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WFDB 10.1


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Changes in version 10.1.6 (1 August 2001)

The WFDB library requires that the record name specified in the first line of a header file must match the name of the record with which the header file is associated (this is done in order to detect corrupted or erroneously renamed header files). Version 10.1.6 requires that only the final portion of the record name (stripped of any path information) must match.


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Changes in version 10.1.5 (11 June 2000)

More changes in the ‘make’ description files, for Cygwin compatibility.


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Changes in version 10.1.4 (6 June 2000)

The symbol WFDB_NETFILES replaces the old NETFILES.


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Changes in version 10.1.3 (26 April 2000)

More changes in the ‘make’ description files, to support a configuration script.


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Changes in version 10.1.2 (11 March 2000)

Changes in the ‘make’ description files.


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Changes in version 10.1.1 (30 January 2000)

Record names may contain (absolute or relative) path information as a prefix, and if (as a result) an input file is found in a location that does not appear explicitly in the WFDB path, that location is appended to the end of the WFDB path. For example, if the WFDB path is ‘. http://physionet.org/physiobank/database’, and the record name ‘mitdb/100’ is supplied to wfdbinit, the WFDB library will find the header file at http://physionet.org/physiobank/database/mitdb/100.hea, and will then add http://physionet.org/physiobank/database/mitdb/ to the end of the WFDB path so that the signal file (specified as ‘100.dat’ in the header file) can be found.


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Changes in version 10.1.0 (15 January 2000)

Version 10.1.0 supports a new signal file format (311), and contains numerous minor changes in the NETFILES support code introduced in 10.0.1.


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George B. Moody (george@mit.edu)