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Aug 17, 2019
Version 0.0.14
  - Moved settings out of liveupdate.py to a separate file (thanks @mirakels).
  - Added support for more single-phase inverter firmware versions.
Mar 9, 2019
Version 0.0.13
  - Fixed detection of VLAN-tagged Ethernet frames.
Mar 9, 2019
Version 0.0.12
  - Added support for PCAP files with big-endian byte order.
Mar 9, 2019
Version 0.0.11
  - Added is-pcap-encrypted.py for checking whether any encryption is already
    occurring in the data you captured.
  - No longer sending negative temperatures to PVOutput.
  - Add support for FS Forth-Systeme WiFi modules (in MAC address filter).
  - Added db_port configuration setting (default: 3306).
Mar 9, 2019
Version 0.0.10
  - Added support for inverters connected using WiFi modules (DigiBoard MACs).
  - Fixed a minor issue in liveupdate.py that caused Python to display an extra
    warning if the service would crash.
  - Added date and time to error messages in pvo-upload.log.
  - The se-logger.service will now wait for mysql.service to start up.
Mar 9, 2019
Version 0.0.9
 - Fixed silly warning about 'Data loss: 0 bytes'.
 - Added support for more three-phase inverter firmware versions.
 - Fixed issue with pvo-upload.php in western hemisphere timezones.
 - Added PVOutput upload script for three-phase inverters.
Mar 9, 2019
Version 0.0.8
 - Auto-reconnect to the database if a timeout occurs, and retry connecting up
   to 5 times.
 - Added db_host configuration setting to liveupdate.py (default: 'localhost').
Mar 9, 2019
Version 0.0.7
 - Added support for three-phase inverters.
 - Added detection of non-IPv4-non-TCP traffic (and ignore it).
 - Fixed detection of VLAN-tagged Ethernet frames.
 - Fixed MySQL warnings about out-of-range FLOAT values.
 - Now committing to the database only once per telemetry packet, instead of
   after each item.
Mar 9, 2019
Version 0.0.6
 - Added support for CPU version 3.1818.
Mar 9, 2019
Version 0.0.5
 - Added support for CPU version 3.1651.
 - Added find-key-in-pcap.py to scan for the encryption key in PCAP files.
 - get-key-by-rs232.py will now print an informative error message if PySerial
   is not installed.
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