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JDiveLog is a logbook for scuba diving written in Java 5
« on: January 30, 2011, 12:13:47 AM »
JDiveLog is a logbook for scuba diving written in Java 5



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JDiveLog is an open source diver's logbook for logging scuba dives. It's written in Java (JRE 5.0 or later required). For transfer of dive profiles from a dive computer, the javax.comm package has to be installed and configured. For Linux I recommend the RXTX implementation. Up to now some Suunto and Uwatec Aladin models are supported, as well as the Open Source Dive Computer by HeinrichsWeikamp. I would appreciate feedback whether a dive computer model works or not.


Why

The reason for writing this logbook was, because I couldn't find a logbook software for Linux which had all features I wanted.


License

JDiveLog is licensed under the terms of the GPL. So anybody can use it and modify it as he wants.

Features
Working Features

    * Import of UDCF dive profile data
    * Displaying dive profiles as nice graphs
    * Recording all major dive data
    * Managing pictures from the dive trip
    * Generation of a skinnable web page with dive profile, dive data and pictures
    * Publishing of genereated web page by scp (secure copy)
    * Partial update of generated web page
    * i18n: german, english, french, finnish and czech available
    * Units displayed metric or imperial
    * Download of dive profiles from Suunto dive computers
    * Configuring Suunto dive computers
    * Download of dive profiles from Aladin computers
    * Download of dive profiles from HeinrichsWeikamp’s OSTC Open Source Dive Computer
    * Flashing of Firmware to HeinrichsWeikamp’s OSTC
    * Configuring HeinrichsWeikamp’s OSTC Open Source Dive Computer
    * Import of logbook data from WLog
    * Import of logbook data from DataTrack / MemoMouse
    * Import of Cressi Logbook CSV files
    * Statistics of dive partners, dives sites, countries, …
    * Search functionality
    * Viewing of Pictures
    * Slideshow
    * Dive Planning (Deco 2000 tables)
    * Dive site management
    * Printing
    * Gas Blending

Planned Features

    * Implementation of the future protocol of HeinrichsWeikamps OSTC
    * Addition of other dive planning models (VPM-B / Bühlmann)
    * More Printing (other lists, detail pages)
    * Publishing of generated web page by FTP

Download

You can download JDiveLog from our Sourceforge Download Page.

For Linux / *nix users we recommend to use our Installer. Get JDiveLog-Installer (.jar)

For Windows users we recommend to use our Installer as exe. Get JDiveLog-Installer (.exe)

For Mac OS X users we recommend to use our Mac OS X Package. Get JDiveLog for Mac OS X

For developers there are also Source Packages available, these are not recommended for normal users. Get the JDiveLog Source
Developers can also check out the Source directly from our Subversion Server:

svn co https://jdivelog.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/jdivelog jdivelog

http://sourceforge.net/projects/jdivelog
« Last Edit: February 23, 2014, 12:43:56 PM by Software Santa »

 


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