Gnome Ham Radio Utilities Introduction
Gnome Hamradio Utilities or GHU (pronounced goo as in the grimy slimy stuff that you are never quite sure what it is) is a collection of programs that bring hamradio into the modern world of graphical user interfaces and other pretty and warm and fuzzy things. The toolkit (or library) I use to make these programs is the Gnome Libraries which in turn uses the GTK Libraries. These are very nice ones to use and have the advantage of being free.
Everyone has to have screenshots these days, here are mine of ghu.
picture of GHU mheard.
More to come!
I haven't released the code as yet, it will be coming soon but it needs a major clean up first. I am also hoping that the new ax25-utils will be out soon too, so it can link with the new libax25 instead of using some horribly messy hacks in its place. Watch this space!
I am now the ax.25 utilities/libraries maintainer so it is basically up to myself to get my own act together. The libraries are coming along but are taking a bit longer than I hoped.
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