Topic: libnfc 1.4.x releases

Dear NFC-enthusiasts, hackers and developers,

After long time, we finally release a 1.4.0 version of libnfc which comes with a lot of fixes, improvements and changes.

We have made great efforts to introduce as best as possible emulation capabilities.

For this version, many people helped us with feedback, patches, point of view, etc.
I don't remember each name or nickname but I would like to thanks all contributors: that's really a pleasure to build something together.

We also would like to thanks two manufacturers for offering NFC devices to libnfc's team members:

Even we have had many contributions, none comes from Windows users. Due to this lack of contributions on this system, Windows support is not provided with this version.
We are looking for some Windows users to contribute to CMake files in order to compile it using MinGW (MSVC is not supported anymore due to the lack of C99 support)

You could find archives¹ and human-readable ChangeLog² at usual places.
[1] http://code.google.com/p/libnfc/downloads/list
[2] http://www.libnfc.org/documentation/changelog

Enjoy!

Romuald Conty

Re: libnfc 1.4.x releases

Dear NFC-enthusiasts, hackers and developers,

libnfc 1.4.1 is out with important fixes and minor improvements.

You could find archives¹ and human-readable ChangeLog² at usual places.
[1] http://code.google.com/p/libnfc/downloads/list
[2] http://www.libnfc.org/documentation/changelog

Enjoy!

Romuald Conty

Re: libnfc 1.4.x releases

Dear NFC-enthusiasts, hackers and developers,

libnfc 1.4.2 is out with some minor fixes and minor improvements plus a new supported device: ASK / LoGO device, finally one great desktop device!

Thanks to ASK for offering us one LoGO device.

And as usual, thanks to contributors!

You could find archives¹ and human-readable ChangeLog² at usual places.
[1] http://code.google.com/p/libnfc/downloads/list
[2] http://www.libnfc.org/documentation/changelog

Enjoy!

Romuald Conty