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* 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 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
* 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