Version 0.13 of JS8Call

Dziś Jordan KN4CRD udostępnił nową wersję programu JS8Call. 🙂

Wersja przygotowana specjalnie na Winter Field Day 🙂

Winter Field Day – zapraszamy do łączności 🙂
http://bygra.ampr.org/2019/01/21/winter-field-day-zapraszamy-do-lacznosci/

Zacytujemy twórcę programu:
„You might be asking…what’s so exciting in this version? I think a lot:

  • Tons of bugfixes and tweaks. This is usually last on my list, but it’s something I’m proud of. Keep logging items in the issue tracker!
  • The app now keeps track of which stations can hear which (through incoming HB and ACKs). This is displayed in a little tooltip if you hover over their name. More on this in the next version, but a cool start to graphing the „network” that is created with JS8.
  • You can now hide the status bar…great for tiny RaspberryPi screens!
  • You can now send relay messages „to” a group callsign. Perfect for nets!
  • The HB and the STATUS command are now closer related. Meaning, when you HB, you’ll heartbeat the status flags like SPOT RELAY AUTO, etc.
  • There’s a new whitelist setting that you can enable to restrict which callsigns your station will AUTO reply to.
  • I’ve added the CQ FIELD and CQ CONTEST single frame CQ transmissions.
  • A subset of commands can now be relayed to a station with an automatic relay response. These include SNR, QTH, QTC, GRID, etc.
  • The frequency control is now both in a menu (for when you hide the top panel) and in a menu when you click the current frequency in the window. This makes it way less cluttered for frequency control and an obvious way to enter a custom frequency. There’s now also a dialog to change the audio offset if you click it too.
  • And finally… you can now store a message at an intermediate station using „MSG TO:” and it can be retrieved with „QUERY MSGS”. A very cool way to use a third-party relay station to deliver a message to you at a later date. This is only the beginning. I have a lot that we can do with this functionality and it will likely be refined in future versions.”

Wykaz zmian:
Remove legacy control menu items
Fixed issue with removing band activity rows
Added heard activity graph logging
Fixed network messages to include an id so they are both 1) indexable and 2) do not cache in the network buffer
Fixed issue with requests being sent out of the MessageClient when udp is disabled
Merge branch ‚ft8call-develop’ of bitbucket.org:widefido/js8call-private into ft8call-develop
Clear activity should clear the heard graph too.
Cut down on a few false positives of auto-prepended callsigns with text override for words 3 characters or less.
Removed SQL dump
Rename variable to be more correct
Fixed #77: Added an option to hide the statusbar
Fixed #75: allow messages to group callsigns
Fixed #72: added a tooltip of the band activity text
Updated HB and CQ menu labels
Initial commit of detail panel
Fixed self logging
Refactored heard graph logging
Conditionally compile call detail browser into the app
Unified STATUS and HB flags for better visibility.
Added whitelist to the configuration for AUTO replies. That way you can restrict who you allow to use your station
Bump to v0.12.1
Fixed bug in flags hb message generation
Added call detail tooltip into the call activity
HB should only move freq if necessary
Fixed a few bugs related to message duplicates
Fixed duplicate acks printing
Only have a relay status if AUTO is enabled
Fixed issue with tx queue when idle watchdog kicks in
Updated CQ spec to include CQ FIELD and CQ CONTEST
Fixed main header
Closed #45: A subset of directed commands will be autoreplied when relayed. This includes: SNR, GRID, QTC, QTH, etc
Make sure selected text found matches search
Fixed issue with printing messages with the autoreply whitelist non-empty
Added a new, more obvious frequency control and a menu item for setting the frequency
Added dialog to set audio offset
Bump to v0.13.0
Added message storage and retreival
Bump eol
Added query msgs to the menu
Added msg to to the menu

Pliki do pobrania:
http://js8call.com/

MacOS:
https://s3.amazonaws.com/js8call/0.13.0/js8call-0.13.0-devel-Darwin.dmg

Windows:
https://s3.amazonaws.com/js8call/0.13.0/js8call-0.13.0-devel-win32.exe

RaspberryPi:
https://s3.amazonaws.com/js8call/0.13.0/js8call_0.13.0-devel_armhf.deb

Linux:
https://s3.amazonaws.com/js8call/0.13.0/js8call_0.13.0-devel_16.04_amd64.deb

https://s3.amazonaws.com/js8call/0.13.0/js8call_0.13.0-devel_18.04_amd64.deb

https://s3.amazonaws.com/js8call/0.13.0/js8call_0.13.0-devel_i386.deb