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Number of commits found XX: 3

Sat, 19 Nov 2016
[ 11:53 tcberner ] Original commit   Revision:426360
426360 comms/jsdr/Makefile
426360 comms/jsdr/files/patch-jsdr.pro
426360 comms/jsdr/files/patch-make-x64_fmreceiver_fmreceiver.pro
426360 comms/jsdr/files/patch-make-x64_mini-receiver_mini-receiver.pro
426360 comms/jsdr/files/patch-make-x64_spectrum-viewer_spectrum-viewer.pro
426360 comms/jsdr/files/patch-make-x64_swreceiver_swreceiver.pro
Simplify Makefile of comms/jsdr

Instead of doing a manual do-configure / do-build / do-install targets, copy
a small 'jsdr.pro' file to WRKSRC and then rely on USES=qmake to do the rest.

The version-suffix of the two binaries spectrum-viewer and fmreceiver was
dropped in the process (why was it there?) -- and therefore the PORTREVISION
is bumped.

PR:		214642
Approved by:	rakuco (mentor)
Sat, 30 May 2015
[ 20:39 bapt ] Original commit   Revision:387982
387982 MOVED
387982 audio/Makefile
387982 audio/baresip/Makefile
387982 audio/baresip/Makefile.depends
387982 audio/baresip/files
387982 audio/csound/Makefile
387982 audio/csound/files/custom.py.in
387982 audio/csound6/Makefile
387982 audio/denemo/Makefile
387982 audio/espeak/Makefile

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Update portaudio to v19/Remove portaudio2 [1]
Chase portaudio change
Add patches from debian for games/cultivation
Add patches from upsteam for audio/rezound
Mark py-fastaudio as broken

Approved by:	maintainer
Thu, 25 Jul 2013
[ 18:53 nox ] Original commit   Revision:323661
323661 comms/Makefile
323661 comms/jsdr
323661 comms/jsdr/Makefile
323661 comms/jsdr/distinfo
323661 comms/jsdr/files
323661 comms/jsdr/files/patch-filters_fir-filters.cpp
323661 comms/jsdr/files/patch-filters_iir-filters.cpp
323661 comms/jsdr/files/patch-make-x64_fmreceiver_fmreceiver.pro
323661 comms/jsdr/files/patch-make-x64_jff-include.h
323661 comms/jsdr/files/patch-make-x64_mini-receiver_mini-receiver.pro

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Add new port comms/jsdr:

SDR-J (formerly Jsdr) is a suite of four programs provided under a
LGPL open source license for playing around with sdr (software
defined radio). The software can be used directly with the PM-SDR
kit and RTL2832U based dongles, and in the 32 bits Windows version
with other kits as well.

The suite contains four programs:

- a full blown "short wave" receiver, which provides tuning in the
  range of 100K .. 165M using the PM-SDR (although above 55 M with
  reduced performance) and from app 55 MHz to app 900 Mhz or above
  using an RTL2832U based dongle. The receiver provides quite a number
  of decoders for amateur modes.
- am/fm receiver covering the same frequency bands as the sw receiver,
  however, with am bandwidths selectable, with fm mono and stereo
  decoding as well as with rds decoding.
- spectrum viewer for use with the RTL2832U based dongles, showing
  spectra of up to 3 Mhz bandwidth.
- mini receiver, a stripped version of the fm receiver, a gadget
  for listening to WFM using DAB sticks.

WWW: http://www.sdr-j.tk/

Number of commits found XX: 3

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