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!! This release has been superseded by a later release !! Please check the main Sourceforge page for details 1.14.1 Release Notes ---- Minor bug fixes to internet functions and the command line parser, hang fixed on OSX, removed unnecessary field from upload 1.14 Release Notes ---- Major feature additions: - Upload log files directly from TrustedQSL! Simply choose "sign and upload" from the File menu and your log will signed and uploaded automatically with no extra work. - Command line flag '-u' has been added to expose this functionality to tools authors. - The return value from tqsl can be used to determine whether the signing or upload succeeded or failed, and why 0=success; log signed and uploaded and accepted without incident 1=Cancelled by user 2=The log was rejected by the LoTW server 3=The response from the LoTW server was unexpected or unrecognized 4=An error occurred in tqsl 5=An error occurred in tqsllib (probably a bad filename) 6=Unable to open input file 7=Unable to open output file 8=All QSOs were duplicate or out of date range (no QSOs written) 9=Some QSOs were duplicate or out of date range (some QSOs written) 10=Command syntax error 11=LoTW network connection failed (no network or LoTW is unreachable) The exit status is also written to Standard Error (stderr) in an easily recognized format. - Automatically check for updates. If a new version is available, you will be periodically prompted to download and install it. You can also check manually - Duplicate checking. Any QSOs that have been successfully uploaded to Logbook of the World or saved to a file are registered in a database. Any exact duplicates are automatically stripped from future logs. This can be disabled on a case-by-case basis, in case a log was signed but never uploaded, or there was a server issue that led to an upload going unprocessed. - TQSL will now ensure that the CQ and ITU zones, and subdivisions if any (US state/county, Canadian province, Russian oblast) are valid with respect to each other. This should reduce the incidence of swapped CQ/ITU zones and in general should help ensure that more accurate location data is uploaded. When an attempt is made to use a location with errors (such as CQ/ITU zones being reversed) the user is notified to correct the errors. - Installer on Windows is now a Microsoft Windows Installer package, instead of an executable. This will allow for easier and cleaner upgrades - Added a new command line option, '-a', to allow command line users to control user interaction. This option takes a value from the set ask, abort, compliant, or all. For '-a ask', TQSL will ask users how to handle duplicates and date mismatches. '-a abort' will cause signing to terminate immediately when an error occurs. '-a compliant' will cause only correct (new or in date range) records to be output, and '-a all' will cause all of the input records (including duplicates) to be signed. Prompts for errors (date ranges bad, bad callsigns) will be suppressed for '-a compliant' or '-a all', but cause immediate aborts when '-a abort' is used. '-a ask' prompts the user in those cases. Minor changes: - TQSL/TQSLCERT now have window icons - Double-clicking an entry in the "Choose station location" window for signing now selects it, instead of opening it for editing - Command line parsing has been rewritten and should be more robust. Also, command-line documentation is available with '-h' - Files to sign and save are now prompted before location and date range - The build number is now shown in the About box; please include this when asking for help - The final confirmation before signing includes the signing station location - Output files on Unix systems are provided with a default .tq8 extension - The "Edit station location" window title now contains the callsign and station location name - Station locations can no longer be defined using expired or superceded certificates - Users are no longer prompted for a password while importing a .p12 file unless the file has a password set - When importing a certificate, detailed information is provided on the progress of the operation as well as the reason for any errors - Dozens of bug fixes and potential or real crashes fixed. TQSL/TQSLCERT and the rest of TrustedQSL now built with the CMake build system TQSL/TQSLCERT are now built with MSVC on Windows. ** Windows 98 support has been dropped. This will be one of the last releases to support Windows 2000. ** This will be one of the last releases to support OS X on PowerPC systems.
Source: README, updated 2013-06-08

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