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Release Notes NetHomeServer 0.9

Pronto Format Support

  • Added support for the CUL stick! (CULTransceiver). Currently only supports sending
  • 1096 Support for MAC OSX
  • Added items UPMRainFall, UPMWindDirection and UPMWindSpeed for the UPM weather station. These were contributed by Fredric Moestedt
  • 1094 Support for sending IR via PowerMid and CUL
  • 1090 GenericProntoCommander - you can configure your own command buttons matched to Pronto-codes which can be sent as RF via CUL or IR via CUL and PowerMid
  • New Item ProntoLamp which uses Pronto Codes
  • Added Room-item used to group other items in rooms
  • 1055 Added possibility to start server with option -nogui, which starts without SWT-GUI, which gives wider OS compatibility and possibility to start without window manager
  • New Icons in all GUI, both the Windows GUI and WEB GUI
  • 1112 Added handling of losing connection with USB sound card. Checks connection with sound card on regular intervals and restarts if connection is lost.
  • 1116 WEB GUI now works in InternetExplorer
  • Added “unsubscribe”-command to TCPCommandPort
  • 886 TCPCommandPort now supports multiple connections
  • 1112 Added handling of losing connection with USB sound card. Checks connection with sound card on regular intervals and restarts if connection is lost.
  • 1103 Improved logging, now located at users home directory, file called HomeManager0.log, max size limited to 1MB then rolls over to alternate file.
  • 1070 Cleaned up the Demo configuration senn on first install
  • 1066 Added a welcome screen in WEB-GUI on first system start
  • 1059 Changed handling of the default configuration file. Now loads demo.xml first time, but then saves to default.xml and uses that if it exists.
  • 850 Added possibility to configure PulseWidthModification and MaxRepeat in AudioProtocolParser.
  • Default WEB GUI URL is changed to http://ssgserver2:8020/gui
  • Added event distribution statistics calculation in BridgeBroker

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