File colorhug-client.changes of Package colorhug-client

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Sun Apr 22 05:19:11 UTC 2012 - mrdocs@opensuse.org

-add proper copyright to the spec file

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Fri Apr 20 11:03:37 UTC 2012 - vuntz@opensuse.org

- Change BuildRequires to pkgconfig() style:
  + Old ones: glib2-devel, gtk3-devel, libcanberra-devel,
    libcolord-devel, libgusb2-devel, liblcms2-devel, libsoup-devel.
  + New ones: colord, gio-2.0, glib-2.0, gmodule-2.0, gobject-2.0,
    gtk+-3.0, gusb, lcms2, libcanberra-gtk3, libsoup-2.4.
- Remove unneeded BuildRequires: gettext, libcanberra-gtk3-0,
  sqlite-devel.
- Change license tag from GPL-2.0 to GPL-2.0+.
- Split translations in a lang subpackage.
- General cleanup of spec file for inclusion in Factory.

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Wed Apr 18 07:23:10 UTC 2012 - kkaempf@suse.com

- Version 0.1.8
  Released: 2012-04-17

  New Features:
  - Add a libusb0.1 example program that can run on RHEL5
  - Add a simple colorhug-ccmx icon
  - Make a sound when colorhug-flash fails or completes the update
   
  Bugfixes:
  - Add gmodule-2.0 to the GLib configure check
  - Automatically use the correct proxy server using glib-networking
  - Check the buffer size before attempting to parse
  - Don't assume const data is available when verifying firmware
  - Keep track of the device state in ChDeviceQueue
  - Prevent critical warnings when doing 'colorhug list-calibration'
  - Use the device state to work out if there are pending commands

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Fri Mar 16 07:16:34 UTC 2012 - kkaempf@suse.com

- Version 0.1.7
  Released: 2012-03-15

  New Features:
  - Add a class responsible for async-queued-operations to multiple
    devices
  - Allow the user to update to test firmware if enabled in GSettings
  - Create a libcolorhug library that is designed for low level
    access to the device
  
  Bugfixes:
  - Add self test code to test the new incomplete-request functionality
  - Convert colorhug-ccmx to using ChDeviceQueue to decrease the
    startup delay
  - Convert colorhug-flash to using ChDeviceQueue to increase the
    flash speed
  - Convert the colormgr tool to using ChDeviceQueue
  - Correctly detect the failure to re-enumerate
  - Do not hardcode the server path, instead set it in the GSettings
    schema
  - Do not show an empty warning box if there is no firmware flash
    warning
  - Do not use g_usleep() when waiting for a device reconnect

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Mon Mar  5 07:44:57 UTC 2012 - kkaempf@suse.com

- Update to version 0.1.6
  Released: 2012-03-04

  New Features:
  - Add a flash-firmware-force command (Richard Hughes)
  - Add a new icon for colorhug-flash (Lapo Calamandrei)
  - Add a new inactive colorimeter-colorhug icon for future use (Lapo
    Calamandrei)
  - Add support for getting and setting the PCB errata value
    (Richard Hughes)
  - Add support for TakeReadingArray and plot a simple graph with the
    results (Richard Hughes)
  - Allow the user to set the default LED correction matrix (Richard
    Hughes)

  Bugfixes:
  - Check the calibration determinant before writing to the device
    (Richard Hughes)
  - Do not write temp files with predictable names to /tmp (Richard
    Hughes)
  - Implement loading CCMX from file (Michal Čihař)
  - Increase the device reconnect timeout after flashing (Richard
    Hughes)
  - Intialize leds to 0 in ch_device_cmd_get_leds() (Jussi Kukkonen)
  - Recognise TYPE_FACTORY in the ccmx loader (Richard Hughes)
  - Remove all locale dependent string parsing functions (Richard
    Hughes)
  - Repair device only once while forced (Michal Čihař)
  - Set correct return value (Michal Čihař)
  - set_leds/get_leds() argument is not ChStatusLed, but guint8
    (Jussi Kukkonen)
 - Use G_GSIZE_FORMAT when printing gsize values (Jussi Kukkonen)

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Fri Jan 27 07:49:22 UTC 2012 - kkaempf@suse.com

- Update to 0.1.5
  Released: 2012-01-26

  Notes:
  - We've now switched to a XML manifest format which allows us to check
    the size and sha1sum of the firmware file, and also to show the user
    any warnings about the new firmware.
       
  New Features:
  - Add an interactive version of 'colorhug set-dark-offsets'
    (Richard Hughes)
  - Add a --repair command line argument to colorhug-ccmx (Richard
    Hughes)
  - Add a simple HID client example (Richard Hughes)
  - Added name and email fields in client (Matthew Hirsch)
  - Add icons for the application/x-ccmx mime type (Richard Hughes)
  - Add some raw EEPROM commands to the command line tool (Richard
    Hughes)
  - Allow the user to flash stand alone files with colorhug-flash
    (Richard Hughes)
  - Check the SHA1 of the firmware before using it (Richard Hughes)
  - Show warning messages about firmware in a modal dialog box
    (Richard Hughes)

  Bugfixes:
  - Always pad the flash .bin file to a 64 byte chunk (Richard Hughes)
  - Fix handing device endianess (Michal Čihař)
  - Increase the USB timeout for dark reads (Richard Hughes)
  - Show the user the sensor conditions before showing CLI results
    (Richard Hughes)  

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Wed Jan 11 07:47:33 UTC 2012 - kkaempf@suse.com

- Version 0.1.4

  New Features:
  - A massive number of new translations from Transifex, thanks!
  - Add a missing manpage for colorhug-ccmx (Michal Čihař)
  
  Bugfixes:
  - Add transifex integration (Richard Hughes)
  - Add some button tooltips (Richard Hughes)
  - Move the command helpers out of ChClient (Richard Hughes)
  - Ensure we never delete the factory calibration matrix in
    colorhug-ccmx (Richard Hughes)
  - Allow the user to repair a device without a factory calibration
    matrix (Richard Hughes)
       
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Mon Jan  2 09:27:11 UTC 2012 - kkaempf@suse.com

- Initial package release, version 0.1.3