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LightBlue 0.4

LightBlue 0.4 has been released. This version changes the license to GPL and also contains bug fixes for the library on Mac OS X.

Posted by blam 2009-02-15

LightBlue 0.3.2 released

This releases contains some major bug fixes. It fixes lightblue.obex.recvfile() on Linux (which was often refusing Put requests), stops NSInconsistencyException from being raised on Mac OS X during event processing, and makes 'from lightblue import *' work again.

Posted by blam 2008-03-20

LightBlue 0.3.1 released

This fixes a bug in findservices() on Python for Series 60.

Posted by blam 2008-02-17

LightBlue 0.3 released

LightBlue 0.3 has been released! The main feature of this release is a new OBEXClient class for the Mac OS X and Linux platforms. The library also now works on Mac OS 10.5, and the BTUtil framework has been renamed to "LightAquaBlue" and has been completely rewritten. The internals of the Linux OBEX client and server implementations have also been completely rewritten to be more flexible and more easily customised. Various unicode-related bugs have also been fixed.

Posted by blam 2008-02-03

0.2.3 released

LigthtBlue 0.2.3 has been released. This fixes the Linux version to work with the newer versions of PyBluez.

Posted by blam 2007-10-16

LightBlue 0.2.2 released

LightBlue 0.2.2 has been released. This fixes the Python for Series 60 3rd Edition builds as well as components of the 2nd Edition FP2 & FP3 builds. There are also improvements for the sockets implementation on Mac OS X.

Posted by blam 2007-08-21

LightBlue 0.2 released

LightBlue 0.2 has been released. The major features include L2CAP client sockets for Mac OS X and GNU/Linux, and a SIS binary distribution for Python for Series 60 3rd Edition. The Mac OS X sockets implementation has also been improved.

Posted by blam 2007-03-06

LightBlue 0.1 released

LightBlue 0.1 is now available. LightBlue is a cross-platform Python Bluetooth API that provides a simple programmatic interface to basic bluetooth operations, including device and service discovery, RFCOMM socket connections, and OBEX file transfer. It is implemented for the Mac OS X, GNU/Linux and Python for Series 60 platforms.

Posted by blam 2006-09-20

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