After two testing versions all changes are now released as stable version. Expect API or SMSD database changes, improved Unicode support or initial support for Oracle in SMSD.
MySQL script for SMSD is compatible with strict mode.
Fixed USSD responses for some AT modems.
Fixed parsing network status for some modems (eg. Quectel UC15).
Fixed handling of emojis and other Unicode chars from supplementary plan.
Fixed compilation with C90 compiler.
Changed version of the shared library.
Improved support for ZTE MF100.
Ignore unsolicited +CLCC: reply.
Correctly report when some SMSD SQL backend is not compiled in.
Fix build of MySQL backend on Linux.
Improved support Huawei K3770.
API changes in some parameter types.
Fixed various Windows compilation issues.
Fixed several resource leaks.
Create outbox SMS atomically in FILES backend.
Removed getlocation command as we no longer fit into their usage policy.
Fixed call diverts on TP-LINK MA260.
Initial support for Oracle database.
Removed unused daemons, pbk and pbk_groups tables from the SMSD schema.
SMSD outbox entries now can have priority set in the database.
Added SIM IMSI to the SMSD status table.
Added CheckNetwork directive.
SMSD attempts to power on radio if disabled.
Fixed processing of AT unsolicited responses in some cases.
Fixed parsing USSD responses from some devices.
You are downloading Gammu source code. To compile it you need some development
environment for your platform and CMake
tool to configure the sources. There are also some optional requirements for
additional features which are listed in INSTALL file in sources. This file
also contains more detailed instructions about compiling Gammu.
This source tarball contains Gammu command line utility, libGammu library and Gammu SMSD.
You are downloading Gammu binaries for Windows. The files are available as
installer (.exe) or just an archive (.zip). The -Minimal variant has slighly
less features compiled in and contains Gammu.dll, which you might use in