Project Release Information
The automatic Morse code decoder can now be
This release fixes a bug in the incoming signal buffering that would
overwrite buffered events when frames would come too fast during the
fade-out period, just after a buffer underrun.
A section was added in the README to explain how to use CWirc with the aRts daemon. The DTR line is now explicitly set so that CWirc can read back the state of the Morse key contact(s), even if another program left the serial port in a bad state.
The plugin stub now filters out CWirc frames even
when the plugin is disabled, so it's now possible
to close the CWirc panel and keep chatting
normally on a Morse channel. The plugin stub now
correctly handles channel locks on different IRC
servers, and warns the user when a lock is stale.
The README has been corrected and a French translation of it has been added. The -fPIC flag has been added to build the plugin's object files. The Debian package maintainer has been changed and his changes have been merged.
CWirc is a plugin for the X-Chat IRC client to transmit raw Morse code over the internet using IRC servers as reflectors. The transmitted Morse code can be received in near real-time by other X-Chat clients with the CWirc plugin. CWirc tries to emulate a standard amateur radio rig: it sends and receives Morse over virtual channels, and it can listen to multiple senders transmitting on the same channel. Morse code is keyed locally using a straight or iambic key connected to a serial port, or using the mouse buttons, and the sound is played through the sound card, or through an external sounder.(This Description is auto-translated)