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Gerolf Ziegenhain 2015-01-04 14:43:28 +01:00
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SRC = irmc.c
OBJ = ${SRC:.c=.o}
LDFLAGS = -L/opt/local/lib -lm -loss -lportaudio -lmorse
CFLAGS = -Wall -I/opt/local/include
INSTALLDIR = ${HOME}/bin
all: options irmc
options:
@echo irmc build options:
@echo "CFLAGS = ${CFLAGS}"
@echo "LDFLAGS = ${LDFLAGS}"
@echo "CC = ${CC}"
@echo "INSTALLDIR = ${INSTALLDIR}"
.c.o:
@echo CC $<
@${CC} -c ${CFLAGS} $<
irmc: ${OBJ}
@echo CC -o $@
@${CC} -o $@ ${OBJ} ${LDFLAGS}
hex: ${OBJ}
@echo avr-gcc -o $@
avr-gcc -o $@ ${OBJ} ${LDFLAGS}
clean:
@echo cleaning
@rm -f irmc irmc.core ${OBJ}
install: irmc
cp irmc ${INSTALLDIR}

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How to build on Debian
apt-get install -y alsa-oss oss-compat build-essential autoconf libao-dev libtool
wget https://github.com/8cH9azbsFifZ/morse/archive/v0.1.tar.gz
tar xzf v0.1.tar.gz
cd morse-0.1
libtoolize
./autogen.sh
./configure --with-portaudio
make
sudo make install
How to build on OSX:
TBD: Driver: serial - 2usb!
TBD: OSX - howto install dependencies
https://github.com/8cH9azbsFifZ/morse/archive/v0.1.tar.gz
How to use:
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irmc - Internet Relay Morse Code
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# What is IRMC?
IRMC stands for Internet Relay Morse Code. It implements the [CWCom protocol](http://kob.sdf.org/morsekob/docs/cwcom.pdf) as adopted by [MorseKOB](http://kob.sdf.org/morsekob/docs/history.pdf). You can try out the software in a [browser](http://kob.sdf.org/morsekob/morsekob30/index.htm) using Java.
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Why not? A number of different approaches for CW over IP exist. An early implementation has been the CWCom protocol,
which has been the basis for Morse KOB, a ready-to-use software. Both chat programs have been written for CW exclusively and are compatible. An alternative implementation in C exists as well as a port to the ATMEL AVR Microcontroller.
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=== Original post ===
I have been using cwcom to practice sending morsecode, unfortunately my main computer at home is running openbsd and it has gotten harder to gain access to a reliable MS Windows machine. So I wrote my own client that works on openbsd.
This is written in C and although not tested it should compile under other OS. If any one wants to try it and send me feedback. you can download version 0.01 here http://fernan.bitbucket.org/irmc.tgz
Les Kerr of https://home.comcast.net/~morsekob/ has been very patient in answering my questions regarding the cwcom protocol and setting up a test server during debugging.
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Besides a variety of other approaches exist, for example an IRC plugin ([CWirc](http://myspace.voo.be/pcoupard/cwirc/)), a [JavaScript implementation](http://morsecode.me), a [bandwidth-eating UDP implementation](http://hans.liss.pp.se/node/343), a [chat for iOS](http://pignology.net/cwwithme.html) or a modulated CW over IP using Mumble ([iCW](https://sites.google.com/site/icwoip/)).
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make
sudo make install
```
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## Debian (Wheezy)
Some dependencies have to be installed: