November 6th, 2002: liborphy 0.2.1
A new version of liborphy is available. It adds a simulation mode
(simulates an Orphy device for testing purposes), the ability to stop a
running acquisition, and some minor bugfixes.
October 23rd, 2002: website update
This is the new website for gTipi and liborphy.
August 16th, 2002: status report
The main difference is that the new one is XHTML 1.0 and CSS1 compilant.
The presentation should also be more clear.
I made the port of gTipi to Gtk+-2.0 earlier than I planned, so it has
delayed the release of gTipi 0.2.0.
This version will be available as soon as a version of
will be released (currently, there is only CVS access).
Meanwhile, you can download latest gTipi sources on the
It needs Gtk+-2.0, and CVS versions of
gtkextra-2 and liborphy.
June 16th, 2002: liborphy 0.2.0 released
I'm pleased to announce the first public release of liborphy. At this time,
liborphy only supports the GTS model because this is the only one I have.
May 4th, 2002: French translation
If you have other Orphy products (like the GTI), please send me a mail.
This website is now completely translated into french. Use the corresponding
flag icon at the bottom of the left menus.
April 20th, 2002: CVS sources now available
This site is now hosted on icculus.org.
Thanks a lot to Ryan C. 'icculus' Gordon.
April 18th, 2002: Website creation
Consequently, the CVS sources for both liborphy and gTipi are available.
See the CVS download section for more informations.
This is the brand new website for gTipi and liborphy.
A french version will be available later.
Thanks to Guillaume Burlet,
who did this website design and made my logo a lot nicer.
Update: May, 21st. 2002 - I changed the pages so that it is no longer
based on frames. It now uses only tables, which is more compatible with
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