Hi Rockwell,

The development routine ft8d is not what you want for a stand-alone 
command-line decoder. It is not kept up-to-date. Every now and then, when we 
are testing a new feature or debugging a particular issue, we’ll bring it up to 
date for that purpose. But at any given instant in time, it may not be 
functional. I believe that this is one of those instants. At present, it is not 
even being compiled.

For command-line decoding of saved wav files, jt9 with the -8 command-line 
option should do want you want.

For simulation, the ft8sim executable should be found in your build directory, 
assuming that you are building the development versions yourself.

73, Steve k9an

> On Mar 6, 2018, at 8:13 PM, Rockwell Schrock <schrockw...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi folks,
> 
> I am interested in integrating some software with FT8 by passing audio files 
> into and out of the FT8 modem as provided by WSJT-X. I'm no FORTRAN 
> developer, but it appears that I could utilize the `ft8d` command-line 
> utility to decode WAV files, and `ft8sim` to generate them. Is that a 
> reasonable approach?
> 
> If so, could we get `ft8d` and `ft8sim` executables added to the WSJT-X 
> outputs, alongside jt9, jt65code, etc.?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Rockwell WW1X
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