SmartSDR FlexLib Documentation has gone bye bye ...

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Ever since the NEW Flex website design was introduced the SmartSDR FlexLib .NET API documentation link on the SmartSDR Wiki does not work.  All I get is an "Oops, This Page Could Not Be Found!  404"  error.  I know I can wade through the FlexLib source files but it was easier for many things to just look through all the class structures in the documentation that used to be available. 

Is it gone for good or is it hidden somewhere in the new web page design?

---Gary WB8ROL
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Gary L. Robinson

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Chris DL5NAM

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did you use search function? i think not ! Do it and use the magic word LIB

https://www.flexradio.com/?s=lib

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Ray Andrews, K9DUR, Elmer

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Chris -- The search function only takes you to where you can download the API source files, not to the documentation.

Gary -- I contacted Eric about this last week & told him the link was broken.  He looked into it & told me that they found out what happened, but it would be a few days until they could get the link restored.  In the meantime, he sent me the documentation files for v2.4.9.  E-mail me direct (k9dur@k9dur.info) & I can send them to you.

73, Ray, K9DUR
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Gary L. Robinson

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Thanks Ray!  I sent you an email.

---Gary WB8ROL
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Michael Walker, Employee

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https://www.flexradio.com/downloads/flexlib_api_v2-4-9-zip/

To help, I just googled SmartSDR FlexLib and it came right up.  We will get the link fixed, but there are a few other pressing things.
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Gary L. Robinson

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Michael, I already have the file on your link.  These files are the source code for FlexLib 2.4.9.  What I was referring to was the documentation of all the classes, functions, variables, structures, etc. for FlexLib that had been available on the wiki page.  However, that link and information is broken.

---Gary WB8ROL
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Eric - KE5DTO, Official Rep

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I think what you're looking for (FlexLib Doxygen output) is actually here: https://www.flexradio.com/flexlib/annotated.html.  This was lost in the shuffle when we moved to our new website, but is now back and updated for FlexLib v2.4.9.  
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Gary L. Robinson

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Yes, that was exactly what I was looking for.  Thanks Eric!

---Gary WB8ROL