Release Notes: Newly supported models include VX-1700, FUNcube, FiFi-SDR, KTH-SDR Si570, FT-5000, and TS-590S. Rotor fixes and features were made for SPID. A new rotor backend was added for F1TE Tracker. Fixes and features were made for TS-440S, K2, K3, SR-2200, THF6A, THF7E, NewCAT rigs serial port defaults, and TM-D700. The libtool tree was removed from the source tree. Old DocBook files were removed. A USB device's VID/PID/Vendor/Product is now allowed to be explicitly specified. Doxygen documentation updates were made and a new style sheet was added.
Release Notes: The following new models are supported: RA-3702, IC-738, IC-7600, IC-7700, AR 7030+, FT-980, TT-536 Delta-II, and R&S EB200. Rotators: GS-232B, GS-232 (not A or B), ARS RCI, and M2 RC2800. Fixes and features were brought to: TH-F7E, FT-847, FT-736, FT-920, FT767GX, FT-747, FT-950, FT-450, Yaesu NewCAT, PCR*, IC-706MkIIG, IC-7800, R-8A, Paragon, and all the Kenwood backends. The libltdl received a security update. Bindings are not built by default. The library is IPv6 ready.
Release Notes: The following new models are supported: FT2000, FT9000, TT-588 Omni VII, FT-840, NRD525, WR G305, TRC-80, and Heathkit HD 1780 Intellirotor. Fixes and features were brought to IC-706*, IC-910, DWT, PCR-100, PCR-1000, RX-320, FT-450, FT-747, FT-817, FT-847, FT-857, FT-990, FT-1000D, Orion, and Rotor-EZ. Split operation in assisted mode was improved.
Release Notes: The following new models are supported: BC235, BC250, BC780, PRO-2052, BCD396T, BCD996T, K3, FT950. A huge pile of various fixes were made for IC-275, IC-475, IC-725, IC-735, IC-756PRO, IC-761, IC-775, IC-781, IC-706*, DttSP, Kenwood TH/TM, Orion, BC245, BC895, FT-100, FT757GX, FT-857, FT-897, and FT-920. The microtune backend is gone. There are new rotator backends for GS232A and PcRotor. Many fixes were brought to bindings, especially for memory channel works. There are new rigctld/rotctld daemons, similar to rpcrigd/rpcrotd but with a simpler protocol, and the corresponding client backends netrigctl/netrotcl.
Release Notes: This release has much-improved documentation. This is an ongoing effort. The new models added are IC-820H, DttSP (experimental), Elektor SDR-USB (Windows and Un*x), DDS-60, FT-450, and FT-767GX. Fixes have been made to models IC-746, IC-765, IC-910, Kenwood's, FT1000MP, FT817, and others. A new toy, the rigsmtr program, has been added to graph polar signal strength. There's also a new experimental rigctld rig daemon, with a simple protocol for scripting languages and radio applications.
Release Notes: The frontend API of this release is enhanced with support for clonable rigs. Please note the rigmem command had a change in CSV format. The rigctl command has a new send_cmd for protocol debugging purposes. Hamlib now has easy helpers to talk to USB devices. The new models added are AR8600, AR2700, DWT (DLL based under Windows, need test under other OS). Fixes were made to models AR7030, Orion, NRD-545, RX-320, FT-817, FT-990, TS-2000, Easycomm, and a big AOR update. The problem with parallel port support of BSD systems has been solved.
Release Notes: This release adds new models: Ten-Tec (Orion), AOR 3030, Yaesu FRG's, and Skanti. It has fixes for JRC NRD435 and NRD535, Drake, AOR3000, and many others. On the port front, there are fixes for BRK/RTS/DTR handling under Win32 (Elektor304). The Visual Basic wrapper file has been tweaked. Finally, there's a new command 'rigswr' to measure VSWR vs frequency.
Release Notes: While the API matures slowly, many backends and new models have been added, a Python binding is now there, and the MinGW (win32) platform is in the supported list. Besides improvements and bugfixes, the experimental work has been continued on SDR.
Release Notes: This release provides improved rotator support, important build fixes for GCC 3.x, support for *BSD, Mac OS X, and Cygwin platforms, and a new Drake backend. There were also improvements and bugfixes, and some experimental work with SDR using GNU Radio.
Release Notes: A new JRC backend (NRD-545) and many new rig models, a new rotator frontend, a new easycomm backend, new Kylix and Perl bindings and completed Tcl/Tk support, and a networked (RPC) rig and rotator.