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✘GPSD 3.25 is released

From: Gary E. Miller
Subject: ✘GPSD 3.25 is released
Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2023 17:30:45 -0800

Yo All!

GPSD 3.25 is released.  17 authors made 347 git commits.  Many others
reported issues and suggested patched.  Thanks to all that helped!

Nothing earth shattering or ground breaking, just small progress here,
there, and everywhere.  Plus there is a GPSD-MIB at last.

The NEWS file lists the highlights:

3.25: 2022-01-09
  Have ubxtool "-w 0" run forever.
  Bump libgps version to 30.0
  Change fixsource_t, store server locally, make pointers const.
  Move gpsd_hexpack() to gps.h as gps_hexpack()
  Move gpsd_hexdump() to gps.h as gps_hexdump()
  Allow gpsctl -s/--ship to work without -f.
  Grab prRes and quality from u-blox 8+, into JSON, then into xgps.
  New GPSD-MIB, installed in share/mibs/gpsd.
  gpssnmp supports GPSD-MIB in pass and pass_persist modes
  Add decodes for NMEA $xxHDM, $xxROT and $xxXDR
  Add Magnetic Heading (mheading) and Rate of Rotation (rot) to attitude_t
  Allow NTP time from gpsd://, tcp:// and udp:// sources
  Add the -B, --nobuffer, option to gpspipe.
  gpsd opens $RUNDIR/chrony.clk.XXX.sock to supply serial time to chronyd.
  Add -g and --garmin options to gpxlogger for depth.
  Add -F and --filein options to gpxlogger to read GPSD JSON from a file.

The authors:

  andreas <>
  beta-tester <> <>
  Dmitriy Korchemkin <>
  Fred Wright <>
  Gary E. Miller <>
  Greg Troxel <>
  Hal Murray <>
  James Browning <>
  Johannes Poehlmann <>
  John Lennard <>
  Markus Kleinhenz <>
  Michael Byczkowski <>
  Mike G <>
  Miroslav Lichvar <>
  Tomasz Moń <>

The gpsd revision in git has been bumped up to 3.25.1~dev, and is open
for commits.  Try to keep changes limited until we know there is not
a need for a quick 3.25.1

Gary E. Miller Rellim 109 NW Wilmington Ave., Suite E, Bend, OR 97703  Tel:+1 541 382 8588

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