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Half-arsed divelog software in C. I'm tired of Java programs that don't work etc. License: GPLv2 You need libxml2-devel, gtk2-devel, glib-2.0 and GConf2-devel to build this (and libusb-1.0 if you have libdivecomputer built with it, but then you obviously already have it installed) You also need to have libdivecomputer installed, which goes something like this: git clone git://libdivecomputer.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/libdivecomputer/libdivecomputer cd libdivecomputer autoreconf --install ./configure make sudo make install NOTE! You may need to tell the main Makefile where you installed libdivecomputer if you didn't do it in the default /usr/local location. I don't trust pkg-config for libdivecomputer, since pkg-config usually doesn't work unless the project has been installed by the distro. Just edit the makefile directly. autoconf and friends are the devil's tools. Usage: make ./subsurface dives/*.xml to see my dives (with no notes or commentary). Or, if you have a dive computer supported by libdivecomputer, you can just do make ./subsurface and select "Import" from the File menu, tell it what dive computer you have (and where it is connected if you need to), and hit "OK". NOTE! There are often multiple models of dive computers that import exactly the same way. If you have a Suunto Gekko, for example, the import function works fine - even if you don't find the Gekko listed explicitly. It has the same import engine as the older Suunto Vyper (not "Vyper Air"). So check the (incomplete?) list of supported dive computers below, and see which ones show up together. If you have the "Aeris Elite T3", for example, you'd notice that it's in the same group with the "Oceanic Atom 2", and use that choice to import. Suunto: * Solution * Eon, Solution Alpha and Solution Nitrox/Vario * Vyper, Cobra, Vytec, Vytec DS, D3, Spyder, Gekko, Mosquito, Stinger and Zoop * Vyper2, Cobra2, Cobra3, Vyper Air and HelO2 * D9, D6 and D4 Uwatec: * Aladin * Memomouse * Smart and Galileo (infrared) Reefnet: * Sensus * Sensus Pro * Sensus Ultra Oceanic, Aeris, Sherwood, Hollis, Genesis and Tusa (Pelagic): * VT Pro, Versa Pro, Pro Plus 2, Wisdom, Atmos 2, Atmos AI, Atmos Elite, ... * Veo 250, Veo 180Nx, XR2, React Pro, DG02, Insight, ... * Atom 2.0, VT3, Datamask, Geo, Geo 2.0, Veo 2.0, Veo 3.0, Pro Plus 2.1, Compumask, Elite T3, Epic, Manta, IQ-900 (Zen), IQ-950 (Zen Air), IQ-750 (Element II), ... Mares: * Nemo, Nemo Excel, Nemo Apneist, ... * Puck, Puck Air, Nemo Air, Nemo Wide, ... * Icon HD Heinrichs Weikamp: * OSTC, OSTC Mk.2 and OSTC 2N Cressi, Zeagle and Mares (Seiko): * Edy, Nemo Sport * N2iTiON3 Atomic Aquatics: * Cobalt Implementation details: main.c - program frame dive.c - creates and maintaines the internal dive list structure libdivecomputer.c uemis.c parse-xml.c save-xml.c - interface with dive computers and the XML files profile.c - creates the data for the profile and draws it using cairo A first UI has been implemented in gtk and an attempt has been made to separate program logic from UI implementation. gtk-gui.c - overall layout, main window of the UI divelist.c - list of dives subsurface maintains equipment.c - equipment / tank information for each dive info.c - detailed dive info print.c - printing WARNING! I wasn't kidding when I said that I've done this by reading gtk2 tutorials as I've gone along. If somebody is more comfortable with gtk, feel free to send me (signed-off) patches. Just as an example of the extreme hackiness of the code, I don't even bother connecting a signal for the "somebody edited the dive info" cases. I just save/restore the dive info every single time you switch dives. Christ! That's truly lame. NOTE! Some of the dives are pretty pitiful. All the last dives are from my divemaster course, so they are from following open water students along (many of them the confined*water dives). There a lot of the action is at the surface, so some of the "dives" are 4ft deep and 2min long. Contributing: Please either send me signed-off patches or a pull request with signed-off commits. If you don't sign off on them, I will not accept them. This means adding a line that says "Signed-off-by: Name <email>" at the end of each commit, indicating that you wrote the code and have the right to pass it on as an open source patch. See: http://gerrit.googlecode.com/svn/documentation/2.0/user-signedoffby.html Also, please write good git commit messages. A good commit message looks like this: Header line: explaining the commit in one line Body of commit message is a few lines of text, explaining things in more detail, possibly giving some background about the issue being fixed, etc etc. The body of the commit message can be several paragraphs, and please do proper word-wrap and keep columns shorter than about 74 characters or so. That way "git log" will show things nicely even when it's indented. Reported-by: whoever-reported-it Signed-off-by: Your Name <email@example.com> where that header line really should be meaningful, and really should be just one line. That header line is what is shown by tools like gitk and shortlog, and should summarize the change in one readable line of text, independently of the longer explanation.