... the open-source glide computer
XCSoar is a tactical glide computer originally developed for the Pocket PC platform. In 2005, the originally commercial software was given to the open-source community for further development and has constantly been improved since. It is now a multi-platform application that currently runs on Windows, Windows Mobile, Unix and even Android devices.
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XCSoar 6.8_alpha9 released
(24. Jul 2015 by max)
The ninth alpha release of the upcoming XCSoar version 6.8 has been released.
Changes since 6.8_alpha8:
- store user-edited waypoints and markers in “user.cup”
- markers can be used in tasks and for “goto”
- obey the maximum start speed
- fix bogus value in “Nearest Airspace H” InfoBox
- add “Next arrow” InfoBox
- allow UI scale up to 200%
- allow mass in lb, wing loading in lb/ft^2
- fix SkyLines traffic display on southern hemisphere
- freeze bug with LiveTrack24 fixed
- faster triangle score calculation
- CAI302 sink tone configuration
- remove drivers for LX1600 and Westerboer VW921
- full support for LXNAV V7 pass-through
- detect Kobo model, warn if OTG kernel doesn’t match