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[Gpsd-commit-watch] [SCM] GPSD annotated tag, release-2.94, created. rel

From: Eric S. Raymond
Subject: [Gpsd-commit-watch] [SCM] GPSD annotated tag, release-2.94, created. release-2.94
Date: Mon, 03 Oct 2011 11:35:59 +0000

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The annotated tag, release-2.94 has been created
        at  3757839128da9ac7e185a5d51d54834795da1191 (tag)
   tagging  b49753c8fb1555263728d81a8e538114ea355d37 (commit)
  replaces  release-2.93
 tagged by  Eric S. Raymond
        on  Tue Apr 20 14:23:31 2010 -0400

- Log -----------------------------------------------------------------
Tagged for external release 2.94
Version: GnuPG v1.4.9 (GNU/Linux)


Bernd Zeimetz (14):
      Use to handle the Python shebangs.
      s/xgps/xgpsspeed/ within error messages in configure.
      Make some print statements compatible with python3.1.
      Define build and scriptdir for in
      Make some tests in compatible to python3.1
      Make compatible to python3.1.
      Build python modules in build, link to gps.
      Remove python3.0 from the supported version.
      Python extensions should not be built by autotools.
      Clean up linked python extensions to avoid build failures.
      Require python extensions to build pydoc.
      Fix PATH in regress-driver. fix version detection.

Chris Kuethe (24):
      Roto-till the subframe processor.
      Mask to accept only the 30 bits we want
      revert last commit. the top two bits are useful
      more decoder hacking. appears to work with sirf
      Merge branch 'master' of ssh://
      STFU, stupid git.
      grab bytes in the correct order
      again with the grabbing bytes in the right order
      change word dumps to LOG_IO
      can't use generic word handler on words[0]
      get rid the ancient itrax02 protocol "support"
      remove commented-out development packet dumps
      use a more descriptive compilation conditional
      use a more descriptive compilation conditional
      remove some #if 0 code
      remove unused #if 0 code
      rename #if 0 to be more descriptive
      unused variables that may get used soon
      remove code that's been commented out for months
      isgps_parityok is a macro, delete function
      dead code removal
      file references unfunctions. correct soonest.
      remove unused nmea checksum calculator
      dead code removal

Eric S. Raymond (41):
      Version bump, commits are open again.
      libusb support lands in the Garmin driver.
      Try to avoid spurious error messages when pushing tags.
      Shell syntax error fix.
      Fix name in comment.
      Delegating DBUS support to geoclue.
      Remove a useless guard and experimental file listing.
      We can't rely on getting an FQDN portably.
      Sigh...avoid build lossage on Linux machines without libusb.
      Fully enable flocktests under BSDs.
      libusb seems to need to be linked eveywhere, even where main doesn't call 
      Change the name of the internal gps.client module to gps.clienthelpers.
      Make report on whether libusb will be linked.
      Fix error introduced by changing the name of clienthelpers.
      Avoid spurious link errors in the flock tests.
      Merge branch 'master' of ssh://address@hidden/gitroot/gpsd
      Add explanatory comments.
      Duh...actually set the right variable.
      Merge branch 'master' of ssh://address@hidden/gitroot/gpsd
      Avoid emitting trailing comma without following member in a struct 
      Merge branch 'master' of ssh://address@hidden/gitroot/gpsd
      Merge branch 'master' of ssh://address@hidden/gitroot/gpsd
      Refactor gps client class.
      Add to NEWS, add foxtrot to the client-projects list, and fix website 
      Separate out common code a little better.
      Fix a call to the wrong mask dumper.
      libgps.a splits in half, becomes libgps.a + libgpsd.a
      Collect a win from the previous change; libusb is no longer linked 
      Record sanooj's insight.
      Add a regression test for correct behavior on EOF with empty buffer.
      Update installation instructions and the make recipe.
      Fix a packaging error that resulted in xgps being omitted from the 
      Remove the IRC transcript about regression-test failures.
      NEWS update.
      The bits tester needs bits module from
      Ah, well...test_bits has to link libusb too.
      NEWS update.
      Update build instructions to remove some prerequisites.
      Note that pygtk is required, and some other updates.
      Splint and cppcheck cleanup.  All regression tests pass.
      About to do snap rekease to fix packaging issues.

Gary E. Miller (12):
      !st cut at handling leap second transitions more accurately.
      Inform when leap second change coming.
      Collapse various copies of gps_week into one in gps_contxt_t.
      Comment typo in Garmin
      Grab the GPS Week (WN) from subframe 1 of the 50B data.
      Tests by Chris Keuthe show that itrax has the same 50BPS issues as
      Condition out recent change to 50BPS handling in italk and ubx
      Tweak the order of subframe do the preamble check first.
      Smoke out more private copies of gps_week and move into session->context.
      Merge branch 'master' of ssh://
      Revert typo.
      Eliminate a lot of private copies of gps_tow for one global copy in

Jon Schlueter (6):
      update flocktest.ini to bring back online
      regress-builder script cleanup to allow it to run
      Merge branch 'master' of git://
      Expand driver entries in regress-builder
      Fix path to env used in regress-builder to use #!/usr/bin/env python
      test_float and test_trig were failing because they were wanting libusb

M Joonas Pihlaja (4):
      test: Fix GNU makeism concerning exporting variables in Makefile.
      flocktest: Allow machines to be quiet.
      flocktest: Fix the -d option to set the subdir.
      flocktest.ini: Add a sparc64/freebsd machine to the test flock.



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