Black Michael | 13 Jul 13:56 2016
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Pull request

I posted a pull request about two months ago and the email list has been dead since.

Is everybody on summer vacation?

de Mike W9MDB

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Bob Nielsen | 7 Jul 23:32 2016
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Support for KX2

Are there plans to support the Elecraft KX2 in hamlib?

Bob, N7XY

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Ryan Caron | 6 Jul 23:55 2016
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Green Heron RT-21 Az-El support?

Hi,

I'd like to use the RT-21 Az-El with hamlib. This is somewhat unique 
since it is really two RT-21s in a common enclosure (but separate COM 
ports). However, GPredict only allows for one antenna controller 
instance, and while it can read Az (or El), when it writes, it writes 
both Az & El, which apparently is a syntax error and results in no 
motion on either axis.

Any suggestions?

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Timothy S Powell | 18 Jun 18:09 2016
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autogen.sh libtool

Hello,

I cloned the hamlib repository and was following the directions provided with the code.  I checked and I have
libtool installed, also installed homewbrew version just to make sure, and when I run the autogen.sh file
I receive the following output.

You must have libtool installed to compile hamlib.
Download the appropriate package for your distribution.

I check and libtool can be found here on my computer:  /usr/local/bin/libtool

I feel like i’m missing something obvious.  I googled the issue and didn’t find much, i’m hoping
someone can point out what I’m overlooking.

Thank you
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J and K Schapel | 15 Jun 12:08 2016

rig control error

G'day

Firstly thanks for the time and effort you put into producing the ham 
radio control libraries.

Can you help with an error I'm observing? (see attached)

I'm using WSJT-X to decode the output of HDSDR which is connected to an 
RTL-SDR dongle (software versions are listed below). My computer is a 
Core i7 with 12GB RAM, 64bit Windows 7 and typical CPU usage is 10%.

The audio output of HDSDR is connected to WSJT-X using VB Audio Virtual 
Cable. WSJT-X is configured for CAT control of HDSDR over a virtual 
serial cable (com0com). WSJT-X rig control is configured as Kenwood 
TS-50S, poll interval 1s, COM3, 9600 baud, 8 data, 2 stop, no handshake.

The error occurs a second or two after WSJT-X attempts to change the 
HDSDR dial frequency but not every time. When the error occurs, HDSDR 
changes to the correct frequency. If instead of WSJT-X, I use WSPR with 
the same settings, there are no errors.

I appreciate any assistance you're able to offer.

James

Software versions

WSJT-X version 1.6.0

HDSDR version 2.70

com0com (unknown version)

VB Audio Virtual Cable version 1.0.3.2

WSPR version 2.21

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akupries | 15 Jun 05:51 2016
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2nd Call For Papers - 23rd Annual Tcl/Tk Conference (Tcl'2016)


Hello hamlib-developer, fyi ...

23rd Annual Tcl/Tk Conference (Tcl'2016)
http://www.tcl.tk/community/tcl2016/

November 14 - 18, 2016
Crowne Plaza Houston River Oaks
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Abstracts and proposals due   September 12, 2016
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Submission of Summaries

Tcl/Tk 2016 will be held in Houston, Texas, USA from November 14, 2016 to November 18, 2016.

The program committee is asking for papers and presentation proposals
from anyone using or developing with Tcl/Tk (and extensions). Past
conferences have seen submissions covering a wide variety of topics
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* Scientific and engineering applications
* Industrial controls
* Distributed applications and Network Managment
* Object oriented extensions to Tcl/Tk
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Submissions should consist of an abstract of about 100 words and a
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The primary author for each accepted paper will receive registration
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The program committee also welcomes proposals for panel discussions of
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Jared Harvey | 12 Jun 15:42 2016

VFO unsupported inquiry --> "F 145977500.000000" vs "F 145977500"

Hello 

I'm attempting to get a TS-2000 with gpredict to adjust the radio frequency and track a satellite, but I'm having some problems. It looks like at some point hamlib has changed the commands for rigctld, which is causing gpredict's attempted communication to fail. WireShark sniffing indicates that when I set the radio frequency with rigctl and rigctld I see a data payload of "F 145977500.000000" and the radio changes frequency as expected. However when I click the "engage" button in gpredict's radio control, it sending "F 145977500" with out the stuff after the decimal place, which results in an error message and failed communications. 

