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* mode2 has been updated to handle also LIRCCODE devices (#94)
and also handling the --driver-options switch
* xmode2 has been updated to handle udp driver, the new
--driver-options switch + some general overhaul.
* irrecord has got some love:
+ It handles multiple definitions of same symbol OK (#78)
+ Warns about single-key config files (#77)
+ Checks for ambient light disturbances (#76)
+ New option allows updating of existing template file.
+ Template handling bug fixed
+ -l --list-namespace option parsing bug fixed (#101).
* irrecord has been split into a library and a cli interface (#36). The
library interface is unstable and not announced in pkg-config.
* lircmd: Several option parsing bug fixed, one of which blocked the
systemd service (#104, RH bz 1234155).
* lirc-setup: fixed name clash on recent python versions.
* The udp driver is patched to allow adjustable clockrates, see
new udp_driver.html driver doc.
* The mplay driver has been updated with patches which has been
* Overall code formatting is improved with more consistent
layout and updated git hook. See CONTRIBUTE.md
* The compiler has been switched to c++, and filenames are
updated to *.cpp (#79)
* New build dependency: xsltproc (usually coming with libxml).
* Unlinked and hard to find driver docs and manpages have been linked.
* Build: now uses parallell make by default.
* Docs: The Configuration Guide has been updated.
* Documentation fixes
* Add fix for #70, by mistake omitted in pre2.
* Fixes for #67 - #75 besides #71 and #74.
* Removed functionality:
+ The smode2 program has been retired from the build, although it still
is available in contrib/.
+ The setup.sh script is removed (build always builds all drivers).
* Drivers are loaded dynamically. Many programs including lircd now
needs to know where the drivers are located to be able to use
them. There are new options, environment variables and hard-coded
defaults. See the manpages for more.
* A new tool lirc-lsplugins is added to inspect dynamic driver modules.
* New, unstable configuration script lirc-setup. The script guides user
when selecting both capture device and remote config. It sports auto-
detection of most devices, searching and downloading from the remotes
database and a considerable amount of bugs.
* The remotes/ directory has become obsolete, only used for testing.
New configuration tools uses the remotes database at
http://sf.net/p/lirc-remotes as the only source (#53). A new tool
irdb-get(1) supports searching and downloading from remotes database.
* Building on MacOSX has been refreshed.
* New devices and features:
+ Support for the Dangerous Prototypes irtoy device is added (#20).
+ Support for for sonyir on MacOSX is added. This is a single hiddev
device; with the framework in place hopefully more devices will be
added over time.
+ Support for the DIY assembly kit yard2 usb ir device is added. This is
an experimental driver which depends on a server which currently is not
packaged in any major distro; a Debian/Ubuntu PPA is available.
+ Support for the Roku remote protocol added (#8).
+ Support for long keypresses has been added. See the "Configuring LIRC"
chapter in the manual, search for "ignore_first_event" (#50).
* lircd has been verified to run as regular user as long as it can open
devices and such. A new option --effective-user makes lircd drop it's
privileges after opening devices if started as root. A new udev rule
is shipped to make /dev/lirc* accessible for users in group 'lirc" (#56).
* Logging runtime option is renamed: debug -> loglevel. Levels can be given
symbolically e. g., 'info' or 'error'. Old option name is still supported.
* Configuration changes
+ The default location for the user lircrc-file has been changed from
~/.lircrc to ~/.config/lircrc. The old location is still used as fallback.
+ The lircd.conf configuration has been updated. lircd will now besides
the lircd.conf file also read all *.conf files in the
/etc/lirc/lircd.conf.d directory. The already existing include directive
has been modified to accept wildcards and also been documented.
+ lircd.conf has a new 'driver' attribute for configs requiring a specific
driver. Supported by irrecord(1), used by lirc-setup(1) and irdb-get(1).
+ Mechanisms to disable the implicit sorting of remotes has been added,
and the automatic sorting has been enhanced (ticket #56).
+ The enabling of lircrcd mode synchronization daemon has been changed. The
old "#! lircrcd" shebang is deprecated and a new, global lircrc option
"lircrc_class" is added (#62). The lircrcd sockets has been moved to
/var/run/lirc (#61). This might break some corner-case installations.
+ Build scripts now requires python3.
+ Build requires the pkg-config package, in particular
+ python3-PyYAML is strongly recommended. lirc builds without it, but
crippled (no table.html or lirc.hwdb, lirc-setup doesn't work).
+ Doxygen is required to build api docs (ignored if missing).
