Re: [Tlf-devel] TLF

2005-10-23 Thread Nate Bargmann
* Henri Honda [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2005 Oct 23 06:18 -0500]: Hi Rein: I installed Ubuntu Hoary OS and when I did that, I lost everything on my computer! I want to download your TLF and do not have the web site. (I lost that, too!) ( I only have backups of Windows.) Would appreciate if

[Tlf-devel] TLF trainer idea

2006-06-29 Thread Nate Bargmann
I had an idea strike me today about some sort of trainer for TLF and Morse Code using cwdaemon. First, some background. I have an AEA Morse Machine (sadly no longer made) that has a neat DX contest function. Some years ago I rigged up my computer with CT and, if I recall, rigged it to send to

Re: [Tlf-devel] TLF trainer idea

2006-06-30 Thread Nate Bargmann
* Rein Couperus PA0R [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006 Jun 30 02:53 -0500]: Nate, do you mean something like the TLF simulator mode with some additions like text output? The TLF simulator takes its calls from the callmaster file and simulates the cqww-cw, (single calls only, as it uses cwdaemon for

Re: [Tlf-devel] TLF trainer idea

2006-06-30 Thread Nate Bargmann
* Rein Couperus PA0R [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006 Jun 30 02:53 -0500]: One program I use for this purpose is 'Morse runner'. I use it under ubuntu/vmwareplayer/XP. It would be a LOT of work to port it into Xtlf, and I cannot do it myself as I am no soundcard programmer. Thanks for turning me onto

Re: [Tlf-devel] Hamlib slows XTLF Wayyyyyy Doooowwwwwwnnnnnnn

2006-07-08 Thread Nate Bargmann
* Rein Couperus PA0R [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006 Jul 08 03:26 -0500]: I can't imagine ;) I will look into that. It should not have that effect, it just runs rigctl every 10 seconds or so. Problably something else hogging the CPU. I noticed through the ps ax command that rigctl and a shell script

Re: [Tlf-devel] Hamlib slows XTLF Wayyyyyy Doooowwwwwwnnnnnnn

2006-07-08 Thread Nate Bargmann
Since I am listed as one of the Hamlib developers, I will get that to you. As I recall, you'll need get/set frequency, rig select, and port select. I played with a Perl script some time back and yes, even for me (not the world's greatest developer, mind you ;-) ), it is a bit arcane. I agree,

Re: [Tlf-devel] Xtlf 1.0.3 Beta IARU hf !!

2006-07-09 Thread Nate Bargmann
* stephane [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006 Jul 09 09:56 -0500]: I have resolved the 'adjust point It's a bad manipulation from me, but anyone can confirm than the iaru.pm rules is ok for this week end contest because I am not sure for the point/multi after reading the information on a french web

[Tlf-devel] Example Perl files

2006-07-11 Thread Nate Bargmann
Hi Rein. Here are a couple of files that I hope will help illustrate how Hamlib may be used from its Perl interface. The file listmodels.pl shows how to extract the model strings from the Hamlib namespace. Meanwhile, I modified perltest.pl somewhat and transformed it into testrig.pl which uses

Re: [Tlf-devel] Hamlib + tlf + FreeBSD

2006-11-16 Thread Nate Bargmann
* Jim [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006 Nov 16 06:28 -0600]: From looking at the script, I think that configure uses the variable $LIB to do its processing, but uses that variable for each library it needs to process. IOW, $LIB gets assigned different values during the configure. I can't figure out

[Tlf-devel] XTLF Field Day rules?

2007-06-21 Thread Nate Bargmann
Yeah, I know this is getting toward the last minute... Has anyone written rules modules for ARRL Field Day for XTLF? If not, then I have some studying to do. Has the ability to accept log input from FLDigi or gMFSK been implemented? Is XTLF 1.0.0beta3 still the latest release? So many

Re: [Tlf-devel] TLD and ARRL Field Day

2007-07-01 Thread Nate Bargmann
* [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2007 Jul 01 11:28 -0500]: As it turned out, the logs still got slightly out of sync on the primitive CT network and some work was involved afterward merging them. Ug, CT is NOT a good logging program, as it was designed by a committee of 1000 monkeys

