Device::Gsm v1.43 released to CPAN

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Version 1.43 of Device::Gsm perl extension has been released to CPAN,
and should be available at your local CPAN mirror in a day or two.

Recent Changes

1.43  Sun Jul 23 17:40:15 CEST 2006
     - Added ability to decode alphabetical sender addresses.
       Thanks to Torsten Mueller for reporting the issue.

1.42  Mon May  8 21:16:40 CEST 2006
     - Fixed a bug in Device::Gsm::Sms delete() method that invoked
       a non-existent Device::Gsm::deleteMessage().
     - Implemented read and delete of sms messages from different
       storages (ME, SM, ...). Only for PDU format. Thanks to
       Jurij Sikorsky for the patch.

1.41  Thu Apr 20 21:52:19 CEST 2006
     - === Now Device::Gsm 1.39+ requires at least Device::Modem v1.47 ===
       Check out on CPAN before upgrading.
     - Some cool fixes for better support of Iridium Satellite phones,
       GPRS connections and command/response faster cycle.
       Many thanks to Ed Wildgoose.

What it is?

Device::Gsm is perl extension to talk to your gsm mobile phone
via serial port, bluetooth, irda, ... and reads/writes sms messages,
reads battery level, signal, imei(serial) number, makes calls,
and everything is allowed by the GSM AT+C command set.
It works at least on Windows, Linux, Solaris and *BSD systems.


+ working perl installation >= 5.005_03
+ Device::Modem (most recent version is usually required)
+ Device::SerialPort (or Win32::SerialPort for Windows systems)
+ a gsm mobile phone, or oem device, compliant with AT+C GSM
    command set (nearly every model is AT+C compliant)


This module installs like all other good old perl modules:

$ perl Makefile.PL
$ make
$ make test
$ make install

Licensing terms

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
Use it at your own risk, and without ANY warranty!
For any need of commercial support and/or licensing, please contact

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