+ man2html is required to generate html manpages (the bundled version
is dropped). If missing, no html manpages are generated.
+ lirc-setup requires gtk3 libraries and python3-gobject bindings,
these are not required to build.
+ help2man is no longer required.
+ kernel sources are not required.
* New configure options:
--with-systemdsystemunitdir=... Installation path for systemd files
--with-lockdir=... Serial lock directory, /var/lock or /var/lockdev
--enable-python3-fix: Install python3 wrapper to actual python3.x
version, bug walk-around for MacOSX.
* Several options to configure have been dropped:
--with-syslog: Logging defaults to using syslog, but using
the --logfile runtime option switches to file loggging.
--enable-debug: All builds have debug enabled.
--daemonize: Always enabled.
--enable-sandboxed: Devices are created in runtime.
--with-driver=... The build always builds all drivers
--enable-maintainer-mode: lircd.simsend and lircd.simrec
(test tools) are always created although not installed.
* Installation changes.
+ The so-version of the liblirc library is bumped, backwards-compatible.
+ The lircd and lircmd sockets are not created at installation any more,
they are created on demand by the servers. If there already is e. g., a
/var/run/lirc/lircd socket it will still be used without changing
+ The long-standing issues with parallel make are fixed.
+ Many more files are installed in the data directory e. g., configuration
files and a local copy of the lirc.org website.
+ Old, non-functional kernel modules are removed.
+ The configuration data which was in several places including
configure.ac and setup.data is now in the configs/ directory.
* API and programming features.
+ Support for sending data has been added to the lirc_client.h API.
+ lirc now installs three separate libraries: lirc_private (internal),
lirc (for external applications) and lirc_driver for drivers. Each
library has a so-file to link to, a header file for compilation
and a pkg-config .pc file for build. Applications and drivers have
been refactored to use the libraries.
+ The hard-coded socket used by the lirc_client API can now be
tweaked using LIRC_SOCKET_PATH environment variable (ticket #31).
+ There are examples in the sources how to build new drivers. The
documentation in this area is also improved (see the driver-api guide
+ The doc/ directory has support for creating doxygen API documentation.
* Test overhaul: new unit tests available in test/. New test tools
irsimsend and irsimreceive which works without lircd. The
lirc-codec-regression-test script has been updated.
* Added systemd support: unit files, socket activation.
* Default config files are installed in /etc, use --install-etc to disable.
* Building kernel modules is not supported.
* New config file lirc_options.conf with cli options default values.
* Automagically sets the lirc protocol for /dev/rc devices.
* Whitespace cleanup and git hook to enforce whitespace handling.
* Docs are built as part of normal build process.
* Autotools update and Darwin fixes.
* docs: Added new Configuration Guide.
* Remove mceusb, streamzap, it8x, ene0100 drivers, as they're
now redundant with upstream kernel drivers
* fix oops unplugging igorplugusb receiver while in use (special
thanks to Timo Boettcher for providing hardware)
* more error-checking for NULL irctl in various lirc_dev paths
* add support for Monueal Moncaso IR to mplay driver (123justme)
* add another PNP device ID to lirc_it87 (Jochen Kühner)
* drop references to static chardev major number 61, we use dynamic
* resync lirc_dev with what was merged in the kernel
* reformat code using indent to look more like Linux kernel code
* drop explicit support for kernels older than 2.6.18
* adapt to using lirc.h as merged in the upstream linux kernel
* non-LONG_IR_CODE option dropped, its been the default for years
* use portable type definitions all over the place
* drop an old GLIBC work-around for printing 64-bit values
* fix timing-specific repeat-after-release issue (Christoph Bartelmus)
* renamed lirc_ite8709 to lirc_it85 and updated (Yan-Min Lin, ITE)
* improved usb-uirt support for FreeBSD (John Wehle)
* spurious locking complaint fixes for FreeBSD (John Wehle)
* added support for new Command IR III hardware (Matthew Bodkin)
* updated mceusb support to properly initialize 3rd-gen hardware
* updated imon driver that doesn't corrupt their displays
* hack to make not-in-lirc zilog driver function with larger values
