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OK last year, I've silently released libmodbus v3.1.0 and it's never too late to announce it!
libmodbus 3.1.0 (2012-05-22)
Major changes to handle many slaves in RTU mode, non blocking connections and
RTS flow control.
New stable release v3.0.4:
This new bugfix release contains the following changes:
The modbus library finds its way into the official repositories Fedora (packaged by Stéphane Raimbault), Debian and Ubuntu (packaged by Ivo De Decker).
Yet another stable release with minor fixes.
libmodbus 3.0.2 (2012-01-16)
After 5 months with GNOME 3.0, I'm really happy with the experience. At the end of work day,
my mind is no more exhausted of windows placement fighting and application finding.
GNOME 3.0 is really stable, except with the Open Source driver on my Radeon 5870 (4 crashes in 2 months).
I'm impressed by the activity of the coreutils project (unix commands such as ls, df, etc). At first glance, you might think command line tools are written for good and only few changes are applied to ensure compatibility with the platforms. With several releases a year and new features for each, it's really an active project indeed.
If you expect 'Alt + d' wil only remove the first part 'foo_' of 'foo_bar' with the great python-mode, you can make this change to python-mode.el:
- (modify-syntax-entry ?\_ "w" py-mode-syntax-table)
+ (modify-syntax-entry ?\_ "_" py-mode-syntax-table)
A dot zero isn't a dot zero without few problems, so I've released libmodbus v3.0.1 to fix problems with non-recent Linux kernels and other platforms.
libmodbus 3.0.1 (2011-07-18)
OK, the new stable release of libmodbus is finally out! Only 2 years after libmodbus v2.0.3 and 400 commits, I'm happy to release this new version which contains many changes to improve the API and enhance the Modbus protocol conformity. The major features of this release are: