Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT To Do list

2014-03-28 Thread Bill Somerville
On 28/03/2014 19:16, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi all,colours for Hi Joe and All, I'll be somewhat scarce over the next ten days or so, and traveling out of the country from April 2-8. I thought it might be useful to share my WSJT-related To Do list here for comments, suggestions, volunteers,

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X version reported to PSR Reporter

2014-03-28 Thread Bill Somerville
On 28/03/2014 23:47, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi Bill and all, Hi Joe, Clicking on WSJT-X in the last line of the PSKreporter Statistics page, http://pskreporter.info/cgi-bin/pskstats.pl , I notice that apparently our latest code is reporting its revision number as rr3946 rather than r3946. Could

Re: [wsjt-devel] Displayed Revision

2014-03-29 Thread Bill Somerville
On 29/03/2014 13:17, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi Bill, Hi Joe, I haven't yet followed exactly what's done to establish a revision signature for display on the WSJT-X title bar, but it does not seem to be working quite the right way. This morning, I did an svn update to r3956, then rebuilt WSJT-X.

Re: [wsjt-devel] Displayed Revision

2014-03-29 Thread Bill Somerville
On 29/03/2014 20:07, Greg Beam wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi Joe, Bill, Hi Greg All, The following information will of use to anyone who is building WSJT-X on a regular basis. The preferred way of building WSJT-X is to use the CMake script, this is a change from

Re: [wsjt-devel] r3958 compile error

2014-03-30 Thread Bill Somerville
On 30/03/2014 03:37, Eric NO3M wrote: Hi Eric, Glad you have pulled everything together, one additional prerequisite below: === Part of default distro install: core/glibc 2.19-3 provides: libc.so.6 libm.so.6 core/gcc-libs 4.8.2-8 provides: libgcc_s.so.1 libquadmath.so.0

Re: [wsjt-devel] ToDo, CMake, displayed text

2014-03-30 Thread Bill Somerville
-level CMake script could automatically exclude, from the build, sibling application directories that aren't present. 73, -- Edson PY2SDR 73 Bill G4WJS. On Sun, Mar 30, 2014 at 12:22 PM, Bill Somerville g4...@classdesign.com mailto:g4...@classdesign.com wrote: On 30/03/2014 15:23, Joe

[wsjt-devel] WSJT-X qmake builds.

2014-03-30 Thread Bill Somerville
Hi All, I have been struggling to find a way to get the CMake build and the qmake build to coexist without success so far. The problem is a file that the CMAke build generates in the build tree. It is called 'svnversion.h' and is included by C or C++ files that need to know the current svn

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X qmake builds.

2014-03-30 Thread Bill Somerville
:49 PM, Bill Somerville g4...@classdesign.com mailto:g4...@classdesign.com wrote: Hi All, I have been struggling to find a way to get the CMake build and the qmake build to coexist without success so far. The problem is a file that the CMAke build generates in the build tree

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X qmake builds.

2014-03-30 Thread Bill Somerville
to it. That way it will help to deter anyone checking in a version in the top level source directory which would break the CMake build in a silent way. Thanks for your input. 73 Bill G4WJS. On Sun, Mar 30, 2014 at 11:01 PM, Bill Somerville g4...@classdesign.com mailto:g4...@classdesign.com wrote

Re: [wsjt-devel] ToDo, CMake, displayed text

2014-03-31 Thread Bill Somerville
On 30/03/2014 15:23, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi all, Hi Joe, snip *Trivia* - Does anyone here have some graphics skills? Our icons need work. Somehow the ones in window title-bars look fuzzy compared with wsjt.ico, the one we had been using;

Re: [wsjt-devel] performance structure

2014-04-01 Thread Bill Somerville
On 01/04/2014 16:50, Josh Rovero wrote: Hi Josh, W.r.t performance structure changes, what we don't want to lose is the ability to run multiple instances concurrently. Nothing I suggested would cause that, in fact it might make it easier to support. Josh Rovero KK1D 73 Bill G4WJS.

[wsjt-devel] WSJT-X Forewarning of some build changes.

2014-04-02 Thread Bill Somerville
Hi All, because we are currently using a fork of hamlib and also because even when all the changes in the fork are accepted and released as a new version of hamlib is probably a long way off; it is necessary to deal with how we link to hamlib in our release packages. On Windows and Mac we

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X Forewarning of some build changes.

2014-04-02 Thread Bill Somerville
that CAT control will work with the old library. I want developers and testers to use the new hamlib to help me iron out defects that remain. 73's Greg, KI7MT 73 Bill G4WJS. On 4/2/2014 12:46, Bill Somerville wrote: Hi All, because we are currently using a fork of hamlib and also because

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X Forewarning of some build changes.