* added support for Aureal ATWF@83-W001 ESKY.CC remote (Romain Henriet)
* added transmit support to driver for ENE CIR port
(only few devices support that)
* made generation of automatic release events in lircd more robust
* added tira_raw driver for the Ira/Tira receivers that supports
receiving in timing mode, the tira driver now supports transmit
* added support for DFC USB InfraRed Remote Control (Davio Franke)
* added support for simple transmitter circuit connected to
soundcard (Bob van Loosen)
* added support for Philips SRM 7500 RF remote (Henning Glawe)
* added support for ENE KB3926 revision B/C/D (ENE0100) CIR port
(found on some notebooks, e.g: Acer Aspire 5720G, HP Pavilion dv5)
* merged 1st-gen mceusb device support into lirc_mceusb2,
renamed lirc_mceusb2 to lirc_mceusb
* added support for putting iMON receviers into MCE/RC6 mode
* added input subsystem mouse device support to iMON driver
* improved iMON driver to handle dual-interface iMON devices
via a single lirc device, reducing configuration complexity
* added support for more iMON devices, including proper support
for touchscreen iMON devices (Rene Harder)
* improved iMON driver including touchscreen support
* Linux input support added to lircmd
* added support for IT8720 CIR port
* moved default lircd, lircmd and lircrcd config file locations to
/etc/lirc/lircd.conf, /etc/lirc/lircmd.conf and /etc/lirc/lircrc
* moved lircd socket from /dev/lircd to /var/run/lirc/lircd
* moved default pid file location from /var/run/lircd.pid to
* added support for XMP protocol
* added support for Winbond 8769L CIR port (e.g. found on Acer
Aspire 6530G) (Juan J. Garcia de Soria)
* added support for FTDI FT232-based IR Receiver
* Linux input event generation using uinput
* standardised namespace following Linux input conventions
* added support for Awox RF/IR Remote (Arif)
* added support for new iMON LCD devices
* added support for Antec-branded iMon LCD and VFD devices
* fixed show-stopper bug in irrecord for drivers using MODE2
* added support for ITE8709 CIR port (Gregory Lardiere)
* added pronto2lirc converter (Olavi Akerman)
* support for include directive in lircd.conf
* added support for Samsung USB IR Receiver (Robert Schedel)
* added support for Soundgraph iMON IR/LCD (Dean Harding)
* added support for IRLink receiver (Maxim Muratov)
* added support for VLSystem MPlay Blast (Benoit Laurent)
* implemented SIMULATE command in irsend to simulate IR events
* added user-space I2C driver (Adam Sampson)
* added support for Hauppauge HVR-1300 (Jan Frey)
* dropped support for 2.4 kernels
* added support for TechnoTrend USB IR receiver (Stefan Macher)
* automatic release event generation in lircd
* added support for Apple Mac mini USB IR Receiver (Stephen Williams)
* added support for ADSTech USBX-707 USB IR Blaster (Jelle Foks)
* periodically try to reopen lirc device if reading fails (probably
because USB device has been removed)
* added support for Creative USB IR Receiver (SB0540) (Benjamin Drung)
* lirc_mceusb2 supports setting carrier frequency
* added support for Asus DH remote (Brice DUBOST, Bernhard Frauendienst)
* fixed show-stopper bug in RC-6 transmit code
* added support for Kanam Accent (Niccolo Rigacci)
* added support for SoundGraph iMON 2.4G DT & LT (Morten Bogeskov)
* added support for USB-UIRT
* added transmitter support for new version of Windows Media Center
transceiver (Daniel Melander)
* added support for Iguanaworks USB IR Transceiver (Joseph Dunn)
* added support for Actisys Act220L(+) (Jan Roemisch)
* added support for Linksys NSLU2 (Matthias Goebl)
* added new program lircrcd:
lircrcd reads the .lircrc config file and synchronises the mode
that the LIRC clients using this config file (irexec, irxevent,
etc.) are in. Using lircrcd has to be explicitly enabled in the
config file by adding the following line at the beginning of the
file: "#! lircrcd"
* the special driver option "any" has been replaced by two new
options: "all" and "userspace"
* bug fixes when transmitting codes with small gap values:
NO_HEAD_REP and RC5 work correctly again
* added support for new version of Windows Media Center Remotes
(Martin Blatter, Eric Moors)
* added support for InnovationOne's COMMANDIR USB Transceiver (Evelyn Yeung,
* added support for Asus Digimatrix (Andrew Calkin)
* bug fixes for Streamzap driver:
- device stops responding in some situations
- one pulse was dropped from output in certain situations
