[chirp_users] HOW MAKE OLD CHIRP VERSIONS PY FILE INTO WINDOWS EXE???????

Aubrey Turner aubrey.c.turner at gmail.com
Thu Mar 21 10:16:51 PDT 2013


More importantly, I recall you from the UV-5R list asking this same 
question, so I think you'd best be served by downloading the latest 
version, as the support for the UV-5R is *vastly* better in the latest 
stable release.  The version you want lacks significant features and 
doesn't support the latest versions of the firmware on the UV-5R.

All told, you'd likely be better off concentrating your energies working 
with this group to get the current stable (or even the latest daily) 
build working.



On 03/21/2013 11:59 AM, Tom Hayward wrote:
> Old versions of Chirp can be downloaded here:
> http://chirp.danplanet.com/download/
>
> But I don't know why you would want old versions, they have bugs. We
> don't release new versions for the hell of it, we do it to fix bugs
> and add support for new radios.
>
> Tom KD7LXL
>
> On Thu, Mar 21, 2013 at 9:40 AM,  <yjhld at usa.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>> HI DAN PLANET
>>
>> COULD YOU PLEASE EXPLAIN TO ME IN BASIC TERMS HOW I CAN MAKE OLDER VERSIONS
>> OF CHIRP INTO A NORMAL WINDOWS XP EXE-THE ZIP I DOWNLOADED WAS --PY
>> FORMAT?????
>>
>> I TRYED SOMETHING CALLED PYTHON TO OPEN IT OR WHAT EVER IS SOPOST TO
>> HAPPEN.  PYTHON IS COMMAND LINE .  THIS IS TO ADVANCED .
>>
>> HOW DO I MAKE THESE ARCHIVED FILES INTO A NORMAL WINDOWS EXE???????
>>
>> I WOULD GREATLY APRECIATE BASIC INSTRUCKTIONS FROM ANYONE
>>
>> OR DOES ANY ONE KNOW WERE I CAN DOWNLOAD OLD VERSIONS OF CHIP
>> IN A NORMAL WINDOWS FORMAT???????
>>
>>
>> PLEASE DONT ASK ME WHY I NEED TO DO THIS AND AGRAVATE MY PROBLEM.
>>
>>
>> THANK YOU VERY VERY MUCH  FOR HELP FROM ANYONE
>>
>>
>> HAM FRIEND
>>
>>
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