2014-04-02 Thread Bill Somerville
enforce static linking of hamlib, nor do they enforce v3.0 if pkg-config isn't available. I won't enforce the final checks until I have a fully working WSJT-X build with static hamlib v3.0. 73's Greg, KI7MT 73 Bill G4WJS. On 4/2/2014 18:30, Bill Somerville wrote: On 02/04/2014 15:50, Greg

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X Forewarning of some build changes.

2014-04-02 Thread Bill Somerville
and development just in case anyone needs them. snip 73's Greg, KI7MT 73 Bill G4WJS. On 4/2/2014 12:46, Bill Somerville wrote: Hi All, because we are currently using a fork of hamlib and also because even when all the changes in the fork are accepted and released as a new version of hamlib

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X 1.4 changed behaviour, not responding to winapi positioning commands

2014-04-06 Thread Bill Somerville
On 07/04/2014 01:19, Laurie VK3AMA wrote: Hi Laurie, I have been extending JTAlert to support the new 1.4 multi-instance functionality. JTAlert docking is now broken with 1.4. Standard api commands, ShowWindow(), MoveWindow() and SetWindowPos() sent by JTAlert to the wsjtx window are being

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X Forewarning of some build changes.

2014-04-09 Thread Bill Somerville
for release can be produced in a few minutes by anyone using the CMake script. 73, -- Edson PY2SDR 73 Bill G4WJS. On Wed, Apr 2, 2014 at 4:32 PM, Bill Somerville g4...@classdesign.com mailto:g4...@classdesign.com wrote: On 02/04/2014 20:10, Edson W. R. Pereira wrote: Bill, Greg

Re: [wsjt-devel] (no subject)

2014-04-12 Thread Bill Somerville
On 12/04/2014 07:33, Claude Frantz wrote: Hi Claude, On 04/11/2014 07:40 PM, Greg Beam wrote: Hamlib 3 is not part of my current Linux distribution. I have compiled and installed it separately. There some changes that are newer even than the Hamlib 3 main repository, currently they are in my

Re: [wsjt-devel] (no subject)

2014-04-12 Thread Bill Somerville
On 12/04/2014 10:29, Bill Somerville wrote: Sorry , just spotted a typo, as always just after clicking send :( snip If you have pkc-config installed then CMake will correctly identify the Hamlib version and link it statically. On should read: If you have pkg-config installed then CMake

Re: [wsjt-devel] Lots of progress

2014-04-15 Thread Bill Somerville
On 15/04/2014 15:20, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi all, Hi Joe, My thanks to all who have been so productive during my recent absence from this list. My trip to the Netherlands to participate in reopening ceremonies for the Dwingeloo radio telescope -- once the largest radio telescopes in the world

Re: [wsjt-devel] Bug in WSJT-X split-freq control

2014-04-16 Thread Bill Somerville
On 16/04/2014 07:10, Claude Frantz wrote: On 04/15/2014 10:29 PM, Bill Somerville wrote: Hi Bill and all, Hi Claude, I would appreciate the introduction of an option, which would avoid, at startup time, that the frequency and band will be set to a saved value. The frequency and band should

Re: [wsjt-devel] Im Partly Back

2014-04-16 Thread Bill Somerville
On 16/04/2014 20:07, David wrote: Hi David, Hi Greg...tried this URL but it doesnt seem to work on sourceforge What o/s platform and version are you on? David 73 Bill G4WJS. On 16/04/14 17:56, Greg Beam wrote: Hi David, Glad to see your back in action. Here's the URL:

Re: [wsjt-devel] Im Partly Back

2014-04-16 Thread Bill Somerville
On 16/04/2014 20:25, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi David, I have just sent David my latest attempt at brief nothing to running instructions. When we get them working for him I'll post again here. On 4/16/2014 3:07 PM, David wrote: Hi Greg...tried this URL but it doesnt seem to work on sourceforge

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X - Hamlib status update.

2014-04-17 Thread Bill Somerville
an official binary package becomes available. 73's Greg, KI7MT 73 Bill G4WJS. On 4/17/2014 09:48, Bill Somerville wrote: Hi All, just a heads up, nobody needs to change anything just yet. All my pending changes in the integration branch of my Hamlib fork have been accepted into Hamlib

Re: [wsjt-devel] Im Partly Back

2014-04-17 Thread Bill Somerville
On 16/04/2014 20:35, Bill Somerville wrote: Hi All, I have just sent David my latest attempt at brief nothing to running instructions. When we get them working for him I'll post again here. As promised here are the instructions for Ubuntu 13.10 (obviously adjust for your preferred directory

Re: [wsjt-devel] Im Partly Back

2014-04-17 Thread Bill Somerville
On 17/04/2014 21:25, Bill Somerville wrote: More info below... On 16/04/2014 20:35, Bill Somerville wrote: Hi All, I have just sent David my latest attempt at brief nothing to running instructions. When we get them working for him I'll post again here. As promised here are the instructions

[wsjt-devel] WSJT-X Multi mode operation.

2014-04-17 Thread Bill Somerville
Hi All, I guess this is a question mainly for Joe but I'll ask here as all JT9 users may be interested. Is the JT65A+JT9 split at a particular DF a technical requirement for the decoder or is it there to marshal band usage and nudge operators to separate sub-bands for each mode? The reason I

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X Multi mode operation.

2014-04-17 Thread Bill Somerville
On 18/04/2014 01:32, Bill Somerville wrote: Hi All, A clarification: snip Also as things are at the moment the RX cursor indication of mode is fairly meaningless as far as I can see. I don't mean it shouldn't be there, just that it could also be set automatically by the relationship

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X Multi mode operation.

2014-04-17 Thread Bill Somerville
On 18/04/2014 02:45, Bill Somerville wrote: On 18/04/2014 02:36, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi Bill and all, Hi Joe, snip The reason I ask is that my current changes could easily accommodate automatic mode setting in dual mode depending on whether the cursor is left or right of the blue line

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X Building from source on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.

2014-04-18 Thread Bill Somerville
Hi All, I tried to avoid line wraps in the list of commands but it still happened :( Here is a version that hopefully is directly copyable: In a terminal do the following. for 64-bit: sudo apt-get install cmake subversion clang-3.5 gfortran \ libfftw3-dev git libgfortran3:i386 libusb-dev

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJTX 1.4.0

2014-04-20 Thread Bill Somerville
On 20/04/2014 21:07, David wrote: Hi Bill .thanks Bill for the install script every thing is working well Hi David, glad to hear that! i notice on the bottom line of the main GUI a box labelled Tx-Enable Disarmed it doesnt change when TX on JT65what is it meant to do It indicates

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X Building from source on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.

2014-04-21 Thread Bill Somerville
On 21/04/2014 12:04, KI7MT wrote: GM Bill, On 04/21/2014 04:52 AM, Bill Somerville wrote: On 21/04/2014 04:56, KI7MT wrote: Hi Greg, Hi David, Be careful when installing Asciidoc --with-recommends, as this pulls in dblatex, which on it's own is not an issue, but it depends on LaTex

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJTX 1.4.0 r4063

2014-04-24 Thread Bill Somerville
On 24/04/2014 02:37, KI7MT wrote: Hi Bill, Hi Greg, On 04/23/2014 07:29 PM, Bill Somerville wrote: On 24/04/2014 02:18, KI7MT wrote: Hi Greg, For Ubuntu 14.04, it's pretty easy: Open Dash, Appearance Under Behavior, Show the menus for a windows, Select the Box. Should put all

Re: [wsjt-devel] Tx Audio Glitches (NOT)

2014-05-03 Thread Bill Somerville
On 03/05/2014 20:11, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi all, Hi Joe, I'm happy to report that I haven't heard a Tx audio glitch from WSJT-X for some time. Bill probably knows exactly when (and why, at least approximately) this stopped happening. As far as I can see, the Tx audio is now as rock-solid as

Re: [wsjt-devel] Segmentation fault

2014-05-07 Thread Bill Somerville
On 07/05/2014 07:25, Pino Zollo wrote: Hi Pino, At the moment of saving a new configuration after having changed the audio input from default to USB headphone set. Ubuntu 12.04 32 bit -- wsjtx Version of wsjtx please? ALSA lib pcm_dmix.c:1018:(snd_pcm_dmix_open) unable to

Re: [wsjt-devel] [Update] - WSPR Source Tree Updates - (builds, docs, hamlib, fmt, wspr0 etc)

2014-05-07 Thread Bill Somerville
On 07/05/2014 22:28, Chuck Forsberg WA7KGX wrote: Hi Chuck, Turns out there is no libfftw3f.a on my system. I downloaded the current fftw3 source from fftw.org, compiled and installed it. Still no libfftw3f.a anywhere on my system except for one in the wspr source directory (??) libfftwf.so

Re: [wsjt-devel] [Update] - WSPR Source Tree Updates - (builds, docs, hamlib, fmt, wspr0 etc)

2014-05-07 Thread Bill Somerville
On 07/05/2014 22:48, ki7mt wrote: Hi Greg, Hi Chuck, I did a bit of searching on RPM-FIND. for libfftwf3.a looks like you need: For Static fftw-static I stand corrected on the availability of a static fftw library. I am still wondering why anyone would want to statically link a library on

Re: [wsjt-devel] RF out

2014-05-07 Thread Bill Somerville
On 08/05/2014 00:43, David wrote: Hi Joe,Bill and All Hi David, Im now disturbing the ether with some RF because of the small size backyard (20m x 10m) i couldnt put up my hexbeam or even a dipole.searched the net and found a S9V18 vertical that would do the job and was a small price I

