Concordance 0.21 is officially released! This release adds many new features including firmware update support for the 5xx line of remotes, significantly improved IR learning support (including learning more than one key in a session), and integrated udev support.
In addition, a slew of bugs have been fixed, documentation has been updated, code has been cleaned up, various language bindings have been improved and updated, and several useful options had been added.
Concordance 0.20 is officially released! It's a very major release for the Concordance project! A slew of new features have been added including: firmware updates on some remotes, significantly improved auto-detection mode, support for more platforms, better handling of failure modes, better windows build support, and better learn-IR support.
In addition, Concordance's core functionality is now contained in a shared library called libconcord which has a documented API as well as perl and python bindings. Several clients already exist.... read more
PRESS RELEASE: 02/29/08
The harmonycontrol developers are excited to bring you the 0.13 release. This release brings a slew of bug fixes, code cleanup, and a few minor feature updates. It is recommended that all users upgrade.
In addition, we'd like to announce two major changes to the project.
Effective immediately we will begin the process of renaming our project to Concordance. Version 0.13 is the last version released under the harmony or harmonycontrol name. All future versions will be released under the Concordance name. The next version is expected to be called 0.20.... read more
Version 0.12 is out! It improves automatic mode detection and improves documentation and error reporting. All open bugs are closed.
Version 0.11 is out, fixing all open bugs and updating the documentation. See the Changelog for details.
Version 0.10 has been released! This marks our first version developed openly on public CVS, as well as a slew of new features and bugfixes! See the changelog for details!