The Windows port has been updated. New features include:
- Support for all versions of Windows from XP to 7.
- Support for 64-bit Windows platforms
- Added features in ShipsClockConfig: Test button, Start/Stop the service
Steve Levis has kindly provided a Linux port for Ship's Clock. This uses the same code base as the Mac OS X port. To install on Linux, get the source distribution (v. 2.0.1 or above) and follow the instructions in platforms/linux/INSTALL.linux. Well done, Steve!
I've been working on a port of Ship's Clock to the Mac and other Unix-like platforms. To differentiate from the Windows version, I've upped the version to 2.0.
Version 0.1.0.2 is a minor bug fix release, but also contains some enhancements:
- failure to chime every four hours, reported by pnernst, has been fixed.
- added volume control
- added refresh of settings before each chime, so that restarting the app is not necessary after changing settings.
I created a web page (embarrassingly simple) for this project which you can get to from the project summary page or at http://shipsclock.sourceforge.net. There's a link there to the documentation (which is only really of interest to developers), or you can see it here: http://shipsclock.sourceforge.net/html/index.html.
The source files have been updated with this documentation and re-released as version 0.1.0.1; other than the addition of all the documentation there are no significant changes to the code.