Re: [wsjt-devel] Segmentation fault

2014-05-08 Thread Bill Somerville
On 08/05/2014 05:20, Pino Zollo wrote: Hi Pino, Hi Bill, At the moment of saving a new configuration after having changed the audio input from default to USB headphone set. Ubuntu 12.04 32 bit -- wsjtx Version of wsjtx please? V 1.1 r 3496 Only guessing here, have you

Re: [wsjt-devel] [PATCH] add 127.0.0.1:4532 to the port names for rigctld

2014-05-13 Thread Bill Somerville
On 13/05/2014 17:13, Rik van Riel wrote: Hi Rik, Hamlib NET rigctl listens on 127.0.0.1:4532 by default, so I had to add it in to the list of port names allowed, in order for wsjtx to connect to rigctld, and share the rig serial port with other programs. Ideally there would be an editable

Re: [wsjt-devel] [PATCH] add 127.0.0.1:4532 to the port names for rigctld

2014-05-13 Thread Bill Somerville
On 13/05/2014 17:38, Rik van Riel wrote: Hi Rik, On 05/13/2014 12:29 PM, Rik van Riel wrote: On 05/13/2014 12:24 PM, Bill Somerville wrote: On 13/05/2014 17:13, Rik van Riel wrote: Hi Rik, Hamlib NET rigctl listens on 127.0.0.1:4532 by default, so I had to add it in to the list of port names

Re: [wsjt-devel] Revision 4138, and OnmiRig.h

2014-05-14 Thread Bill Somerville
On 14/05/2014 16:17, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi all, Hi Joe, Some changes to the WSJT-X UI suggested by W7DLG were committed in revision 4138. Margin widths are reduced to a minimum in several places so that window contents extend to the edges, and widgets are packed more tightly. Arguably this

Re: [wsjt-devel] Revision 4138, and OnmiRig.h

2014-05-14 Thread Bill Somerville
On 14/05/2014 18:15, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi Bill, Hi Joe, What am I missing, here? Should OmniRig.h be in the SVN? Why does my CMake build work without it? OmniRig.h and OmniRig.cpp are generated files. They are produced by the Qt 'dumpcpp' utility that generates a stub library for a proxy

Re: [wsjt-devel] Revision 4138, and OnmiRig.h

2014-05-14 Thread Bill Somerville
be correct. If you have a working build then make must be picking up a value for HAMLIB_DIR from the environment to resolve the Hamlib library path in the link command. -- Joe 73 Bill G4WJS. On 5/14/2014 1:39 PM, Bill Somerville wrote: On 14/05/2014 18:15, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi Bill, Hi Joe

Re: [wsjt-devel] Development status

2014-05-23 Thread Bill Somerville
On 23/05/2014 19:36, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi all, Hi Joe, I'll be traveling again and mostly out of email contact from tomorrow through June 3. A couple of thoughts, before I leave: 1. Can we get a version of WSJT-X suitable for a beta release ready in the reasonably near future? It doesn't

Re: [wsjt-devel] Font size in printed doc

2014-06-20 Thread Bill Somerville
On 20/06/2014 14:39, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi Greg (or anyone else who might know...), Hi Joe, After generating the User Guides for WSJT and WSPR in the usual way, displaying the resulting html files in Firefox shows them with the same font size (as expected). However, if I use Firefox to print

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X Random Crashes

2014-07-08 Thread Bill Somerville
On 08/07/2014 07:35, Jim Brown wrote: Hi Jim, I've experienced several (at least four) random crashes for which I cannot correlate an action on my part. In all cases, WSJT-X has been running normally for many hours (even days) and for no obvious reason, crashes. This does not happen often, I

Re: [wsjt-devel] OS X 10.9 Resize Wide Graph Window

2014-07-11 Thread Bill Somerville
On 11/07/2014 06:04, Chase Turner wrote: Hi All, Hi Chase, As I am making my way through the user guide for WSJT-X, I followed the tutorial and came across a strange bug(?): as I had to move the Wide Graph/Waterfall Window around, I found that when I resized it while examining a .WAV file,

Re: [wsjt-devel] wsjtx-compile.sh

2014-07-11 Thread Bill Somerville
=~/local/hamlib \ -D CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=~/local/wsjtx/Release \ ~/src/wsjtx cmake --build . --target install -- -kj That's it, you should have a runnable WSJT-X, to test: ~/local/wsjtx/Release/bin/wsjtx TNX, Duro, OM0XA 73 Bill G4WJS. On Pi, 2014-07-11 at 20:46 +0100, Bill Somerville

Re: [wsjt-devel] wsjtx-compile.sh

2014-07-12 Thread Bill Somerville
/2014 02:30 PM, Juraj Buliscak wrote: This way is described in official page http://physics.princeton.edu/pulsar/K1JT/wsjtx-doc/wsjt-dev-guide.html So, how to correctly compile wsjtx from source or where is it described? TNX, Duro, OM0XA On Pi, 2014-07-11 at 20:46 +0100, Bill Somerville

Re: [wsjt-devel] wsjtx-compile.sh

2014-07-12 Thread Bill Somerville
On 12/07/2014 10:24, Juraj Buliscak wrote: Hi Duro, On So, 2014-07-12 at 10:02 +0100, Bill Somerville wrote: On 12/07/2014 08:31, Juraj Buliscak wrote: Hi Greg and Bill, Hi Duro, I tried both, Bill`s copmpile setup and jtsdk-nix. Compilation was succesfull, but after running executable

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X Windows Build Instructions?

