Thanks, I just grabbed a copy, and start hacking... btw, this have one other 
feature..... I'm using Win32 as server ;-))

Best
Steen

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Martin Geisler" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Monday, July 16, 2001 11:12 PM
Subject: Re: phpweather an nice graphics


> "Steen Rabol" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> 
> > I'll give it a try, i'm a programmer not graphics artist, but maybe
> > I can find some nice pictures on the net, the hard thing would be
> > how to figure out when to display what, but I'll try.
> 
> Yes, I agree - we should concentrate on the code first, and then
> draw/find some images later.
> 
> If you're using the code from CVS (which can be found here:
> <URL:http://phpweather.sourceforge.net/downloads/phpweather-latest.tar.gz>),
> then this code should help you find understand how the information is
> stored when the METAR is decoded:
> 
> <?php
> include('phpweather.php');
> 
> $obj = new phpweather(array());
> 
> $obj->set_icao('EKYT');
> $obj->decode_metar();
> 
> print_r($obj->decoded_metar);
> ?>
>  
> It should give you something like this:
> 
> 
> Array
> (
>     [remarks] => 
>     [clouds] => Array
>         (
>             [0] => Array
>                 (
>                     [condition] => FEW
>                     [ft] => 3500
>                     [meter] => 1067
>                 )
> 
>             [1] => Array
>                 (
>                     [condition] => SCT
>                     [ft] => 12000
>                     [meter] => 3658
>                 )
> 
>         )
> 
>     [metar] => EKYT 162050Z 28005KT 9999 FEW035 SCT120 11/10 Q1014
>     [location] => Aalborg, Denmark
>     [station] => EKYT
>     [time] => 995316600
>     [wind] => Array
>         (
>             [deg] => 280
>             [knots] => 5
>             [meters_per_second] => 2.6
>             [miles_per_hour] => 5.8
>         )
> 
>     [visibility] => Array
>         (
>             [0] => Array
>                 (
>                     [prefix] => 1
>                     [meter] => 10000
>                     [km] => 10
>                     [ft] => 32800
>                     [miles] => 6.2
>                 )
> 
>         )
> 
>     [temperature] => Array
>         (
>             [temp_c] => 11
>             [temp_f] => 52
>             [dew_c] => 10
>             [dew_f] => 50
>         )
> 
>     [altimeter] => Array
>         (
>             [hpa] => 1014
>             [mmhg] => 760.6
>             [inhg] => 29.94
>             [atm] => 1.001
>         )
> 
>     [rel_humidity] => 93.5
> )
> 
> 
> It is this array the functions in locale_common.php works on.
> 
> > Best
> > 
> > Steen
> 
> -- 
> Best regards,
> Martin Geisler
> 
> Checkout http://www.gimpster.com for:
> PHP Weather => Shows the current weather on your webpages.
> PHP Shell   => A telnet-connection (almost :-) in a PHP page.
> 

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