* added support for Sound Blaster Extigy/Audigy 2 NX (Clemens Ladisch)
* added support for Remotec Multimedia PC Remote BW6130 (Maik Freudenberg)
* added support for iMON-PAD and iMON-RSC models (Venky Raju)
* added support for DViCO USB Remote (William Uther)
* added support for Adaptec AVC-2410 capture card (Trev Jackson)
* slight change to decode algorithm:
decoding was very unreliable since release 0.6.6 for Motorola
protocol which is mostly used by Grundig remotes
* added support for Winfast PVR2000 TV card (Thomas Reitmayr)
* added support for Streamzap PC remote
* added support for Soundgraph iMON MultiMedian IR/VFD (Venky Raju)
* added support for X10 MouseRemote RF Receiver (Geoffrey Hausheer)
* added support for Hauppauge PVR150 (Per Jönsson)
* 2.2.x kernels are no longer supported
* added support for AOpen XC Cube EA65, EA65-II (Max Krasnyansky)
* added IGNORE directive to lircmd (Steven Mueller)
* added userspace USB driver for ATI remotes (Michael Gold)
* added support for Igor Cesko's USB IR receiver (Jan Hochstein)
* added support for ELMAK PCMAK (Pawel Nowak)
* added support for Sasem OnAir Remocon-V (Oliver Stabel)
* if no .lircrc file is found in the user's home directory,
/etc/lircrc is used
* replaced get_key interface with more flexible add_to_buf method
* added support for Windows Media Center Remotes (Dan Conti)
* fine-tuning of lirc_sir driver available with threshold parameter:
the default has been changed from 2 to 3 which should generate
correct signal values for more remotes
* added support for alternative IR receiver circuit connected to
soundcard input using ALSA (Andrew Zabolotny)
* added include command to .lircrc config file (Ingo van Lil)
* added support for Prolink Pixelview PV-BT878P+ (Rev.4C,8E)
* added support for UIRT2 (Mikael Magnusson)
* added support for Home Electronics Tira USB device (Gregory McLean)
* added support for Linux input layer (Oliver Endriss, Jack Thomasson)
* enabled lircd to optinally (compile time setting) decode buttons
that are not included in the config file
* added delay directive to .lircrc config file (Tobias Blomberg)
* added support for ATI RF Remote Wonder (Paul Miller)
* added support for I-O Data GV-BCTV5/PCI TV card (Jens C. Rasmussen)
* added support for Creative iNFRA CDROM (Leonid Froenchenko)
* added support for Creative BreakOut-Box (Stefan Jahn)
* added support for Igor Cesko's receiver variation
* added support for Ericsson mobile phone via Bluetooth (Vadim Shliakhov)
* added support for X10 MP3 Anywhere RF receiver (Shawn Nycz)
* added support for Creative LiveDrive (Stephen Beahm)
* added command line options to lircd that allow running multiple
instances of the daemon (Kir Kostuchenko)
* added support for IR receiver connected to soundcard input,
most parts now compile on Mac OS X/Darwin (Matthias Ringwald)
* fixed show-stopper bug in RC-6 transmit code
* added support for Jetway TV/Capture JW-TV878-FBK, Kworld KW-TV878RF cards
* added support for Leadtek WinView 601 TV card
* renamed rc tool to irsend due to name clash with another rc program
* added support for AverMedia VDOMATE
* added support for Flyvideo 98FM (LR50Q) / Typhoon TView TV/FM Tuner
* added support for Asus TV-Box (Stefan Jahn)
* added rc tool for sending IR commands (previously included in xrc package)
* bugfix for Winfast TV2000 card
* added SIR support for Actisys Act200L dongle (Karl Bongers)
* added UDP network driver for use with the IPC@Chip (Jim Paris)
* added support for hardware connected to soundcard input (Pavel Machek)
* added support for Tekram M230 Mach64 (Froenchenko Leonid)
* added support for IntelliMouse to lircmd
* added support for ITE IT8712/IT8705 CIR port (Hans-Günter Lütke Uphues)
* added support for Prolink PV-BT878P+9B card (Arkadiusz Miskiewicz)
* added support for Hauppauge DVB-s card
* more transmit bug fixes
* fixed bug in home-brew transmitter code (Steve Davies)
* fixed bug in Irdeo transmit code
* added support for FlyVideo II TV card (Alexios Chouchoulas)
* added support for Compaq iPAQ
* added support for FlyVideo 98/FM TV card
* added support for Winfast TV2000 (Juan Toledo)
* added support for BT878 version of BestBuy Easy TV card (Miguel Angel)
* added support for KNC ONE TV cards (Ulrich Mueller)
* added support for Silitek SM-1000 receiver (Krister Wicksell Eriksson)
* added TCP/IP network support (Bryan Clingman)
* changed behaviour of the repeat setting in .lircrc.