2014-07-17 Thread Bill Somerville
On 17/07/2014 01:28, Laurie VK3AMA wrote: Hi Laurie, Can someone provide me with the correct WSJT-X Windows build instructions? I don't want to build the release version. I wish to build from the latest source. Most of the work required to build on Windows is setting up the right tools,

Re: [wsjt-devel] moving station/wsjt-x update

2014-07-24 Thread Bill Somerville
On 23/07/2014 19:19, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi All, Hi Joe, As you will have noticed, I've been busy with other obligations recently. I expect to have some time for WSJT-related matters in the next few weeks, so I'm trying to get plugged in once more. Me too. Many thanks to Chase, W4TI, for all

Re: [wsjt-devel] ptt problems

2014-07-25 Thread Bill Somerville
On 25/07/2014 15:23, Thomas Early wrote: Hi, Hi Tom, My first post, so be gentle please... I had Debian 7.4 and successfully compiled an earlier version of wsjtx. I posted some info on the Yahoo group. I got tired of swimming upstream with Debian and my ham stuff and switched to ubuntu

Re: [wsjt-devel] ptt problems

2014-07-25 Thread Bill Somerville
On 25/07/2014 15:23, Thomas Early wrote: Hi, Hi again Tom, I had a chance to look into this a bit further, comments inline below. My first post, so be gentle please... No need for that, you have done well debugging your issue. I had Debian 7.4 and successfully compiled an earlier version of

Re: [wsjt-devel] ptt problems

2014-07-25 Thread Bill Somerville
On 25/07/2014 22:08, Thomas Early wrote: Hi Tom, On 07/25/2014 01:23 PM, Bill Somerville wrote: According to the code in hamlib, that should send a TX1 to my 590s, but my mic is still active with the Text PTT button. Although not all necessary, your changes should have worked. You need

Re: [wsjt-devel] Rig Control Error

2014-08-01 Thread Bill Somerville
On 01/08/2014 04:42, jeff millar wrote: Hi Jeff, Sorry you are having some issues with the current WSJT-X code. First problem: Most of the time, when starting a transmission or using the Tune button, WSJTX throws a Rig Control Error Hamlib error: Invalid parameter while getting current VFO

Re: [wsjt-devel] Rig Control Error

2014-08-01 Thread Bill Somerville
to set the stream name is IMHO a Qt defect. jeff, wa1hco Hope this helps 73 Bill G4WJS. On 08/01/2014 05:10 AM, Bill Somerville wrote: On 01/08/2014 04:42, jeff millar wrote: Hi Jeff, Sorry you are having some issues with the current WSJT-X code. First problem: Most of the time, when starting

Re: [wsjt-devel] Ubuntu 14.04

2014-08-03 Thread Bill Somerville
On 03/08/2014 17:14, Patrick wrote: Hi All, Hi Patrick, Sorry to bug you with this, but I have problems with the Ubuntu 14.04, so I am looking for some help... First, I have a TS2000 connected via a Microkey II, I am using mhuxd and rigctld to control the tranceiver, and all is working

Re: [wsjt-devel] Rig Control Error

2014-08-04 Thread Bill Somerville
this is taking so long to diagnose. jeff, wa1hco 73 Bill G4WJS. On 08/01/2014 08:11 AM, Bill Somerville wrote: On 01/08/2014 12:28, jeff millar wrote: Hi Bill... Hi Jeff, Thanks for the ideas. I'm off to vacation for a week and will not have access to the desktop or radio for that time. I will try

Re: [wsjt-devel] Bug in HRD TCP

2014-08-16 Thread Bill Somerville
On 16/08/2014 19:00, Michael Black wrote: Hi Michael, Using WSJT-X 1.40 as of 7/30/14 Bug: HRD cat control doesn't not work over TCP/IP to port 7809 on HRD 6.2.7.285 (also on previous release that I had) I assume I'm setting it up correctly with 127.0.0.1:7809 and also tried with the

Re: [wsjt-devel] Bug in HRD TCP

2014-08-16 Thread Bill Somerville
dependencies but it is possible that a rebuild may have missed something. 73 Bill G4WJS. -Original Message- From: Bill Somerville [mailto:g4...@classdesign.com] Sent: Saturday, August 16, 2014 1:50 PM To: wsjt-devel@lists.sourceforge.net Subject: Re: [wsjt-devel] Bug in HRD TCP On 16/08

Re: [wsjt-devel] Bug in HRD TCP

2014-08-16 Thread Bill Somerville
State *N d0 CRRange = 0..1 ?N N d0 CR 73 Bill G4WJS. -Original Message- From: Bill Somerville [mailto:g4...@classdesign.com] Sent: Saturday, August 16, 2014 4:43 PM To: wsjt-devel

Re: [wsjt-devel] Bug in HRD TCP

2014-08-17 Thread Bill Somerville
- From: Bill Somerville [mailto:g4...@classdesign.com] Sent: Saturday, August 16, 2014 5:13 PM To: wsjt-devel@lists.sourceforge.net Subject: Re: [wsjt-devel] Bug in HRD TCP On 16/08/2014 22:59, Michael Black wrote: Hi Mike, It appears to me that the Omni VII does not allow you

Re: [wsjt-devel] wsjt-x ptt

2014-08-29 Thread Bill Somerville
On 29/08/2014 17:27, Michael Black wrote: You should be able to grep the source for 4532. Or use a port redirector http://www.mcafee.com/us/downloads/free-tools/fpipe.aspx If you are going to change the source and rebuild, you might as well just build the latest development sources as that

Re: [wsjt-devel] TenTec Omni HRD TCP fix

2014-08-29 Thread Bill Somerville
On 23/08/2014 16:06, Michael Black wrote: Hi Mike, sorry for the delay in replying, I am now back on line. I got the TCP working for the TenTec Omni VII on HRD basically just by ignoring the pull-down menu error. Diff is attached and in-line here too. OK, but i have a problem with this

Re: [wsjt-devel] Ubuntu Linux WSJTX Build Error Messages

2014-08-29 Thread Bill Somerville
On 26/08/2014 00:52, John N1ISA wrote: Hi John, WSJTX Developers, I followed the wsjtx build instructions that were recently posted. I made good progress until the last 2 procedures. I typed this syntax... cmake -D CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH:PATH=/home/n1isa/local/hamlib -D

Re: [wsjt-devel] wsjt-x ptt

2014-08-30 Thread Bill Somerville
more. I need to work out what has latched up, if anything, as you should be able to change any configuration settings back via the GUI. 73 Nick G3VNC On 29/08/14 17:34, Bill Somerville wrote: On 29/08/2014 17:27, Michael Black wrote: Or use a port redirector If you are going to change

Re: [wsjt-devel] TenTec Omni HRD TCP fix

2014-09-01 Thread Bill Somerville
. *From:*Bill Somerville [mailto:g4...@classdesign.com] *Sent:* Saturday, August 30, 2014 3:11 PM *To:* wsjt-devel@lists.sourceforge.net *Subject:* Re: [wsjt-devel] TenTec Omni HRD TCP fix On 29/08/2014 19:04, Michael Black wrote: Hi Mike, Yeah...just wanted to let you know what I did. HRD

Re: [wsjt-devel] TenTec Omni HRD TCP fix

2014-09-01 Thread Bill Somerville
for a long time and possibly it is still unresolved. I will try and commit a change with retries in later, but I suspect that HRD still may go rogue after this command collision issue so it may not be a workable solution, we shall see. Mike W9MDB 73 Bill G4WJS. *From:*Bill Somerville

Re: [wsjt-devel] TenTec Omni HRD TCP fix

2014-09-01 Thread Bill Somerville
I have here so I would appreciate if you could test on your setup please. I have also improved the diagnostic and error messages a little so the context of a failure should be clearer. 73 Bill G4WJS. *From:*Bill Somerville [mailto:g4...@classdesign.com] *Sent:* Monday, September 01, 2014 9

Re: [wsjt-devel] TenTec Omni HRD TCP fix

2014-09-03 Thread Bill Somerville
On 03/09/2014 20:32, Michael Black wrote: Hi Mike, HRD just released a new version 6.2.72.292 and I've been running it now for about 3 hours with HRD Logbook running and it hasn't died yet. So me thinkst they fixed their problem. It wasn't mentioned in the release notes but it was probably

Re: [wsjt-devel] TenTec Omni HRD TCP fix

2014-09-03 Thread Bill Somerville
G4WJS. *From:*Bill Somerville [mailto:g4...@classdesign.com] *Sent:* Wednesday, September 03, 2014 5:05 PM *To:* wsjt-devel@lists.sourceforge.net *Subject:* Re: [wsjt-devel] TenTec Omni HRD TCP fix On 03/09/2014 20:32, Michael Black wrote: Hi Mike, HRD just released a new version 6.2.72.292

