Release Notes: This version adds upload capability for the UK Met Office WOW format. It also changes the number formatting for uploads.
Release Notes: This release addresses a problem with USB and 32-bit architectures. The previous bugfix for time-keeping had the unfortunate side effect of stopping USB operations waiting long enough to complete.
Release Notes: Support for the AAG WSI603A wind sensor was added. There is preliminary support for the Hobby Boards ADS wind sensor. Solar data were added to WeatherUnderground uploads. Several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Various small bugs were fixed, including a swap of rain values reported to CWOP. The statistics reset operation has been revised, which should improve operation in 1-shot mode.
Release Notes: Besides a few bugfixes, the main improvements for this release were to allow for changes with wunderground uploads, to log daily rain and provide rapid updates. There is also initial support for DS2760-based sensors (e.g. AAG TAI8560). USB adapters should work again on systems with recent Linux kernels, and there is provision for waveform adjustment.
Release Notes: On RISC OS, this release fixes a problem with module area memory consumption, caused by HTTP uploads. For Linux, Web upload now uses libcurl instead of the ghttp library. A hygrochron with a stopped clock is no longer fatal. Uploads to CWOP with eastings/northings less than 1 degree west/south are now correct. A Czech translation was added.
Release Notes: A compatibility issue with libusb 0.1.10a has been resolved. Oww should also now work with 64-bit systems.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the DS1923 hygrochron. It has a fix for a potentially serious bug (Unix version only) to do with timing that may have had consequences for the reliability of readout from some sensor classes.
Release Notes: This release fixes the message write level, BP unit order, and UseTrh availability in the setup dialogue. The interactive command interpreter (multi-word commands) has been repaired. Timing changes have been introduced to facilitate use with USB serial adapters and the Eclo 1-wire USB adapter.
Release Notes: Interactive mode has gained "assign", "cal", "reset" (rain), "save stats", and "wipe" (vane IDs) commands. Various bugs were fixed, including a problem with vane readings through a USB adaptor and wind gust unit conversion on client connections. All translations were updated. Oww has been cross-compiled to provide a package on the nslu2-linux "unslung" feed.