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2012

2012/06/17 sigrok developer blog

We've set up a sigrok developer blog over at sigrok.org/blog where we'll be talking about various things related to sigrok, the current development efforts and plans, new features, new protocol decoders being written, and much more. See this mailing list post for the initial announce.

We recommend subscribing to the RSS feed to stay up-to-date.

2012/05/30 sigrok-cli 0.3.1 released

We're happy to announce the sigrok-cli 0.3.1 release. You can download a tarball from SourceForge. See the NEWS file for a list of changes.

2012/05/30 libsigrok 0.1.1 released

We're happy to announce the libsigrok 0.1.1 release. You can download a tarball from SourceForge. See the NEWS file for a list of changes.

2012/05/18 sigrok-dumps 0.1.0 released

We're happy to announce the initial sigrok-dumps 0.1.0 release. You can download a tarball from SourceForge.

2012/05/02 Slashdotted!

After an introductory sigrok announce blog post today, somehow the whole Internet seemed to be mentioning sigrok — from Slashdot, to Adafruit, Heise, Linux-Magazin, LWN, and many others. See the Press page for the full list of articles.

2012/04/26 New protocol decoder: JTAG

We're happy to announce that libsigrokdecode now supports a new protocol decoder: JTAG.

2012/04/17 libsigrok 0.1.0 released

We're happy to announce the initial libsigrok 0.1.0 release. You can download a tarball from SourceForge.

2012/04/17 libsigrokdecode 0.1.0 released

We're happy to announce the initial libsigrokdecode 0.1.0 release. You can download a tarball from SourceForge.

2012/04/17 sigrok-cli 0.3.0 released

We're happy to announce the sigrok-cli 0.3.0 release. You can download a tarball from SourceForge.

See the NEWS file for a list of changes. This release now depends on the new libsigrok and libsigrokdecode libraries.

2011

2011/12/27 sigrok @ 28C3

The sigrok project will have a little meet-up / hackathon at the 28th Chaos Communication Congress (28C3) in Berlin.

2011/11/15 GTK+ GUI started

sigrok now has an alternative GTK+ based GUI (work in progress), contributed by Gareth McMullin, thanks! The code has been merged into the official sigrok repository.

2011/04/03 ChronoVu LA8 now supported

sigrok now has initial support for the ChronoVu LA8 logic analyzer. Many thanks to the vendor (ChronoVu) for freely providing information on the protocol used to communicate with the device. This helped us implement the sigrok hardware driver more quickly. We're happy to see more open-source friendly vendors support sigrok!

2011/04/03 sigrok 0.2 released

We're happy to announce the sigrok 0.2 release. This is mostly a bugfix release.

2011/03/15 sigrok in Debian

We're happy to announce that sigrok is now available in Debian, and Ubuntu will likely follow soon (semi)automatically.

2011/01/20 sigrok 0.1 released

The first official release, sigrok 0.1, was announced. Refer to the release announcement on the mailing list for more information.

2010

2010/12/27 sigrok @ 27C3

The sigrok project had a little meet-up and "booth" at the 27th Chaos Communication Congress (27C3) in Berlin. We did a little bit of sigrok hacking and brainstorming and took some nice pictures of our logic analyzer collection.

2010/05/01 ASIX SIGMA now supported

sigrok now has initial support for the ASIX SIGMA logic analyzer. The code was contributed by Håvard Espeland and Martin Stensgård (thanks)! Also, many thanks to the vendor (ASIX) for releasing the device's firmware / FPGA bitstreams under a license which allows us to distribute the files. This makes life for sigrok users who own this device a lot simpler.

2010/04/06 VCD and Gnuplot output

TODO

2010/04/01 ZEROPLUS Logic Cube LAP-C support

Initial ZEROPLUS Logic Cube LAP-C(16032) support was contributed by sven and bushing, thanks!

2010/03/30 libsigrokdecode started

TODO

2010/03/19 GUI: i18n support

TODO

2010/03/17 Session save support

TODO

2010/03/16 GUI started

TODO

2010/03/14 Official project start

TODO