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[Gpsd-commit-watch] [SCM] GPSD annotated tag, release-2.37, created. rel

From: Eric S. Raymond
Subject: [Gpsd-commit-watch] [SCM] GPSD annotated tag, release-2.37, created. release-2.37
Date: Mon, 03 Oct 2011 11:35:55 +0000

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The annotated tag, release-2.37 has been created
        at  b39c4c9cc5d9a420c205844f033ef6462a004eec (tag)
   tagging  257c8eea6b753f0f31978ef1a1492450ccbf97fe (commit)
  replaces  release-2.36
 tagged by  Eric S. Raymond
        on  Sun Feb 17 16:27:16 2008 -0500

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

Chris Kuethe (13):
      handle NMEA sources by waiting a bit looking for an actual fix. give up
      allow the script to be a little more patient in waiting for position 
      i'm back, baby!
      Adjust the color scheme a bit - less than 10dBHz SNR is effectively 
      Clamp satellite positions here too.
      stop slurping the whole file into a buffer in memory;
      got elevation and azimuth backwards... again.
      Add a little maximum satellite visibility analyzer
      Disable Garmin Simple Text protocol.
      Put back the C++ support; there are applications that need it (KDE4).
      crank to 2.37 for release
      Long awaited request from Hamish - higher precision log...

Eric S. Raymond (8):
      Small shipping improvement for next time, and bump the version number.
      Fix splint annotations.
      Documentation fixes.
      Documentation fix.
      Remove action for the hotplug wrapper, from Mikkel L. Ellertson.
      Document another upstream bug.
      Garmin binary is working again.
      Incorporated Andreas Stricker's regression test for the leap-year code.

Gary E. Miller (10):
      Revert 'cosmetic' change from 2 Jun by esr that broke Garmin USB binary.
      Prevent spawning more than one ntp/pps thread.  This also fixes some 
process killing problems I have been seeing.  Thanks to John Arthur 
      A better attempt to handle PPS that is a square wave instead of a pulse.
      'typename' is a reserved word in C++.
      Add Garmin 5Hz support to PPS.  Patch from John Arthur <address@hidden>
      Fix Garmin ifdef nesting error.  Found by John Arthur <address@hidden>
      Fix, 2nd try, too many PPS threads being started.
      Missed one thing fixing 'typename'.
      Fix to allow compiling with --disable-pps to work.
      Doc tweak to note -D2 does work in the background, it sends errors to 



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