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File Date Author Commit
cli 2010-03-07 Uwe Hermann Uwe Hermann [96d9ba] Display actual samples, not dummy data.
contrib 2010-02-12 Uwe Hermann Uwe Hermann [749dfd] Rename.
decoder 2010-03-22 Uwe Hermann Uwe Hermann [1a0f43] Small demo Lua code snippet.
gui 2010-03-14 Uwe Hermann Uwe Hermann [a36a39] Make channel titlebar layout config option work.
include 2010-03-10 Uwe Hermann Uwe Hermann [577189] Don't hardcode samplerates supported by the LA.
lib 2010-03-14 Uwe Hermann Uwe Hermann [445653] USB-LPS: Bugfix in samplerate_config_value().
COPYING 2010-02-12 Uwe Hermann Uwe Hermann [4a3dc5] Add COPYING file.
HACKING 2010-03-08 Uwe Hermann Uwe Hermann [a93de5] Add small section about GUI/Qt coding style.
Makefile 2010-03-02 Uwe Hermann Uwe Hermann [f31561] Cosmetic whitespace fix.
README 2010-03-08 Uwe Hermann Uwe Hermann [1a233f] Mention license of the Tango Icon Library icons.

Read Me


The flosslogic project aims at creating a portable, cross-platform,
Free/Libre/Open-Source (floss) logic analyzer software that supports various
(usually USB-based) logic analyzer hardware products.

There will be a shared library with common code, a command line utility for
basic usage and easy scriptability, as well as an intuitive GUI.

Additionally a custom Open-Hardware logic analyzer hardware may be created
at some point.

Status and API

The flosslogic project is currently work in progress.

IMPORTANT: The API of the library is NOT yet considered stable! Please do
           not rely on it, yet! Changes to function names, macro names etc.
           can happen at any time without prior notice!


 - libusb
 - QT 4 (only required for the GUI)


 $ make


 $ make install


The flosslogic code is released under the terms of the GNU General
Public License (GPL), version 2 or later. See COPYING for details.

The icons for the GUI are taken from the Tango Icon Library:

They are all released into the public domain by their authors.