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OpenSkipper 2015-10-06 4040 weekly downloads
ReadMe 1.6.txt 2016-12-10 1.2 kB 77 weekly downloads
NMEA+AIS Definitions.zip 2016-12-10 61.2 kB 66 weekly downloads
Logfiles.zip 2010-03-30 7.6 MB 1111 weekly downloads
Totals: 4 Items   7.7 MB 64
Open Skipper Files www.openskipper.com OpenSkipper-1.6-src ---------------------- The Visual Studio v 2013 C# .Net 4.5 source files for Open Skipper, licensed under the GPL. Open the project by double clicking on Open Skipper Application.sln. You should compile the project before opening any forms because the forms contain components and controls that need to be compiled before they can be used. LogFiles -------- Pre-recorded messages sent by a variety of instruments, including AIS transmitters. Useful for exploring Open Skipper if you don't have access to real NMEA 0183 or NMEA 2000 instruments. Open Skipper Help Project ------------------------- A Microsoft HTML Help Workshop project with a single help file for Open Skipper. This help file is embedded within Open Skipper as a resource, and automatically extracted (and saved next to the executable) when the Help command is invoked. NMEA+AIS Definitions -------------------- The XML definition files used to define how NMEA 2000, NMEA 0183 and AIS messages should be decoded to reveal their data field values. These files are also embedded with Open Skipper as a resource, and so do not not need to be downloaded.
Source: ReadMe 1.6.txt, updated 2016-12-10

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