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- fallback to sport types when session names are absent (#91)
- use x86-64 hook on OSX (#92)
Special thanks to @turhake for contributing test data for this release.
This is a rebuild (ie re-compilation, with no code changes) of the hook to work with Polar FlowSync 3.0.0 on OSX (#92). Specifically, it is built to target the x86-64 architecture, since FlowSync 3.0.0 for OSX moved from Qt 5.1.1 i386 to Qt 5.5.1 x86-64.
Note, this hook was shifted from Qt 5.1.1 to Qt 5.5.1 previously (see hook-2-fs300), but was not also moved from i386 to x86-64 (simply because that aspect of Polar's move was not noticed).
This build also includes a minor OpenSSL bump from 1.0.2p to 1.0.2r on Windows, but otherwise has no difference for that platform.
This hook will be included in future Bipolar releases, starting with Bipolar 0.5.10.
This is a rebuild (ie re-compilation, with no code changes) of the hook to work with Polar FlowSync 3.0.0 (#89). Specifically:
- built with Visual Studio 2013, as FlowSync 3.0.0 for Windows has moved to that version of the Visuals Studio runtimes ; and
- moved to Qt 5.5.1 for OSX, as FlowSync 3.0.0 for MacOS has moved to that version (FlowSync for Windows was already on Qt 5.5.1 since FlowSync 2.6.2).
See https://github.com/pcolby/bipolar/wiki/Hooks#qt-versions for FlowSync + Qt + Hook version histories / combinations.
This hook will be included in future Bipolar releases, starting with Bipolar 0.5.9.
- check for speed (not cadence) for TCX speed output (#86)
- correct detection of speed and altitude for HRM output (#86)
Special thanks to @mz-pdm for contributing to this release.
- Les Mills activity types (b68cccd)
- sanitise power samples (#81)
Special thanks to @remifreiwald for contributing to this release.
- fallback to exercise HRV data (#42)
- use metres-per-second for TCX TPX Speed values (#74)