On October 20, 2004 06:12 am, David Luff wrote: > >I'm wondering whether we know what the X-Plane format really *is*. > >Since the beginning of September, Robin Peel has been saying that a > >new set of files are coming out "next weekend, September 18." But he > >also says that these files won't work at all with earlier versions > >of X-Plane. That may simply be because of the new information content > >in fields that were basically dummy (see below) choking reads that > >don't know how to handle them; but it made me wonder if there's a file > >format change coming up. At the very least, his comments about being > >able to declare aprons separate from taxiways suggest a new record type. > > Well, I guess we'll find out eventually. Converters are easy to write, if > somewhat tedious. The current X-Plane format contains a flag indicating > whether to include runway distance remaining signs or not, so the change to > it should be good for you in that respect.
May be it is time FlightGear should have its own file format? Ampere _______________________________________________ Flightgear-devel mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://mail.flightgear.org/mailman/listinfo/flightgear-devel 2f585eeea02e2c79d7b1d8c4963bae2d