jHomenet is a home automation application. jHomenet uses both X-10 and Dallas Semiconductor 1-Wire network sensors and devices to collect sensor data and control devices. jHomenet can be programmed to respond to events, including particular sensor data values or time-of-day events.
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Release Notes: This release mostly contains bug fixes to the sensor responsive system and the way in which objects were being saved in the database.
Release Notes: This release contains a number of bugfixes and feature enhancements. The biggest changes include added UI visual effects, an improved sensor responsive control panel, support for additional sensor responsive condition and response types, the addition of 1-Wire hardware support, and others.
Release Notes: This release contains minor bugfixes along with minor feature enhancements, including added support the for the Dallas Semiconductor DS-2405 1-Wire switch.
Release Notes: This is a minor feature enhancement release. The two main new features include a database compatibility versioning feature and a new Weather Channel current conditions data viewing feature. Other changes include some minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is a binary only release that includes several changes. Most noticable is the change in the versioning format. This change, however, also includes a drastic change in the library versioning and dependency framework. Other changes include a revised EventLogger, some UI tweaks, and several new jhomenet-commons JUnit unit tests. Some significant changes were also made to the Ant build setup.