Release Notes: This is a strongly recommended maintenance release with only bugfixes. All issues detected in a Coverity static analysis scan have been addressed.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release that adjusts for an error in the protocol documentation which gives the wrong ID for the GFEN event compared to the real ID used by the firmware.
Release Notes: This maintenance release fixes a problem related to how the argument-to-action scripts were constructed. The internals were changed so that each action script is now run in its own thread. The mail templates were slightly updated.
Release Notes: This release adds a feature to start automatic tracking on virtual fence crossing, adds an option to notify and execute an action script on a new tracker connection, and adds a command to control accelerometer sensitivity. Some minor defects and missing files in the distribution tarball were fixed.
Release Notes: This minor bugfix release fixes a bug in receiving event updates from the tracker in a rare corner case and fixes a problem with adding multiple mail recipients.
Release Notes: Options to communicate with a device over a GPRS link were added. Options to translate command replies into plain text were added, some possible resource leaks were fixed, and the low-level communication routines were rewritten for clarity. The manual was updated with more examples.
Release Notes: This is a minor bugfix release which fixes the command shell so blank lines are allowed, fixes a corner case in the reply from the daemon, and adds minor updates to the manual.
Release Notes: This release fixes a spelling error in a last minute requested change that unfortunately broke the DB schema in 2.0.1
Release Notes: This release adds a new optimized DB structure for much faster download of device data with de-duplication logic, improves GPX exportation with track support, adds device registering with nicknames, adds commands to manage geo-fences and client handling/listing, adds a configurable compression method for mail, makes the shell interface fully asynchronous to give better user feedback for long-running commands, adds internal refactoring and preparation for full GPRS management, makes minor bugfixes for a few corner cases, and adds improved documentation and an improved build system.
Release Notes: Initial public release.