xdemorse 3.4-1 source package in Ubuntu


xdemorse (3.4-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * QA upload.
  * New upstream release. (Closes: #829905)
  * Removed all references to dh-autoreconf. Autoreconf is the default action
    in Debian now.
  * debian/control:
      - Bumped Standards-Version to 4.1.1.
      - Build-Depends field:
          ~ Changed from libgtk2.0-dev to libgtk-3-dev.
          ~ Removed intltool. The upstream is using gettext now.
      - Changed priority to optional.
  * debian/copyright:
      - Added a new license, relative to autogen.sh file.
      - Updated upstream and packaging copyright years.
  * debian/patches/unversioned-automake.patch: removed. The upstream is using
    a new autogen.sh file.

 -- Joao Eriberto Mota Filho <email address hidden>  Tue, 03 Oct 2017 18:50:37 -0300

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Uploaded by:
Debian QA Group on 2017-10-05
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Original maintainer:
Debian QA Group
Medium Urgency

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Bionic release on 2017-11-03 universe hamradio


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xdemorse_3.4-1.dsc 1.7 KiB 740118edcb66e084eee714ca93acfc9c109c9e69a1beae53fea8726b771ea06f
xdemorse_3.4.orig.tar.bz2 241.2 KiB 4046494971fcd23b7f602e71430fe7b6543514b1d35730db13a4eec52d84735b
xdemorse_3.4-1.debian.tar.xz 5.1 KiB 0ce7d4d71b70d0a9e246fe5fe90c465d47fd0ca2140378d2b3dea87061849eb1

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xdemorse: decode Morse signals to text

 X/GTK+ application for decoding Morse code signals into text. xdemorse
 detects the "dihs" and "dahs" that make a Morse code character via the
 computer's sound card, which can be connected to a radio receiver tuned
 to a CW Morse code transmission or to a tone generator.
 The input signal is processed by a Goertzel tone detector algorithm which
 produces "mark" or "space" (signal/no signal) outputs and the resulting
 stream of Morse code "elements" is decoded into an ASCII character for
 printing to the Text viewer.
 xdemorse has a certain level of tolerance towards operator errors (bad
 "fist") regarding deviation from the standard duration of the various
 elements that make up the Morse code.There is a "Waterfall" (audio
 spectrum) display derived from an integer-arithmetic FFT of the receiver's
 audio output.
 This program has built-in CAT capability but only for the Yaesu FT847 or
 FT857 and Elecraft K2 or K3.

xdemorse-dbgsym: debug symbols for xdemorse