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PulseView 0.4.2 released!

We're happy to announce the new PulseView 0.4.2 release!

This is quite a major release with loads of new features and bugfixes.

We provide various binary builds for Linux (AppImage), Windows (.exe installer) and Mac OS X (DMG) for the release version over at the Downloads page (in addition to the usual nightly builds).

Major new features and improvements:

  • PulseView session setups can now be saved/restored to and from *.pvs files.
  • Translation support was added to the GUI elements (and a first translation, German, is available). Please check the wiki for details on how you can contribute further translations.
  • There's a new protocol decoder selection subwindow with filtering capabilities, browing by decoder tags, auto-stacking of decoders where required, and more.
  • A new decoder "binary" output subwindow can show/save "OUTPUT_BINARY" type decoder data in various (decoder-specific) formats (WAV, PCAP, PNG, and many others). This also features a simple "hex view" for the data.
  • It is now possible to show/hide individual decoder annotation rows, and individual annotation classes. This is very handy when you're debugging a specific issue and only want to see certain classes of decoder annotations, e.g. "show me only CRC errors", "show me only parity errors and frame errors", or "show me only I²C NACKs" etc. etc.
  • Lots of UI and functionality improvements regarding cursors and markers.
  • Various new handy key shortcuts for zooming, moving around in the data, placing cursors, etc.
  • Various drawing and decoder/annotation performance improvements.

For further information about some of the new features please also check out these recent blog posts:

And of course, as usual, there are also quite a number of bugfixes and other minor improvements all over the place.

See the NEWS file for a much more detailed list of changes, or browse the git history for even more details.