Re: [wsjt-devel] TenTec Omni HRD TCP fix

2014-09-03 Thread Bill Somerville
handy but you must be careful not to overdrive any part of the TX audio chain as any clipping will generate harmonics that may well be inside your TX bandwidth. 73 Bill G4WJS. *From:*Bill Somerville [mailto:g4...@classdesign.com] *Sent:* Wednesday, September 03, 2014 5:43 PM *To:* wsjt-devel

Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town

2014-09-04 Thread Bill Somerville
On 04/09/2014 19:24, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi all, Hi Joe, I'm home again after recent travels, once again getting back up to speed on all the good things done by others. Hope the travels were enjoyable, I gather from Dave G4RGK that the WX in France wasn't too pleasant. We have a lot of good

Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town

2014-09-04 Thread Bill Somerville
On 04/09/2014 21:37, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi Bill and all, Hi Joe, Hope the travels were enjoyable, I gather from Dave G4RGK that the WX in France wasn't too pleasant. Some rain, to be sure. But we had a delightful time nevertheless! Thanks for detailing the remaining issues you're aware of

Re: [wsjt-devel] HRD tcp bug

2014-09-05 Thread Bill Somerville
On 05/09/2014 16:29, Michael Black wrote: Hi Mike, Still having problems with the HRD tcp bug. What's of interest to me is that I can run HRD Logger and DM780 both of which use port 7809 too and they don't seem to have any problems. So I'm going to try and compare these to hopefully figure

Re: [wsjt-devel] WSJT-X v1.4 User Guide

2014-09-05 Thread Bill Somerville
On 05/09/2014 17:09, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi all, Hi Joe All, I've posted a new v1.4 WSJT-X User Guide at http://www.physics.princeton.edu/pulsar/K1JT/wsjtx-doc/wsjtx-main.html and changed the URL compiled into WSJT-X (r4251) so that it points to this new location. In the interests of non

Re: [wsjt-devel] jt65code, jt9code

2014-09-05 Thread Bill Somerville
On 05/09/2014 18:36, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi Bill, Hi Joe, When you get a chance, could you modify CMakeLists.txt so that the executables jt65code[.exe] and jt9code[.exe] are once again built as part of the WSJT-X build procedure. These utility programs are described in the User Guide

Re: [wsjt-devel] jt65code, jt9code

2014-09-05 Thread Bill Somerville
On 05/09/2014 18:36, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi Bill, Hi Joe, When you get a chance, could you modify CMakeLists.txt so that the executables jt65code[.exe] and jt9code[.exe] are once again built as part of the WSJT-X build procedure. Done. These utility programs are described in the User Guide

Re: [wsjt-devel] Flags

2014-09-05 Thread Bill Somerville
On 05/09/2014 23:04, Michael Black wrote: Hi Mike, How do we set compile flags now? WSJT_TRACE_CAT and WSJT_QDEBUG_TO_FILE for example? Now? This has not changed. Either use: cmake-gui build-tree-path or directly edit the CMakeCache.txt in the build tree. Then rebuild: cmake --build

Re: [wsjt-devel] HRD tcp bug

2014-09-05 Thread Bill Somerville
at a version that doesn't repeatedly use get radio to check the HRD context number. The change will be non-trivial but I should be able to come up with something we can at least test with to verify we have found the action that triggers the issue. Mike W9MDB 73 Bill G4WJS. *From:*Bill

Re: [wsjt-devel] Workers on the new code

2014-09-06 Thread Bill Somerville
On 06/09/2014 14:27, Charles Yahrling wrote: Joe et al, Hi Charles, I would like to be removed from the developer mailing list. How can I do that or will you do it for me? FYI I did not make the sourceforge migration so I'm unfamiliar with their process. User KB1ZMX. Have you tried

Re: [wsjt-devel] HRD tcp bug

2014-09-09 Thread Bill Somerville
On 09/09/2014 13:48, Michael Black wrote: Hi Mike, I've determined the problem now is with HRD (running 6.2.72.293) and Windows 7 32-bit. So I'm going to report this to HRD.This behavior also shows up during WSJT-X operations during frequency changes with very slow freq changes (like 10

Re: [wsjt-devel] HRD tcp bug

2014-09-09 Thread Bill Somerville
On 09/09/2014 15:28, Michael Black wrote: Hi Mike, Yep...same context# on all 3. OK, so that's no the problem since HRD logbook and DM780 cooperate. Here's what I think now that might explain why sometimes it works and sometimes not. It does appear that HRD spawns a thread for each client.

Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town

2014-09-11 Thread Bill Somerville
On 04/09/2014 20:48, Bill Somerville wrote: Below are some updates on issues I reported that may be blocking for a Beta release of WSJT-X v1.4: On 04/09/2014 19:24, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi all, Hi Joe, I'm home again after recent travels, once again getting back up to speed on all the good

Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town

2014-09-11 Thread Bill Somerville
On 11/09/2014 19:40, John Nelson wrote: Hi Bill and Joe, Hi John, 1) What version of Qt are you compiling against?Qt5.2.1?I compiled a local version of Qt5.2.1 from source following your suggestion to be able to get full c++11 support.But qt-project now has 5.3.1 available.

Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town

2014-09-11 Thread Bill Somerville
. The easiest way for me to check what you have is for you to send me the file CMakeCache.txt from your build directory. Mike W9MDB 73 Bill G4WJS. -Original Message- From: Bill Somerville [mailto:g4...@classdesign.com] Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2014 2:00 PM To: wsjt-devel

Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town

2014-09-11 Thread Bill Somerville
On 11/09/2014 22:05, Bill Somerville wrote: No Hamlib DLLs which is what you have below - all is OK now. Oops, no it's not. That libhamlib-2.dll should not be there. I suspect it is old and not put there by the build you have just done. Try nuking the install directory and running the build

Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town

2014-09-11 Thread Bill Somerville
On 11/09/2014 22:08, Michael Black wrote: Hi Mike, But what about hamlib-3.dll? Not required - we statically link Hamlib for now so as not to clash with any other application that uses Hamlib-2. 73 Bill G4WJS. -- Want

Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town

2014-09-11 Thread Bill Somerville
On 11/09/2014 21:43, KI7MT wrote: Hi Bill, Mike, Hi Greg, Just FYI I just built both Debug and Release install targets, and the only thing Hamlib related in the Build Tree are the .cpp.obj and .cpp files, which should be there I would expect. The install directories are clear of any

Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town

2014-09-11 Thread Bill Somerville
. 73 Bill G4WJS. -Original Message- From: Bill Somerville [mailto:g4...@classdesign.com] Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2014 4:09 PM To: wsjt-devel@lists.sourceforge.net Subject: Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town On 11/09/2014 22:05, Bill Somerville wrote: No Hamlib DLLs which is what

Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town

2014-09-11 Thread Bill Somerville
in your case. snip 73 Bill G4WJS. -Original Message- From: Bill Somerville [mailto:g4...@classdesign.com] Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2014 5:00 PM To: wsjt-devel@lists.sourceforge.net Subject: Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town On 11/09/2014 22:50, Michael Black wrote: snip //Path

Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town

2014-09-11 Thread Bill Somerville
the static archive (./configure --enable-static ...). Mike W9MDB 73 Bill G4WJS. -Original Message- From: Bill Somerville [mailto:g4...@classdesign.com] Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2014 5:37 PM To: WSJT software development Subject: Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town On 11/09/2014 23

Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town

2014-09-11 Thread Bill Somerville
and see if I can find it. My current build has code in that could potentially turn some Yaesu rigs into paperweights so I think for now your install is best. 73's Greg, KI7MT 73 Bill G4WJS. On 9/11/2014 22:43, Bill Somerville wrote: On 11/09/2014 23:40, Michael Black wrote: Hi Mike, Nope

Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town

2014-09-11 Thread Bill Somerville
On 12/09/2014 00:04, Bill Somerville wrote: On 11/09/2014 23:57, KI7MT wrote: Hi Bill, Hi Greg, Yup, I think that's the issue. I've never been able to build Hamlib3 on Windows, only on Linux. My current version was from one of your DropBox Downloads I believe. I can Zip up my version

Re: [wsjt-devel] Back in town

2014-09-11 Thread Bill Somerville
On 12/09/2014 00:21, Bill Somerville wrote: On 12/09/2014 00:04, Bill Somerville wrote: On 11/09/2014 23:57, KI7MT wrote: Hi Bill, Hi Greg, Yup, I think that's the issue. I've never been able to build Hamlib3 on Windows, only on Linux. My current version was from one of your DropBox

Re: [wsjt-devel] Decoded Text Font

2014-09-17 Thread Bill Somerville
On 16/09/2014 17:49, Eric NO3M wrote: Hi Eric, What font are folks using to prevent the Q tail from being cut off in the decoded text window? Have tried numerous, but none seem to resolve the problem, and more often than not, the font doesn't get updated in the decoded text area, only the

Re: [wsjt-devel] hamlib

2014-09-17 Thread Bill Somerville
On 15/09/2014 17:09, Michael Black wrote: Hi Mike, I do believe I'm up-to-date with the latest... I just removed the wsjtx dir and did build wsjtx rconfig and this happened (dconfig does the same thing): CMake Error at cmake_install.cmake:71 (FILE): file INSTALL cannot find

Re: [wsjt-devel] Plan for beta release of WSJT-X v1.4

2014-09-17 Thread Bill Somerville
On 12/09/2014 16:51, Joe Taylor wrote: Hi all, Hi Joe, Consensus has it that an open Beta Release of WSJT-X v1.4 on or about October 1 makes good sense. Toward that end, here's a tentative version of an announcement that would be made on the wsjtgroup reflector -- our most active public

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