Morse code tutor - shared library
The unixcw project provides support for learning to use Morse code.
This package provides shared library files to handle Morse code
signals and to generate sound on the console buzzer or a sound card
through OSS or ALSA.
unixcw for Debian
As of version 3.0, this package is split up into
- shared library (libcw3)
- development files (libcw3-dev)
- command line frontend (cw)
- ncurses frontend (cwcp)
- Qt frontend (xcwcp)
Kamil Ignacak <email@example.com>, Tue, 29 Nov 2011, 20:49:32 +0100
As of version 2.0, this package has been split up into
- shared library (unixcw)
- development files (unixcw-d
The original UnixCW package, version 1, grew out of a desire to have a program
available under Linux that was very similar to the one I was used to under DOS.
While several Linux Morse Tutors were, in fact, still are, available, I never
quite found one that did the stuff I wanted.
From the original UnixCW package came version 2. This was almost a total
rewrite, although it included the same bas
CW - the international Morse code
CW is an abbreviation for "continuous wave", the commonly
used technical term for Morse code communication. A basic
knowledge or understanding of Morse code is a requirement for
Radio Amateurs and Marine Radio Operators in many par
unixcw (3.0.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
* Fixing FTBFS (problems with config.* files). I think tha
This package was debianized by Joop Stakenborg firstname.lastname@example.org on
Wed, 20 Jun 2001 09:44:23 +0200.
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