After a few years, we have a new release. Suddenly, images from the hamqsl server stopped loading. The website is behind something like a firewall that checks the UserAgent string. I’ve set the UserAgent to Firefox and the program works again. New files can be downloaded from https://github.com/ok2cqr/cqrprop. There are binaries and deb files for […]
After a few weeks, we have a new release! This version contains mostly bug fixes but there are also some new features. The most important fix is the workaround for ADIF import bug in the recent Free Pascal compiler. Debian packages for Ubuntu 18.04, 20.04, 20.10, and 21.04 are building on Launchapd. For Ubuntu 18.04 […]
After a week there is the first bugfix release. We fixed some bugs related to CW keying. The new version is building on Launchpad. The complete changelog is in the Download section.
After a really long time, we have a new version. Packages for Bionic, Focal, and Groovy are ready to go. For the first time, there is also an official arm64 release. Look at Launchpad CQRLOG repository. Most changes are done by Saku, OH1KH, and others. Thanks a lot! I added only a few small fixes. […]
Ten years ago, CQRLOG 0.1.0 was released. It already had basic features for comfortable logging like dx cluster, gray line, trx control and great country resolution thanks to tables created by Martin, OK1RR. Happy anniversary and all the best to next 10 years.
After two months we have new version! There are no big changes in the code, only two new features and a few bugs fixed. We also have the cqrlog icon back! DEB packages for Ubuntu Trusty, Xenial, Yakkety and Zesty are ready on Launchpad. If you are using my personal PPA, new version will be part […]
This is mainly bug fix release. Packages for Ubuntu 14.04, 16.04 and 16.10 are already available on Launchpad. More details in Download section of the CQRLOG website.
CQRLOG uses data from HamQSL website provided by Paul, N0NBH. A few months ago I published short article how to configure Conky to show the propagation images. It worked but I still had some issues with it. I decided to write a special application to show the data on my desktop – CQRPROP.
Today I updated my personal ppa on Launchpad and created Ubuntu 14.04 & 15.10 deb packages of Lazarus 1.6.0 and fpc 3.0.0. Enjoy!
It took almost 6 months but we have new CQRLOG release! A few screenshots of what’s new in 1.9.1 is available on CQRLOG website.