[Tlf-devel] XTLF message queuing

2007-07-08 Thread Nate Bargmann
Nice to hear from you, Rein, on the FLDigi list. I was afraid that development on XTLF had stopped as it hadn't seen any updates for about a year. I've been learning what I can of using it and I think I finally have a handle on it, so long as my brain doesn't revert to CT! One bug I encountered

Re: [Tlf-devel] fldigi tlf

2007-11-20 Thread Nate Bargmann
* Ed [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2007 Nov 20 11:09 -0600]: I have been trying to get the 2 of these to work as gmfsk tlf did. But I am not having much luck. I created the .log and auto_file , did the echo pskmailserver, but nothing gets sent to fldigi. Am I to assume that with all the changes to

Re: [Tlf-devel] fldigi tlf

2007-11-29 Thread Nate Bargmann
* Rein Couperus [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2007 Nov 29 09:37 -0600]: Now that pskmail is in a useable state I want to pick up tlf again. One of the projects should be to add an interface to Fldigi, another to build a simple GUI-driven contest configurator. Curses TLF, XTLF or both? :-) Stephane

Re: [Tlf-devel] GRig, rigctl, FT-1000 SuSE 10.3

2008-01-27 Thread Nate Bargmann
* William Liporace [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008 Jan 26 16:03 -0600]: I have tried to get hamlib to work on my SuSE 10.3 box with my FT-1000. I have tried things as a root or the user. I do not get any difference. I am using a FTDI Chip USB to TTL cable. The cable and radio work fine with the

[Tlf-devel] Source files license boilerplate discrepancy

2013-07-05 Thread Nate Bargmann
I've been poking at the various source files for a while and have found a discrepancy in the license boilerplate (this is from changepars.c, others are quite similar): /* * Tlf - contest logging program for amateur radio operators * Copyright (C) 2001-2002-2003 Rein Couperus pa0...@amsat.org *

Re: [Tlf-devel] Tlf scoring for Stew Perry?

2013-12-09 Thread Nate Bargmann
I use 'git grep' a lot as it limits the search to the code Git knows about in a given repository. I use grep for built files in the build directory. A lot of options to be sure. I have yet to spend time with ctags or cscope, I'm sure they're fine tools. I know a quick example would help me

Re: [Tlf-devel] Tlf scoring for Stew Perry?

2013-12-13 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2013 13 Dec 11:58 -0600, Mike Waters wrote: ==%== #include stdio.h #include hamlib/rotator.h int main(int argc, char ** argv) { double s1long, s1lat, s2long, s2lat; char s1qra[] = EM37cg; char s2qra[] = jn97om; double dist = 1000, az = 90;

Re: [Tlf-devel] Tlf scoring for Stew Perry?

2013-12-13 Thread Nate Bargmann
Hi Mike, et. al. Hamlib can be used from a Python, Perl, or TCL script and call the functions used for calculating azimuth and distance using several different location formats. Ervin mentioned below about some changes he submitted to the non-C language bindings. Those changes are only

Re: [Tlf-devel] Tlf scoring for Stew Perry?

2013-12-13 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2013 13 Dec 15:44 -0600, Mike Waters wrote: That was it! Thanks, Nate! :-) I should have caught that from the error, but I was fixated on another part of the compiler message. I understand completely. I have found that when solving compiler errors, fix the first thing and sometimes all

Re: [Tlf-devel] Few modifications in Tlf core

2013-12-31 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2013 31 Dec 06:07 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: The single rig backends are normally implemented by different OMs. So we have a situation where different rigs show different behaviour quite often. One of the things I would like to see addressed in Hamlib is this difference between

Re: [Tlf-devel] Few modifications in Tlf core

2014-01-02 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2014 02 Jan 12:34 -0600, Hegedüs Ervin wrote: If that function got 0 as 'width', then that set the filter the lower value... :( That mean the using of RIG_PASSBAND_NORMAL is not that what the author wanted. I don't know, what should be the solution. At first glance, I will say the

Re: [Tlf-devel] Fw: WARC bands

2014-01-23 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2014 22 Jan 23:56 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: The whole initialization code is very complex and not easily to change. It is on my todo list already but changign needs a lot of care. Maybe we should write it completely from scratch. Here is a hare-brained idea from the peanut gallery.

