Version 1.1.0

@ctjacobs ctjacobs released this Apr 2, 2018

The v1.1.0 release of PyQSO features better support for satellite contacts.

  • ADIF fields such as SAT_NAME, SAT_MODE and GRIDSQUARE are now included.
  • Maidenhead grid squares can be shown on the world map, with worked grid squares shaded purple.
  • Station locations can be pinpointed using the new right-click popup menu.
  • Basic QSO copy/paste functionality has also been added.

See the CHANGELOG.md file for a full list of changes.

This release has been tested on Linux Mint 18.3 (64-bit) and Ubuntu 17.10.1 (64-bit).

Version 1.0.0

@ctjacobs ctjacobs released this Aug 2, 2017 · 42 commits to master since this release

The v1.0.0 release of PyQSO contains several major bug fixes, significant performance improvements, and interface updates (in particular, most of the interface's layout is now defined in a Glade file). Additional features include:

  • Support for exporting logs in Cabrillo format.
  • Option to enter the QSO frequency in Hz, kHz, MHz or GHz.
  • QTH (station location) pin-pointing on the grey line map.
  • Automatically retrieve Mode information using Hamlib.
  • Record counter.

See the CHANGELOG.md file for a full list of changes.

This release has been tested on Linux Mint 18.1 (64-bit), Linux Mint 18.2 (64-bit), and Ubuntu 17.04 (64-bit).

Version 0.3

@ctjacobs ctjacobs released this May 28, 2016 · 317 commits to master since this release

The v0.3 release of PyQSO contains several improvements and feature additions such as:

  • Support for callsign lookups using the popular HamQTH.com database.
  • Bookmarking of Telnet-based DX cluster servers.
  • Porting of the codebase to Python 3, and various code cleanups.
  • Up-to-date list of valid ADIF modes.
  • Up-to-date list of valid ADIF bands and frequency ranges.

See the CHANGELOG.md file for a full list of changes.

Note that PyQSO configuration files are now written to ~/.config. Existing users should move their ~/pyqso.ini file to ~/.config/pyqso/preferences.ini.

This release has been tested on Linux Mint 17.3 (64-bit) and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (64-bit).

Version 0.2

@ctjacobs ctjacobs released this Mar 7, 2015 · 430 commits to master since this release

The v0.2 release of PyQSO contains several important bug fixes, improvements to the user interface, and additions such as:

  • The option of specifying default values for power and mode.
  • Separate buttons for creating and opening logbook files.
  • An 'insert current date and time' button, and the option to use UTC time.
  • The option of ignoring callsign prefixes/suffixes when looking up a callsign (e.g. "MYCALL" would be extracted from "EA3/MYCALL/M").
  • Migration of the documentation over to a Sphinx-based setup.
  • Improved exception handling.

See the new CHANGELOG.md file for a full list of changes.

Version 0.1

@ctjacobs ctjacobs released this Mar 22, 2014 · 547 commits to master since this release

This is the first production release of PyQSO. Several bugs that were present in the beta version (v0.1b) have now been fixed, and a few small enhancements have been introduced:

  • The ADIF export functionality has been fixed. Previously, only markers were being written and the actual record data was being skipped.
  • The 'Notes' column is no longer automatically resized.
  • The BEL character is now handled properly in the DX cluster tool.
  • QSOs can now be sorted in the correct chronological order.
Pre-release

Version 0.1 beta

@ctjacobs ctjacobs released this Oct 4, 2013 · 561 commits to master since this release

This is the first beta version of PyQSO.