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cwdaemon is a small daemon which uses the pc parallel or serial port and a simple transistor switch to output morse code to a transmitter from a text message sent to it via udp port 6789. The program also uses the soundcard or PC speaker (console buzzer) to generate a sidetone.
Current version of cwdaemon is 0.9.7, it has been released in January 2013. This version of cwdaemon is intended to be used with libcw5.
Up until version 0.9.4 this software has been developed and maintained by Joop Stakenborg. Currently the software is being developed by Kamil Ignacak.
cwdaemon is developed and tested on GNU/Linux system.
2013.01.11 - release of cwdaemon 0.9.7
Release 0.9.7 introduces only two changes visible to end user:
2012.07.04 - release of cwdaemon 0.9.6
This version of cwdaemon is intended to be used with libcw4. Most of the changes in the release were introduced by Jenö Vágó, HA5SE. The changes include:
2012.04.09 - release of cwdaemon 0.9.5
Version 0.9.5 is essentially an official release of Debian package 0.9.4-9, with Debian patches applied. No new features and no new fixes were added to 0.9.5, compared to 0.9.4-9. Purpose of upstream release 0.9.5 is to establish a starting point for revived cwdaemon project.
January 2012 - takeover of the project
This project has been taken over in January 2012 from Joop Stakenborg by Kamil Ignacak, with intention of maintenance and further development.
More information is available on SourceForge project page.
You can download source code package from download area at SourceForge.
You can contact with current developer and maintainer of this software using this e-mail address: acerion at wp dot pl.
Copyright (C) 2012 - 2013 Kamil Ignacak