Commit aad906a8 authored by Matteo Quintiliani's avatar Matteo Quintiliani

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nmxptool Release History nmxptool Release History
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* Release 1.2.1-beta6 (2008/03/28) * Release 1.2.1-beta6 (2008/03/31)
- Improved request of channels in order to retrieve more efficiently - Improved request of channels in order to retrieve more efficiently
data buffered by the NaqsServer (option -F and -b). data buffered by the NaqsServer (option -F and -b).
It allows data continuity, to the latency's cost, It allows data continuity, to the latency's cost,
when short disconnections to the NaqsServer occur. when short disconnections to the NaqsServer occur.
Added option --mschan=mSECs/nC, short option -f. Added option --mschan=mSECs/nC, short option -f.
- Option "delay" can be declared in minutes, hours or days (option -d). - Added on Windows system, computation of the packet latencies
when timezone is different from GMT/UTC.
- Changed 'configure' options from --with-PACKAGE to --enable-FEATURE. - Changed 'configure' options from --with-PACKAGE to --enable-FEATURE.
- Added correct computation of the latency on Windows
for timezones different from GMT/UTC.
- Improved signal handling. - Improved signal handling.
- Improved help and documentation. - Improved help and documentation.
- Fixed bug: before exiting, sometimes "double free" error message occurred. - Option "delay" can be declared in minutes, hours or days (option -d).
- Fixed bug: argument of function Sleep() is in milliseconds on Windows. - Fixed bug: before exiting, error message "double free" rarely occurred.
- Fixed bug: on Windows, argument of function Sleep() is in milliseconds.
- Fixed minor bugs. - Fixed minor bugs.
* Release 1.2.0 (2008/03/07) * Release 1.2.0 (2008/03/07)
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