Re: [Flightgear-devel] 2.12 is branched

2013-08-15 Thread James Turner

On 14 Aug 2013, at 21:57, Curtis Olson curtol...@flightgear.org wrote:

 I think the main initial hurdle here is to get the Mac  Windows releases 
 sorted out on Jenkins (if they aren't already).  We've done the code freeze 
 and branch on schedule so we are mostly down to the mechanics and time of 
 actually building and pushing the release out the door.

The lovely folks at Virgin Media have my broadband up and running now, I 
plugged in the Mac slave and it's happy, and indeed a Mac release build has 
rolled off the production line smoothly. Now to see if it actually works - 
testing appreciated.

Regards,
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Re: [Flightgear-devel] Updated 707

2013-08-15 Thread James Turner

On 14 Aug 2013, at 21:23, Stuart Buchanan stuar...@gmail.com wrote:

 Marc Kraus (CC'd as he's not on the -devel list) has produced a (very)
 significant update to the 707, a model that Innis Cunningham developed
 a number of years back.
 
 It's available from http://gitorious.org/boeing/707 and is well worth
 a look, particularly for the fine cockpit and engineer station with
 extensive start-up tutorial.
 
 Marc has asked if it would be OK to replace the existing 707 with this new 
 one.
 
 Innis (if you're around) - are you OK with this?  If Innis is not
 around, does anyone have any problems with adding this?
 
 If replying - please Reply-All to include Marc in this discussion,

This is a lovely piece of work - the panel modelling and texturing is superb!

Hopefully Innis will respond and we can get these improvements into the main 
repo.

Regards,
James

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Re: [Flightgear-devel] New release date for 2.12

2013-08-15 Thread Torsten Dreyer

Good news, indeed and kudos to Virgin Media!

Curt and James, what would you think about publishing the release during 
the weekend

Sept. 14./15.? Or would you prefer to stick to the 17th (a Tuesday)?

Torsten
Am 15.08.2013 09:21, schrieb James Turner:


On 14 Aug 2013, at 21:57, Curtis Olson curtol...@flightgear.org 
mailto:curtol...@flightgear.org wrote:


I think the main initial hurdle here is to get the Mac  Windows 
releases sorted out on Jenkins (if they aren't already).  We've done 
the code freeze and branch on schedule so we are mostly down to the 
mechanics and time of actually building and pushing the release out 
the door.


The lovely folks at Virgin Media have my broadband up and running now, 
I plugged in the Mac slave and it's happy, and indeed a Mac release 
build has rolled off the production line smoothly. Now to see if it 
actually works - testing appreciated.


Regards,
James



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Re: [Flightgear-devel] New release date for 2.12

2013-08-15 Thread James Turner

On 15 Aug 2013, at 09:46, Torsten Dreyer tors...@t3r.de wrote:

 Curt and James, what would you think about publishing the release during the 
 weekend 
 Sept. 14./15.? Or would you prefer to stick to the 17th (a Tuesday)?

I'm actually returning from a weeks holiday that weekend, so the Tuesday is 
better.

James

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Re: [Flightgear-devel] 2.12 is branched

2013-08-15 Thread Gijs de Rooy
Hi James,

 James wrote:
 the biggest obstacle to an RC is getting the Windows build slaves to behave;
 if anyone on Windows could look at the Jenkins logs and shed any light, it 
 would help.

Is http://flightgear.simpits.org:8080/job/Windows-release/ the build that we
should look at?

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Re: [Flightgear-devel] 2.12 is branched

2013-08-15 Thread James Turner

On 15 Aug 2013, at 10:50, Gijs de Rooy gijsr...@hotmail.com wrote:

 Is http://flightgear.simpits.org:8080/job/Windows-release/ the build that we
 should look at?

Correct.

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Re: [Flightgear-devel] 2.12 is branched

2013-08-15 Thread Gijs de Rooy
It seems to fail on building FGRun.exe:
SimGearCore.lib(timestamp.obj) : error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol 
__imp__timeGetTime@0 referenced in function public: void __thiscall 
SGTimeStamp::stamp(void) (?stamp@SGTimeStamp@@QAEXXZ)
FGRun-Win64-Cmake also fails (unrelated to this release issue I think), but 
that one has an issue with Boost. It fails to find a file that's there in 
Boost-Win64, so it's probably linking to some odd path?

Don't have much time today for further troubleshooting unfortunately; should 
have some after my last exam tomorrow ;-)

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Re: [Flightgear-devel] 2.12 is branched

2013-08-15 Thread Geoff McLane
Hi Gijs,

That can be fixed by adding Winmm.lib to the link...

