Double clicking on a HPConnect data file will open HPConnect, connect to the calculator and transfer the file in binary mode.
HPConnect now remembers the Binary/Ascii mode setting and the Debug mode setting from one run to the next.
Sub-directories are now displayed in bold in the directory list.
Now correctly recognizes integer variables (they have a different object type from real numbers)
Now a Universal Binary.
Lightly tested with the 2.0 ROM - unfortunately, my 49 is incompatible with that ROM so I can't test more thoroughly.
HPConnect now forces rename mode.
HPConnect can now send arbitrary ASCII files without trying to compile them into HP binary objects.
When an USB error occurs, HPConnect automatically disconnects, blanks the directory display and sets the Refresh button back to Connect.
Added document icons.
When a get operation fails, the destination file is deleted.
Now translates HPASCII to Unicode! HP object names are no longer displayed as trigraphs!
(Internal only) Added support for Apple Generic Versioning to the build process.
Updated help to match 0.9 features. Help search now works!
A number of small reliability fixes for the USB layer.
Built and tested with Tiger. 10.2.x is no longer supported.
Added new Backup command.
Reworked help file to match .
Patched an incompatibility with 10.2.8.
More fixes to the help file. There was a bug that could cause the help file to not only fail to load but could cause Help Viewer to completely stop loading any help files at all.
Fixes to the help file.
Third Beta release.
Further improved error handling for ASCII transfers.
Double-clicking on a directory name is now the same as clicking on the "Chdir" button. Double-clicking another type of object name is now the same as clicking the "Get" button.
The object list now displays the size of each object.
Busy indicator has moved to the right hand side of the window and disappears when HPConnect isn't busy.
Window is now resizable.
The current calculator directory is displayed as HPConnect's window title.
Second beta release.
Better support for ASCII files, including parsing of standard HP ASCII headers. Transmitting large files in ASCII is still unreliable, however, and transmitting files that have syntax errors in them can cause the connection to hang. (See the section on troubleshooting on how to recover the connection.)
In addition, HPConnect no longer automatically connects when it is started - you must manually choose the "Connect" menu item.
Initial beta release. This version does not correctly support HP's standard file headers. This means that it does not check to see if a file is a valid HP binary or ASCII document before sending it to the HP. In addition reliability is a bit iffy.