Now the 1st,(n+1)th, (2n+1)th codes are forwarded to the
application. I wonder why it ever was anything else...
* added support for BestBuy EasyTV (Miguel A. Alvarez
* added support for ProVideo PV951 (Bogdan Gaspar)
* added support for Creative Infra receiver (PC-DVD remote, Stephen White)
* major changes to the SIR driver, if you used this driver before
you may have to generate new config files for your remotes
* Tekram Irmate 210 support (receiving only, EXPERIMENTAL)
range is really lousy (<10 cm) for some remotes, works best with
RECS80 remotes due to the short pulses this protocol uses
* Fly98 TV is now supported by the lirc_gpio module
* renamed lirc_gpio_p module to lirc_gpio
* added support for Technisat MediaFocus I
* changes to transmit code in lirc_serial (read update hints for details)
* added support for Pixelview PlayTV (bt878) card
* moved lirc_haup to lirc_i2c
* added support for Chronos Video Shuttle II TV card (Tonu Raitviir)
* added startup_mode flag to .lircrc config file (Bruno Coudoin)
* added support for IRdeo (www.pofahl.de/irdeo.htm). Many thanks to
Hans-Hermann Redenius for contributing a device.
* Konrad Riedel has added support for CARACA (caraca.sourceforge.net)
* added min_repeat option to lircd.conf
Some remotes (e.g. Sony) send the IR codes several times if you
press a button even though you don't hold the button down. This
new option tells lircd how often it should send a code
additionally to the first code. In order to send the code three
times altogether you have to set min_repeat to 2.
* added support for PCTV (pro) receiver by Pinnacle Systems (Bart Alewijnse)
* lircd now can be configured to use syslogd for log output
Thanks to Rainer Clasen for the suggestion.
* irexec has a --daemon option to easily start it from an init script
Thanks to Eric Crahen for the suggestion.
* added RC-MM support
* added RC-6 support
* added support for Slink-e by Nirvis Systems (Max Spring)
* added duty_cycle option to lircd.conf
* hardware is only initialized if clients have connected to lircd
That way modules don't have to be loaded until they are really
needed. Thanks to Gilles Chanteperdrix for suggestion and patches.
* added support for the following TV cards:
Hauppauge, AVerMedia, Fly Video 98, Pixelview PlayTV pro
* added hardware abstraction layer for TV cards (Artur Lipowski
* SMP support for serial port driver
* Milan Pikula has provided a driver for the SIR (serial infrared)
mode of IrDA ports available in many notebooks
* lirc_client is now a library
* irxevent: new keyword:
xy_Key <x_position> <y_position> [modifiers-]<key> <windowname>
* finally added support of shift-encoded remotes to irrecord
* got rid of lirmand, you no longer need it!
if you update from lirc-0.5.4 you might want to modify the value
of gap in your config file to make repeats work (or just record
* added new feature to .lircrc config file:
a program with name 'progname' will startup in mode 'progname' if
such a mode is defined
* now works on Alphas
* added very simple noise filter to serial port driver
* added TOGGLE_ACTIVATE directive to lircmd
* renamed examples to contrib, added Debian 2.1 Slink init script
* cleaned up lircmd.c
* fixed bug in lirc_nextir()
* implemented extended C escape codes in .lircrc
* added IMPS/2 protocol to lircmd
* fixed signal bug in lircd, lircmd
* cleaned up parallel port driver: works great
* reversed order of ChangeLog and renamed to NEWS
* deleted all those nice new 0.5.4 Makefiles...
we now do automake and autoconf (Tom Wheeley)
* fixed memory leak in read_config()
* read_config(): parser recognizes garbage at the end of valid lines
* irrecord.c: 'begin','end' and names beginning with '#' are not allowed
as button name
* changed decoding code as last bit of pulse encoded remotes (e.g. SONY)
can be significant
* irrecord.c: small fix to make NO_HEAD_REP work
* started to add support for TV cards
* parport support for parallel port driver in 2.2.x kernels
As I don't plan to upgrade my Linux box to 2.2.x very soon this code
will stay untested until then.
* lircd accepts some list commands, an example will be implemented in
the next version of xrc; lircd sends a 'SIGHUP' string to all clients
* added new flag to support remote controls that also send a header
before repeat codes
* fixed misbehaviour when header and repeat code is equal
* added new flag to support AIWA remote controls correctly
* parser is more pedantic regarding numbers
* fixed a bug parsing flags
* LONG_IR_CODE is now default
There are more remote controls that send >32 bits than I thought.
