@profanum429 profanum429 released this Jan 10, 2015 · 1 commit to master since this release

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For Windows, OS X and Linux. Imported the Bipolar 0.4 code so power should now be supported. Changed to look for samples instead of route file so if an activity doesn't have a route it will still be able to be exported.

@profanum429 profanum429 released this Oct 11, 2014 · 8 commits to master since this release

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Discovered a bug where after a factory reset we'd see some garbage in the USB data making us think there were nonexistent files and directories; this has been fixed so all the data should be clean now.

Also updated to the latest Bipolar conversion code.

Same install procedures as usual; OS X is the .zip, Windows is the .exe, Linux is the .tar.gz

@profanum429 profanum429 released this Sep 7, 2014 · 10 commits to master since this release

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Fixed Multisport support in pulling files off and converting them. Now files have an appended _(NUMBER) before the .tcx/.gpx/.hrm. This number represents which sport the sport was in the session. Most sessions will only have a _0 since usually it's not a multisport session.

Also updated to latest (0.3.1) Bipolar conversion code.

@profanum429 profanum429 released this Aug 18, 2014 · 14 commits to master since this release

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Updated with bug fixes in the flow of the UI. Enhanced the functionality of the UI a little bit too to provide more in-depth information as to what is going on. Should be stable now and not expecting another release for a while. Source code is available at this repo, https://www.github.com/profanum429/v800_downloader.

As usual, the .zip is OS X, .tar.gz is 64bit Linux, and .exe is Windows installer.

@profanum429 profanum429 released this Aug 18, 2014 · 23 commits to master since this release

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Large update - incorporated Bipolar backend (https://www.github.com/pcolby/bipolar) into the Downloader to perform conversion of data files automatically. See the README at https://www.github.com/profanum429/v800_downloader on the steps to use the updated software.

@profanum429 profanum429 released this Aug 14, 2014 · 33 commits to master since this release

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Fixed some minor bugs with text and window modality. Added some information for when a download finishes instead of just dropping you back into the list. It's fairly feature complete for now unless someone has something they want added. Will update in the future once Bipolar has a GUI to select where you want to drop files instead of the current Bipolar directory possibly.

@profanum429 profanum429 released this Aug 13, 2014 · 37 commits to master since this release

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Beta5 release! Moved a few things around and added a filesystem browser. The raw output and FS Browser are accessed by pressing +. The raw output checkbox and FS Browser button will appear on the main window giving you access to these functions. They are really probably only of use to other developers or curious folks who want to see how the V800 organizes files. Also added an icon for Windows and OS X.

@profanum429 profanum429 released this Aug 8, 2014 · 46 commits to master since this release

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New release, slightly updated. I've made Bipolar output be the default with the option for the raw files to be output to a user selected directory. This makes it easier to do Bipolar conversions, less clicks ;)

@profanum429 profanum429 released this Aug 3, 2014 · 47 commits to master since this release

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Updated code to handle non english characters even more than Beta2 and also added some UI friendliness like progress bars and select/deselect all buttons. Get it while it's hot!

@profanum429 profanum429 released this Aug 2, 2014 · 52 commits to master since this release

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I've enabled linux support and also created a .tar.gz archive that has all the necessary Qt libraries in it to allow running it without having to install Qt. You can still install it if you want though. Right now it's built against Qt5.3.1.

There is a README file included that has the steps to get everything setup and running on linux. It's 64 bit so you'll need to be running a 64 bit version of linux. I'm currently running it on Linux Mint 17. Hopefully it should run on other distros without a problem!