Fw: Hamlib 1.1.4 released

Paul Rinaldo prinaldo at mindspring.com
Tue Apr 29 06:27:39 CDT 2003

Gang - FYI. Paul, W4RI

Good news everyone!

Hamlib-1.1.4 has finally been released.

Hamlib provides a unified environment for the development of radio 
and rotator control applications. Release 1.1.4 includes improved 
rotator support, important build fixes for gcc-3.x, *BSD, Mac OS X,
and Cygwin(win32) platforms. Besides improvements and bug fixes, 
some experimental work has been started on SDR, stay tuned. 
Check it out at <a target=_blank
href="http://hamlib.org">http://hamlib.org</a> ! 
New in 1.1.4: 
* new backends: Drake (R8B), GNU Radio (experimental), 
   	   	microtune, and many new rig models 
* new rotator backends: fodtrack, rotorez 
* better doxygenized documentation 
* reworked perl and tcl bindings using swig 
* vfo_t rework 
* gcc-3.x compilance 
Note: Kylix binding may not be uptodate. 
Download pages are accessible at <a target=_blank
i386 rpms and .deb coming soon. DLL and VisualBasic wrapper are planned. 
Plan for 1.1.5: 
* add support for the SDR-1000 
* develop further the gnuradio backend 
* complete the port to mingw(win32) environement 
* enter more models of supported backends 
* add Python and Java bindings 
* etc. (any wishes?) 
Please, test it out and report to hamlib-developer at lists.sourceforge.net 
Developers are also invited to join the Hamlib team by subscribing to this 

mailing list. 
Have fun and let us know! 
73's de Stephane - F8CFE / the Hamlib team

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