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[Gpsd-commit-watch] [SCM] GPSD annotated tag, release-2.2, created. rele

From: Eric S. Raymond
Subject: [Gpsd-commit-watch] [SCM] GPSD annotated tag, release-2.2, created. release-2.2
Date: Mon, 03 Oct 2011 11:35:48 +0000

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The annotated tag, release-2.2 has been created
        at  e99c9861ee0970692fb75353289c6f8fec9dbc3e (tag)
   tagging  834a5e45d4d0cab3311ab8849f6fe4ff3138df72 (commit)
  replaces  release-2.1
 tagged by  Eric S. Raymond
        on  Mon Oct 18 11:20:57 2004 -0400

- Log -----------------------------------------------------------------
Tag for public release.

Eric S. Raymond (29):
      Documentation improvements.
      More documentation updates.
      Make note of the Python interfaces.
      BSD port fixes and more code cleanup.
      Chop out unneeded variable.
      More code-polishing.
      Simplify the coordinate code.
      More code polishing.  Includes some portability improvements for the
      Oops -- zero the spped stamp properly.
      Make sure all files that need config.h inclusion have it.
      Setting baud rate to zero is not needed id we set HUPCL.
      More fluff removal.
      More fluff removal.
      Stash a copy of the Zodiac docs here.
      All code is now in the same brace style.
      Comment correction.
      Documentation update.
      Give up on writing a Python extension. gpsprobe isn't *that* useful.
      Make gpsprobe able to handle FV18.  Remove -p option, make it an
      Improve the labels on the data panel.
      Small speedup.
      Specify units in gps panel.
      Added notes on how to report hardware.
      Fixed used-satellite computation.
      Fix compilation port errors.
      First step towards C++.
      Revert the set-speed-to-zero extraction.
      Version bump.
      Change notes updated.



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