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    • Uwe Hermann's avatar
      Add a MIME info file (and icons) for sigrok session files. · 567d1fea
      Uwe Hermann authored
      File template by Stefan Brüns, thanks!
      
      This fixes bug #857.
      
      (the XML file is moved from PulseView to libsigrok since this is not
      PulseView-specific)
      
      Add a 48x48 PNG and a scalable SVG for the MIME type as well.
      
      Install the XML file and in the icons in the respective standard paths.
      567d1fea
    • Uwe Hermann's avatar
      Rename sigrok-logo-notext.png to libsigrok_112x112.png. · 6b21d9a7
      Uwe Hermann authored
      This is more specific and prevents any potential issues e.g. when
      multiple distro packages might ship with a generic file like
      sigrok-logo-notext.png that's supposed to be installed in the same place.
      6b21d9a7
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  23. 02 Apr, 2014 1 commit
    • Uwe Hermann's avatar
      la8: Add support for the ChronoVu LA16. · 00910580
      Uwe Hermann authored
      The ChronoVu LA16 is a new logic analyzer from ChronoVu with some
      differences in features compared to the LA8, e.g.
      
       - Supports 16 channels (instead of 8).
       - Max. 200MHz samplerate (instead of 100MHz).
       - Supports state triggering (low and high channel value) and edge triggering
         (rising or falling edge), the LA8 only supports state triggering.
      
      This driver now supports both the LA8 and LA16, but it needed a few
      changes:
      
       - Add support for detecting multiple device instances at all.
       - Add support for both LA8 and/or LA16 devices being detected.
       - Add a device profile struct for LA8-/LA16-specific device properties.
       - Move the samplerates list to devc (it's different for LA8 and LA16).
       - Split scan() into two functions, one for scanning, one for adding a device.
       - Expand some variables and fields from uint8_t to uint16_t in order to
         support 16 channels.
       - Update the samplerate related functions to support the LA16's 200MHz.
       - Various other minor updates in order to better handle both device types.
       - Various error handling improvements and simplifications.
       - Also, replace time() with g_get_monotonic_time() everywhere.
      
      This also fixes bug #247 (which was related to incorrect handling of
      resources during scan and open of the device, which was exposed by
      PulseView allowing multiple consecutive scan/close/open calls).
      00910580
  24. 20 Mar, 2014 1 commit
    • Uwe Hermann's avatar
      Switch to a non-recursive automake setup. · 67bd8055
      Uwe Hermann authored
      Instead of >= 44 Makefile.am's we now only have one top-level
      Makefile.am, and use the 'subdir-objects' automake option to
      handle the build via non-recursive (auto)make.
      
      This has the advantage of fewer (boilerplate or other) files and less
      clutter in general, as well as performance advantages since the new
      setup can build many files in parallel (with 'make -j'), not only 2 or 3
      files within the same (e.g. hardware/xxxx/* subdirectory) and also since
      we no longer need to build intermediate libtool helper libs per subdirectory.
      
      A quick, non-scientific test build on a quad-core laptop with 'make -j 4'
      yields a build time reduction from 35s to 19s.
      
      All autotools features that worked before are still intact without any
      regressions, including the Make targets 'install', 'uninstall', 'check',
      'dist', 'clean', 'distclean' and so on, as well as all the usual portability
      handling (build works on any OS, with any Make implementation such as
      GNU Make or BSD Make, with any shell such as sh/ksh/zsh/bash/dash, etc. etc.)
      and features such as out-of-tree build support, cross-compile support,
      testsuite support (also with colored output), "silent make rules", etc. etc.
      67bd8055
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    • Dan Horák's avatar
      update udev rules · 8dce54f7
      Dan Horák authored
      With usbtmc driver being classified under usbmisc in newer kernels the udev rules
      need an update.
      8dce54f7