Open Source Development for the MMTTY, MMVARI, and MMSSTV Digital Mode Applications
MMTTY, MMSSTV, and MMVARI were originally developed by Mako, JE3HHT. MMTTY supports RTTY, MMSSTV supports SSTV, and MMVARI supports RTTY, PSK, and MFSK. As of August 1, 2013, all three applications are released to open source development under the LGPL license.
The GNU Lesser Public General License (LGPL)is a free software license published by the Free Software Foundation. The LGPL
allows developers and companies to use and integrate MMTTY, MMSSTV, and MMVARI with their own software without being required to release the source code of their own software
requires that all changes to MMTTY, MMSSTV, and MMVARI source code be made publicly available.
Source code for all three applications is available to everyone via GitHub:
Anyone may create public or private branches of these applications, so long as LGPL requirements are satisfied
The Committers will maintain a master branch for each application; the Committers are
New Committers can be designated by a majority of the current Committers
The primary development tool for these applications is Embarcadero C++Builder XE4.
If you'd like to participate, contact Dave AA6YQ via aa6yq (at) ambersoft.com .
Defect reports and enhancement requests should be posted to the appropriate discussion group: