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Dive tools for Linux

Divetools is a set of tools to read out a dive computer. In addition it includes a conversion program that makes UDCF files out of thet dump and a Plotting tool that produces nice PostScript pages for your loogbook. It supports the Suunto EON and Uwatec Aladin Series dive computers.

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Recent releases

  •  12 Aug 2003 20:30

    Release Notes: This release updates the readme file to reflect the dependency on the popt library, and adds a little cosmetic tweaking in diveplot, TANKVOLUME to the UDCF file, and --stdout to diveplot.

    •  22 Feb 2003 21:01

      Release Notes: The parser in diveplot was completely rewritten. Some small additions were made to aladindump.

      •  09 Feb 2003 12:06

        Release Notes: This release fixes several ringbuffer handling problems, and adds timezone handling. Aladinlink now checks the checksum, and some intensive testing was carried out.

        •  12 Jan 2003 17:12

          Release Notes: Several potential buffer overflows and segfaults and signedness mismatches have been fixed. This release is gcc -pedantic clean under gcc 3.2.2. The progress bar terminal width is adaptive.

          •  10 Dec 2002 21:24

            Release Notes: divetools is now managed in CVS. The ability to place a config file in your home directory has been added. Entry time issues in aladindump have been corrected. libpopt option parsing has been added to all tools. The man pages have been updated.


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