While being on DebConf 9 I managed to do some work on Gammu, the
famous tool for getting access to data in cell phones. The greatest feature of
this release is reducing memory consumption by 800 MiB. Other code changes are
much smaller, but there is also another important change - I now use Git for
development, you can
git clone git://gitorious.org/gammu/mainline.git.
Full list of changes:
- Fixed getting firmware revision on AT phones (bug #951).
- Added support for home/work mobile number (bug #952).
- Fixed handling of error response for security status in AT.
- Fixed segfault on systems with very low memory limits.
- Development now goes on in Git repository, please check README.
- 6510 driver now dynamically allocates memory for file caches, what reduces Gammu memory usage by 800 MiB.
- Added testcases for AT+CNMI replies.
- Fixed range parsing in AT engine.
- Added reconnect support in PostgreSQL driver in SMSD.
- Gammu debug level no longer can be controlled separately in SMSD.
- Fix loop when Nokia phone does not allow to access files (bug #954).
You can download from usual place: http://cihar.com/gammu/,
Debian users will find packages in experimental soon, SUSE, Fedora and Mandriva users can check experimental repository in OpenSuse Build Service.