./ham/trustedQSL, TrustedQSL, uploading QSL Data to LoTW of ARRL

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 2.4.2nb5, Package name: tqsl-2.4.2nb5, Maintainer: makoto

TrustedQSL is a LoTW (Logbook of The World) application to upload
QSO's (contacts) information onto Logbook servers maintained by the
ARRL (American Radio Relay League).

Logbook of The World - LoTW - is an exciting way for Radio Amateurs
to confirm two-way contacts they have made and use the confirmations
as credit toward various awards.

Because Logbook of The World uses double blind comparison, users
cannot see what other users have uploaded unless there is a matched

Required to run:
[www/curl] [x11/wxGTK28] [databases/db5]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/x11-links] [x11/xcb-proto] [x11/fixesproto4] [pkgtools/cwrappers] [x11/xorgproto]

Master sites:

SHA1: 835b5dcda9d846dc9b6ad9a53573f56d8a22c658
RMD160: 8afd84532ab75f672dfeea6f6145a65509fb70cb
Filesize: 2994.11 KB

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   2019-08-22 14:23:56 by Ryo ONODERA | Files touched by this commit (678)
Log message:
Recursive revbump from boost-1.71.0
   2019-08-11 15:25:21 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3557) | Package updated
Log message:
Bump PKGREVISIONs for perl 5.30.0
   2019-07-21 00:46:59 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (595)
Log message:
*: recursive bump for nettle 3.5.1
   2019-07-01 06:08:55 by Ryo ONODERA | Files touched by this commit (669)
Log message:
Recursive revbump from boost-1.70.0
   2019-05-13 02:21:34 by Greg Troxel | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
ham/tqsl: Require C++11

While the package is not documented to use C++11, it uses std::string
constructs added in C++11, and fails compilation with g++ 5.5.0
without --std=c++11.  Add todo markings to file upstream bugs;
upstream does not adequately document prereqs.
   2019-04-30 15:22:09 by Makoto Fujiwara | Files touched by this commit (5) | Package updated
Log message:
Upgraded ham/trustedQSL to 2.4.2

Trusted QSL V2.4.2 Release Notes

This version of Trusted QSL (TQSL) has new features as well as
corrections for defects found since TQSL 2.4.1 was released. This
release also includes an update to the most recent TQSL configuration

TQSL 2.4.2 can be installed to upgrade any older version of TQSL. You
do not need to install every release from 2.2 through 2.4, you can
upgrade directly to v2.4.2 in one step.


TQSL has been built to be compatible with older Mac systems (OSX 10.4
and later) and to work on both PowerPC and Intel CPU Macs. The current
release of OSX (10.14, or Mojave) issues a warning about

TQSL when it is run stating that it is not “optimized”, and that it
will not work with the next release of OSX. This is forcing us to drop
support for PowerPC systems in order to continue to support Mac
systems. We will freeze TQSL 2.4.x and make it available indefinitely,
but the next major release of TQSL will not work on PowerPC Macs or
Macs running OSX older than Tiger.

On all three supported platforms (Windows, MacOS, and Linux),
installing TQSL 2.4.2 will replace older versions of Trusted QSL while
preserving your Callsign Certificates, Station Locations, and
preferences.  On Windows, simply run the TQSL 2.4.2 installer, which
will automatically uninstall older versions of TQSL (and, if
installed, TQSLCert). On Mac OS X, open the disk image (.dmg) file and
drag the “Trusted QSL” folder to your Applications folder. Direct
the installer to “Replace All”, which will uninstall old files.

For Linux systems, unpack the tar file and read the INSTALL file for
directions.  TQSL 2.4.2 has been “localized” to allow use in the
native language of non-English speakers. This could not have been done
without the help of the volunteers who have contributed translations
for TQSL.

Thanks to the following for their assistance:
Chinese: Caros, BH4TXN
Hindi: Manmohan, VU3YBH
German: Andreas DF4WC
Italian: Salvatore IV4FYV
Japanese: Akihiro JL3OXR
Portuguese: Nuno CT2IRY
Russian: Vic US5WE
Spanish: Jordi EA3GCV

The following list describes the major changes in the v2.4.2 release
of Trusted QSL.

TQSL changes
Defects Corrected:

Ensure that the exit status message emitted by TQSL appears in English
so logging programs can use that to detect exit status. In the past,
this could have been output in the local language, making it more
difficult for the calling program to detect whether or not there were
any errors.  Improve setting of ITU and CQ zones when defining a
Station Location. There were many cases where these were left empty,
which means that Station Locations were more likely to not have zones

Fix issue with Windows updates of TQSL failing when the user's
directory has a space embedded. Note that this is a forwards-looking
fix: this defect is in the existing TQSL 2.4.1, so updates for users
with spaces in their usernames will continue to fail until after 2.4.2
is installed.  Remove spurious error message when run on a system
where the local language is not supported.

Features Added:

When displaying a callsign certificate where the private key is
missing from the local system, specifically state that the private key
is not found. Added a specific message for keys that cannot be opened
to provide the root cause.  Improve the error message for missing
private keys to be more descriptive.  Add the ability to map Cabrillo
modes to user-specified ADIF modes using the cab_modes.dat file in the
TQSL user directory. File has Cabrillo modes (two characters), then an
ADIF mode, comma delimited.  Default file is provided by TQSL and
users can provide their own.  Allow adding translations without making
code changes.

Reinstalling TQSL 2.4.1

Downgrading to TQSL 2.4.1 can be seamlessly performed by uninstalling
TQSL 2.4.2 and reinstalling TQSL 2.4.1.
   2018-12-13 20:52:27 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (668)
Log message:
revbump for boost 1.69.0
   2018-08-22 11:48:07 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3558)
Log message:
Recursive bump for perl5-5.28.0