call for more testing [was Re: this looks suspiciously easy]

Federico Masias fede at
Wed Apr 18 23:27:14 PDT 2018

Tested an Aqualung i200 on macOS, downloads fine. When I get home in the
morning I can test on a Windows VM as well, to confirm.

As a total aside, when creating a new log, where does the Map initialize?
It seems to have initialized in downtown London, which is the last place I
looked up in google maps, and not at all close to my home or current
location. A bit weird, but also possibly not in Subsurface's control?

- Fede

On Thu, Apr 19, 2018 at 1:46 AM, Dirk Hohndel <dirk at> wrote:

> OK, this has been added to the NG branch, current binaries are at the link
> below. They should only show supported devices on your system. Tested
> here with a few combinations and it seems to do the right thing. I no
> longer
> am offered IRDA computers on my Mac, for example.
> As with everything in the NG branch, testing and reports of success or
> failure would be very welcome. The more reports for different dive
> computers
> we can get, the better. So if you have a Cobalt or older style serial dive
> computer
> or anything else that hasn't been reported, yet, please try the binaries at
> tag/continuous-NG
> It seems that right now BT rfcomm downloads are broken. Nonetheless, I'd
> love to get more testing of this to understand if it's broken for
> everyone, on
> all OSs.
> Also, configuring dive computers is likely broken. Hopefully Anton can take
> a look.
> Thanks for everyone's help!
> /D
> On Apr 19, 2018, at 6:31 AM, Linus Torvalds <torvalds at>
> wrote:
> Looks good to me.
>    Linus
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