I see the wiki page for rigctld implies gpredict is correct, which makes me think that hamlib has a bug. See wiki linked below. 

So I wonder which is the proper formatting? Should I be pursuing hamlib to correct this or should gpredict be changed to work with this different protocol? Also once I know which tree to bark up, how do I get this corrected? The required programming skill is beyond my abilities, so I can do little more than point someone to the problem. I'm wondering who I should inquire with. 

I'm also wildly optimistic that I can have this functional for field day which is about 10 days away from when I sent this message. 

Some key notes about my setup include win64 and hamlib 3.0.1 with gpredict 1.3. A more detailed description of my setup and the other details of my existing setup can be found in the gpredict mailing list found here https://sourceforge.net/p/gpredict/mailman/gpredict-discussion/?viewmonth=201606&viewday=12 

Best regards.

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Tobias Wellnitz | 10 Jun 23:26 2016
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Pull Request: High Throughput of commands for Yaesu rigs

Hi Nate, 

thanks to the guidance of Bill, G4WJS I have implemented a solution which allows high throughput of messages for Yaesu Rigs. Here is the link to the pull request:


The pull requests adds a high throughput (>200 messages / second) for Yaesu rigs based on the newcat backend. The option can be selected by setting the custom configuration token "fast_commands_token".

In order to allow high throughput, no validation or retry will be performed.

In order to be able to set/get the configuration token it was necessary to add set_conf and get_conf functions to the newcat Yaesu backend.

Callbacks for all Yaesu rigs which support the newcat backend were added. (FT450, FT950, FT2000, FT5000, FT9000, FT1200).

The code was written by me (DH1TW) and peer reviewed by Bill, G4WJS.

73 Tobias
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Bill Somerville | 10 Jun 02:19 2016

Pull request: avid valgring MemCheck errors when using rig_list_foreach to un-register rig models.

Hi Nate,

The following changes since commit bf2b5c80baeb32dcd64deb82f516f0b2d2fe148f:

   Merge branch 'master' of http://video.vreeken.net/~pe1rxq/hamlib-code 
(2016-06-05 11:43:53 -0500)

are available in the git repository at:

   git://git.code.sf.net/u/bsomervi/hamlib mutable-rig_list_foreach

for you to fetch changes up to 4e53f99e517696d172ffc84ada81a78aa32c578e:

   Adjust rig_list_foreach to allow use for unregistering (2016-06-10 
01:13:57 +0100)

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       Adjust rig_list_foreach to allow use for unregistering

  src/register.c | 23 +++++++++++++----------
  1 file changed, 13 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-)

73
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roeland | 9 Jun 18:44 2016
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Re: IC7100/7600 rigcaps

On 2016-06-09 16:22, Black Michael wrote:
> I just submitted the pull request for this. It's just a bit more than
> just enabling send_morse since these arel part of the new CAT protocol
> too.

I know but I looked at the (verified) 7300 code -- that works. I am 
pretty sure it works on the 7100/7600 too as the command set is the 
same.

> I did submit a proposed patch for an external smeter calibration file
> a while ago. There's just too much variation between the same models
> of rigs to make it a stable thing in the static code IMHO.

For the 7100 I have a few rigs to check. (I currently am able to measure 
5 different 7100's)

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roeland | 9 Jun 15:24 2016
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IC7100/7600 rigcaps


looking at the source code, I believe that adding in ic7100.c and 
ic7600.c

.send_morse_ = icom_send_morse

is enough to enable the option to send morse via the command line.

Could someone confirm this and if yes, add to the code?

Next is that PA1JIM will shortly create an s-meter calibration list and 
I will do that for the 7100 too.

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