Release Notes: This release adds support for Azatrax MRD2-S and MRD2-U. These are USB-connected IR detectors, with the MRD2-S including relays to operate turnout motors or signals. The MRD support library cross-builds for Win32 under MinGW32. The library uses the libusb-1.0 API. More information about these devices is available at Azatrax's website. This release also converts the RailDriver code to use the libusb-1.0 API and fixes some minor bugs.
Release Notes: This release adds SR4 updates and bugfixes, updates the raildriver UDEV helper script, updates the Raildriver code, adds an "Add Additional Packages" edit submenu, updates GetAllSerialPorts in UniversalTest (CMR/I), includes Ubuntu-flavored udev rule files, updates the Application Node 2s code, adds minor updates to Dispatcher (export as images weirdness), removes the C++ versions of the CMR/I and XPressnet code, removes the MRD directory, adds a build update for gettextize, and updates the Build infrastructure to build under CentOS/RHEL 6.4 and Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS.
Release Notes: This release fixes several unmatched bracket and brace issues (including the one in Bug#9). It changes the MRD module to the Azatrax module: support has been added for other upcoming Azatrax devices and to allow for future Azatrax devices. Minor bugs in the XPressNet (Tcl) code have been fixed. A Tcl client module has been added for the Raildriver Daemon.
Release Notes: This release removes an errant assert from the FCF Support code, updates documentation, adds pure Tcl (cross-platform) versions of the C/MRI and XPressNet libraries and starts a pure Tcl (cross-platform) library for NCE's cab bus, adds a pure Tcl (cross-platform) version of the Raildriver Daemon and a cross-platform Tcl loadable module for the low-level Raildriver IO class, cleans parts of the build code, and adds some general housecleaning.
Release Notes: This release fixes a version number problem that seems to have broken many of the Tcl programs. It has changed the intermediate version numbering to not use letters. Some testing and bugfixes with the XPressNet Code. The start of a virtual throttle program. The virtual XPressNet throttle is very much in early testing stages. A 'simple mode' in the Dispatcher program allows creating simple CTC panels that just throw turnouts using the MRD-2U devices from Azatrax to control NCE's Switch-Its. This mode uses canned scriptlets and requires no coding on the part of the user.
Release Notes: This release fixes a small conditional compilation error.