* fixed some bugs in sending code
* minor changes to decoding code, I hope that everything else is still
* record now can convert config files in raw mode into normal config
These config files are much smaller and consume less memory.
This is still experimental and will only work for space encoded remote
* added repeat_gap to support AnimaX remote controls correctly (only
sending is affected)
* As there have been some changes to the decoding code, I have added some
code to simulate any remote control as long as I have a config file
So now I am quite sure that everything is still working with the
already known remote controls because I now can test it. :-)
* merged the device driver with Ben Pfaff's driver
* some things done by me (Karsten Scheibler)
- added documentation
- rewrite of the Makefiles to make installation somewhat easier
- new directory structure
* fixed a nasty bug in serial port device driver
* fixed sense autodetection problem in serial device driver (thanks
to Eric Lammerts for the patch)
* changed the name of record program to irrecord to avoid name conflicts
* fixed another bug in serial port device driver, we must autodetect
sense before requesting the IRQ
* fixed (I hope) problem with irq_handler in the serial port device driver
* changes to the serial port device driver to support the Animax remote
* added xmode2 and irxevent-0.4.2 to the tools directory (thanks to
* changed type of ir_code to unsigned long for faster decoding on
32-bit architectures. Change the define in the Makefile to get the
* removed some inlines to reduce code size
* changed config file format for all application programs
The most important new features are:
- one config file for all lirc applications possible
You can still have different config files.
- toggle buttons possible
- button sequences are supported
- different modes available for e.g. cd, mpg, tv, etc.
* new program: smode2
* This version has been done by Pablo d'Angelo and me (Chistoph)
* (changed by pablo) changed the config-files format for every application
in the apps directory.
You can specify the remote within the config files. '*' are allowed as
wildcards for button and remote now. (beware: the config file is parsed
from bottom to top, in case you use button='*')
* added ACTIVATE direcitve to lircmd config file
There is an example config file in contrib/lircmd.conf now.
* added some Philips remote controls (thanks to Per-Henrik Persson)
* shift encoded remote contols now work!
* Pablo has added config file support to lircd
The old header files still can be used for compatibility.
As the header files and the format of the config files might change in
further versions (yes, it has changed again in this version) you are only
on the safe side if you send me header/config files for your remote
controls that are not already part of this package.
* both lircd and lircmd will re-read their config files an SIGHUP
* added support for "raw mode" remote controls to lircd
The IR signals are not decoded. Instead the output of the device driver
is just recorded and kind of pattern matching is being done to
recognize a IR signal.
There is a new program in apps:
record will create a lircd config file for your remote control in raw mode
This also will work with remote contorls that do not use a known
protocol for sending IR signals. There might be some limitations on this
I am not aware of at the moment, but the only problem I can think of now
are remote controls that use a repeat bit.
You can still record the IR signals twice for each state of the repeat bit.
This will give you good enough results, but this is not an elegant
* configureable mouse daemon
* minor bugfixes
* this is a complete rewrite of the daemon done by me (Christoph)
* cleaned up the whole package
* removed mouse stuff from daemon, somebody has to write a configureable
* the daemon has been rewritten in plain C,
this should be much better to read
* there is support for sending again
you can download the software for sending via lirc from my homepage
* the data structures for remotes have changed,
adding new remotes should be much easier now
at this time there is only support for my remote control
further remote controls will be added if they are confirmed to work
with the new header files
* by default the daemon writes into a logfile in /var/log/lircd
* added irxevent for sending events to X application
from Heinrich Langos (email@example.com)
* The structures for the different remotes have been moved into their own
header files, in the directory remotes. The file remotes.h controls
which ones get compiled in.
* An additional remote (panasonic) thanks to Tommy Thorn
* Some updates to the docs
* Somes changes to make shift encoded remotes work better. They still
don't work right. I don't have one of these remotes, so there isn't
much I can do.
* Not official, done by me (Trent)
* new mode in kernel driver, easier to use and more stable
* Use UNIX domain socket rather than TCP socket for daemon
* decoding is more robust
* support for Packard Bell remotes, their repeat codes, and mouse control
* support for my JVC and Pioneeer remotes
* easier config file format, use names like MUTE, POWER instead of hex codes
* new program irexec, run programs when you press buttons.
* misc other fixes/changes
* no transmitting stuff....
* some support for transmitting
* cleaned up ir_remote
* readir replaced by record
* remote recognition more flexible
for most remotes you only need to fill in a data table now
see ir_remote.h and ir_remote.cc
* first release