day.

1946. By David Freese <email address hidden> on 2014-01-31

FreeBSD issues

  * std::complex<> usage
    - Code change to comply with std::complex on FreeBSD

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