The Subsurface development team proudly announces the release 5.0.7 of Subsurface, an open source dive log and dive planning program for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
This version adds a few small changes compared to 5.0.6 and fixes a number of bugs.
Changes in Subsurface 5.0.7:
profile: include profile editing in undo system
general: rename dive master to dive guide
dive list: make dive guide visible in dive list [#3382]
equipment: allow manually asigning tank sensors to specific tanks (this helps divers with multiple dive computers each tracking pressure for a different tank)
build-system: initial support for Qt6 (missing maps, user manual, printing, among other things)
build-system: initial support for Apple M1 (using Qt6, see limitations above)
core: avoid crash with corrupted cloud storage
planner: make ESC (cancel plan) work when moving handles
desktop: Don’t lose cursor position in notes when switching between windows [#3369]
build-system: don’t rely on the git:// protocol when downloading sources
dive computer support:
Uemis support: fix the ability disconnect/reconnect the Zurich when its filesystem is full
libdivecomputer: add support for latest BLE hardware in OSTC dive computers
libdivecomputer: add support latest Shearwater firmware, including T3/T4 on Teric
libdivecomputer: various other small changes
Where do I find binaries?
Binaries are available for Windows, Mac, and an AppImage for x86-64 Linux (plus distribution specific binaries for a number of Linux flavors including Ubuntu, Fedora, and openSUSE).
You can get Subsurface 5.0.7 from these locations:
Mac: https://subsurface-divelog.org/downloads/Subsurface-5.0.7.dmg (this is intended for the latest macOS version. For other macOS versions, see the downloads page)
Linux: A generic AppImage is available for download: Subsurface-5.0.7-x86_64.AppImage, make it executable
chmod +x Subsurface-5.0.7-x86_64.AppImage and then simply run this file.
Linux: Ubuntu: Add
ppa:subsurface/subsurface to your software sources; the .deb in that PPA can also be installed on sufficiently current versions LinuxMint; see the Downloads page and use
http://ppa.launchpad.net/subsurface/subsurface/ubuntu to get our latest release version.
Linux: openSUSE: go to our open build service release page
Linux: Fedora: go to our COPR release page