Like in the fgrun CMakeLists.txt file add -
target_link_libraries( fgrun Winmm )

Regards,
Geoff.

On Thu, 2013-08-15 at 12:54 +0200, Gijs de Rooy wrote:
 It seems to fail on building FGRun.exe:
 SimGearCore.lib(timestamp.obj) : error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol 
 __imp__timeGetTime@0 referenced in function public: void __thiscall 
 SGTimeStamp::stamp(void) (?stamp@SGTimeStamp@@QAEXXZ)
 FGRun-Win64-Cmake also fails (unrelated to this release issue I
 think), but that one has an issue with Boost. It fails to find a file
 that's there in Boost-Win64, so it's probably linking to some odd
 path?
 
 Don't have much time today for further troubleshooting unfortunately;
 should have some after my last exam tomorrow ;-)
 
 Cheers,
 Gijs




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Re: [Flightgear-devel] 2.12 is branched

2013-08-15 Thread Gijs de Rooy
Hi Geoff,

 That can be fixed by adding Winmm.lib to the link...

Fred already did that some time ago, right?

https://www.gitorious.org/fg/fgrun/commit/d25fad49b73f51459ef2bdaa7e040da8259a02a0

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Re: [Flightgear-devel] 2.12 is branched

2013-08-15 Thread Geoff McLane
Hi Gijs,

Yes, it certainly 'looks' that way ;=()

I just did a git pull, and I can only produce that 
SAME link error in my Windows 7 build if I comment 
out the line -
  list(APPEND PLATFORM_LIBS winmm.lib)

Then I get what you showed -
SimGearCored.lib(timestamp.obj) : error LNK2019: unresolved 
external symbol __imp__timeGetTime@0 referenced in function 
public: void __thiscall
SGTimeStamp::stamp(void) (?stamp@SGTimeStamp@@QAEXXZ)
C:\FG\18\build-fgrun\src\Debug\fgrund.exe : fatal error 
LNK1120: 1 unresolved externals

Can only suggest in src\CMakeLists.txt you add a message like -

message(STATUS *** target_link_libraries(fgrun ui=${ui_libs_1_3} \
ws=${WINSOCK_LIBRARY} sg=${simgear_libs} \
osg=${OPENSCENEGRAPH_LIBRARIES} \
fltk=${FLTK_LIBRARIES} z=${ZLIB_LIBRARIES} intl=${INTL_LIBRARY} \
opty=${OPENPTY_LIBRARY} pf=${PLATFORM_LIBS}))

Just to make sure PLATFORM_LIBS is not getting clobbered somehow. 
Of course this should show ... pf=winmm.lib)

I note PLATFORM_LIBS is only set in a cmake if (MSVC). It is 
being compiled using the MSVC compiler/linker right?

Maybe that should be if (MSVC OR WIN32) or just if (WIN32) since 
winmm.lib would ALWAYS be required in Windows for timeGetTime()...

HTH.

Regards,
Geoff.

On Thu, 2013-08-15 at 15:32 +0200, Gijs de Rooy wrote:
 Hi Geoff,
 
  That can be fixed by adding Winmm.lib to the link...
 
 Fred already did that some time ago, right?
 
 https://www.gitorious.org/fg/fgrun/commit/d25fad49b73f51459ef2bdaa7e040da8259a02a0
 
 Cheers,
 Gijs
 



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Re: [Flightgear-devel] FlightGear voice communication

2013-08-15 Thread Clement de l'Hamaide
Hi Dirk,

Thanks you for your feedback ! I will try to bring you some answer.

- bandwith:
Indeed IAXClient has a function called void iaxc_set_silence_threshold(float 
thr); unfortunately, looking at source code this function does exactly the same 
as we are doing in FGCom source code : set input_volume to 0. So silent still 
sent over network.

- share bandwith with other servers:
Your solution seems to be not the better choice, what happens if someone fly 
during a long distance which require to disconnect from the current server then 
reconnect to the new one ?
I think a better solution would be to investigate into IAX trunk, but it looks 
like we need to replace meet_me by confbridge... It require some skills that I 
haven't for now, if you want to investigate into this you are welcome ;)

- Dialbook get number:
This is already done in the new integrated FGCom

- As main problem I see in the ranges of frequencies:
In the new integrated FGCom ranges is dynamically calculated depending of the 
altitude of the pilot/ATC in accordance to this formula : 
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiocommunication_a%C3%A9ronautique#Port.C3.A9e_et_propagation
 (sorry only french page has the formula)


Today I asked James to merge my clone into next branch, so this feature will be 
soon available.


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