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[Tlf-devel] Fwd: TLF- maintenance and bug-fix release

From: Ed
Subject: [Tlf-devel] Fwd: TLF- maintenance and bug-fix release
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2016 16:17:58 -0400
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Subject: [Tlf-devel] TLF- maintenance and bug-fix release
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2016 20:35:25 +0200
From: Thomas Beierlein <address@hidden>
To: address@hidden, address@hidden, address@hidden

A new TLF maintenance and bug-fix release is available at

It adds some new features and fixes some bugs found
by different people in last months. Thanks to all contributors (and
sorry for being late with the release).

New features:
    - Switch hard coded keyboard handling to the use of ncurses
      keypad(). That way a broad range of terminal settings should be
      supported (Tnx to Nate N0NB for the work).
    - Add two new keywords to extend bandmap functionality. See
      man page for details (tnx to Ervin HA2OS).
      * Setting BMAUTOADD in logcfg.dat simplify the adding of heard
        stations to the bandmap list. Just type in the call and as soon
        as you turn off to another frequency the call gets added to the
        bandmap (similar to Ctl-A).
      * If BMAUTOGRAB is set in logcfg.dat Tlf will automatically grab a
        call from the bandmap list and put it in the call input field if
        you tune in next to the station. You can just start working it
        in S&P by pressing ENTER.

Bug fixes:
    - Cleanup some valgrind warnng about possible memory leaks.
    - Fix autoconf settings for new lookup of ncurses include files
    - Fix a segmentation fault if we have unexpected long call sign
    - Fix a possible buffer overflow in addmult2 due to strncpy

For a more detailed discussion of the new features please read the
NEWS file and the man page.

As always reports about problems (or success) are welcome.

73 es gd DX,  de Tom DL1JBE.
"Do what is needful!"
Ursula LeGuin: Earthsea

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