"Curtis L. Olson" said:

> Jon Berndt wrote:
> 
> >>In addition to the <status> tag, I also support a <author> and <version>
> >>tags.  It would be great if people could go through and fill in these
> >>fields as they can.
> >>    
> >>
> >
> >Is that for the FDM? JSBSim v2 config files will feature this header
(partially in working
> >with the DAVE-ML spec):
> >
> ><fileheader>
> >  <author>Tony Peden</author>
> >  <filecreationdate>1999</filecreationdate>
> >  <description>Models a 1997 Cessna 172R.</description>
> >  <version>$Id: c172x.xml,v 1.25.2.16 2005/01/13 13:52:39 jberndt$</version>
> >  <reference refID="None" author="n/a" title="n/a" date="n/a" />
> ></fileheader>
> >  
> >
> 
> Actually, for building the web page, the script is looking in the 
> aircraft-set.xml file(s).
> 

I'm done doing thumbs for now.  Feel free to replace the ones I've posted with
improved versions, especially authors may want to.

Related(?) question: Would it be possible to combine all the c172 stuff under
one directory (or maybe two, since the c172p model is a complete package)? 
Otherwise we probably should  tell people they've got to download the
c172_*.tar.gz file as a pre-requisite in order for the c172le, c172r, c172x,
etc. to work.

Best,

Jim


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