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Name: sigrok-cli Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.0
Version: 0.7.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp150.1.2 Build date: Wed May 9 15:11:41 2018
Group: Productivity/Scientific/Electronics Build host: obs-power8-02
Size: 187343 Source RPM: sigrok-cli-0.7.0-lp150.1.2.src.rpm
Summary: Logic Analyzer Command Line Tool
The sigrok project aims at creating a portable, cross-platform,
Free/Libre/Open-Source logic analyzer software that supports various
logic analyzer hardware products.

sigrok-cli is a command-line tool written in C, which uses both
libsigrok and libsigrokdecode to provide the basic sigrok
functionality from the command-line. Among other things, it's useful
for scripting purposes.






* Tue Jun 13 2017
  - update to version 0.7.0
    * Update sigrok-cli to new APIs libsigrok/libsigrokdecode APIs
    * -P <decoder> --show:
    - List the binary output classes of the decoder.
    - List the possible input and output IDs of the decoder.
    * --help:
    - Clarify that --show also lists input/output format options,
      as well as protocol decoder options (bug #851).
    - Show a few typical invocations of e.g. --samples/--time/--continuous.
    * Add an -L|--list-supported option; this used to be part of -V (bug #604).
    * Drop the superfluous -S|--protocol-decoder-stack option.
    * Allow multiple -P options to decode multiple stacks (bug #868).
* Sat Jan 30 2016
  - update to version 0.6.0
    * new options:
    - Add --get: retrieve a variable value from a device
    - Add -T|--transform-module
    * adapt to new libsigrok 0.4.0 API
    * various small changes
* Fri Sep 25 2015
  - Track GIT version (upcoming 0.6.0)
* Mon Jun 02 2014
  - Sync .spec with the one from rmax
* Fri May 30 2014
  - Update to version 0.5.0
    * Update sigrok-cli to the new APIs from both libsigrok 0.3.0 and also
    libsigrokdecode 0.3.0.
    * Add support for the new channel groups feature in libsigrok.
    * Report channel groups (drivers) and annotation rows (PDs) in --show.
    * The protocol decoder output verbosity now depends on the --loglevel used.
    * Only show the longest annotation per default if multiple are provided by
    the PD. Higher numbers for the -l option will show them all.
    * Allow both hex and decimal numbers as values for command-line options.
    * Add support for an explicit "sigrok" file format option that can be
    used with --input-format or --output-format (bug #131).
    * If no PD annotation class is specified, default to showing all (bug #149).
    * Fix an issue when running decoders with optional channels (bug #138).
    * Report possible PD option values in --show output (bug #330).
    * Allow saving of output in continuous mode (bug #122).
    * Add support for libsigrok's SR_T_DOUBLE_RANGE config key (bug #335).
    * Add support for config keys of type G_VARIANT_TYPE_INT32.
    * Fix a bug which involved trying to save a file containing no data.
    * Fix an internal probe ordering issue (bug #268).
    * Fix various memory leak issues (bug #134, others).
    * Fix a bug causing samplerates in session files being zero (bug #340).
    * Fix segfault during analog acquisition without '-O analog' (bugs #90, #105).
    * Fix a compile issue when building without libsigrokdecode (bug #351).
    * Command line option changes:
    - Add the -g|--channel-group option.
    - Add the -M option (for PD meta output type support).
    - Add the -B option (for PD binary output type support).
    - Rename the -p|--probes option to -C|--channels.
    * Various improvements to the NSIS file for better Windows installer support.
    - Ship (redistributable) firmware files in the Windows installer.
    - Ship libusb0.dll in the Windows installer (bug #243).
    - Ship zadig.exe and zadig_xp.exe in the Windows installer.
    - Ship all sample files from sigrok-dumps in the Windows installer.
    - Don't ship/run the full Python MSI installer, only the required files.
    - Fix a working directory issue in the installer.
    * Build system:
    - Use a non-recursive automake setup (fewer files, less clutter).
    - configure output: Show which libs are required and which are optional.
    * manpage: Various documentation updates.
* Wed Jan 16 2013
  - Initial packaging from git snapshot.



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