Re: [Tlf-devel] Fw: WARC bands

2014-01-24 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2014 24 Jan 15:16 -0600, Ervin Hegedüs - HA2OS wrote: I didn't hear about Xdx before - could you make some comparison of the configuration method with Tlf and Xdx? Hi Ervin. This is off-topic, but I hope Tom will be understanding. :-) Xdx is a GUI DX Cluster client originally written by

Re: [Tlf-devel] Wiki

2015-01-05 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2015 05 Jan 08:33 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: The wiki seems to be a different problem. Github wiki requires a github account and seems to be not so flexible. Other choices may be sourceforge or the fedora one Ed mentioned. I would not bother with SourceForge as they provide a MarkDown

Re: [Tlf-devel] Where to get newest callmaster data file?

2015-10-17 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2015 17 Oct 17:42 -0500, Mike Waters wrote: > Thanks, but I already have the latest cty.dat file. The "callmaster" file > contains only callsigns, one per line. And I didn't see anything like that > there. Did I miss something? It's likely based on the Super Check Partial database:

[Tlf-devel] Setting up ARRL 160m rules file

2015-11-29 Thread Nate Bargmann
It's probably my unfamiliarity with Tlf. I am setting up a rules file for the upcoming ARRL 160m contest as a USA entrant. For stations in W/VE (any ARRL/RAC section) the scoring is two points for working stations in another ARRL/RAC section (including 'DX' such as KH6, KL7, KP4, KV4, etc.) and

Re: [Tlf-devel] Cw keyer via hamlib

2015-12-02 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2015 02 Dec 15:38 -0600, Tomasz Pabich wrote: > Hello. > > Arevthey possibility to addnthis functionality ?? > Hamlib do this quite well, only what isnneeded is sending hamlib command > insted cqwdaemon or winkeyer. As far as I know there is some provision for telling the radio to send

Re: [Tlf-devel] Tlf with ARRL 160m, some thoughts

2015-12-06 Thread Nate Bargmann
ion later, no additional mult was counted. I need to go through the logic on that one. > Am Sat, 5 Dec 2015 08:31:39 -0600 > schrieb Nate Bargmann <n...@n0nb.us>: > > Sort out the cases where some cty.dat entities are ARRL sections or > > entities. For the most part this would affec

Re: [Tlf-devel] Problem to compile TLF.

2015-12-06 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2015 06 Dec 11:07 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Hi David and Nate, > > I just checked in a OpenSUSE vm. There is no /usr/include/panel.h just > a /usr/include/ncurses/panel.h in OpenSUSE. As an additionla problem > there is also no *.pc file which you could consult. > > So you need to

Re: [Tlf-devel] Problem to compile TLF.

2015-12-06 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2015 06 Dec 10:05 -0600, David Quental wrote: > Hi Thomas, > > tks for your email. > > I removed the tlf directory, then installed it again. > > In fact the 2 lines are here when I type './configure'. However, it does not > compile yet: > > keyer.c:31:19: fatal error: panel.h: No such

Re: [Tlf-devel] Problem to compile TLF.

2015-12-06 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2015 06 Dec 14:06 -0600, David Quental wrote: > Hi Nate, > > tks for your email and patch. > > Well, it did not work out: > > keyer.c:31:19: fatal error: panel.h: No such file or directory > #include >^ > compilation terminated. > Makefile:547: recipe for target

Re: [Tlf-devel] Problem to compile TLF.

2015-12-06 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2015 06 Dec 18:38 -0600, David Quental wrote: > Well, I did not do command git checkout search-for-panel. Instead I did a > mkdir N0NB command, then I did git clone https://github.com/N0NB/tlf.git > inside of the new directory. > > Where do I perform command git checkout search-for-panel ?

Re: [Tlf-devel] Problem to compile TLF.

2015-12-06 Thread Nate Bargmann
David, I have committed a patch to the build system that uses two GNU macros to find the needed files. If you can clone my repository: https://github.com/N0NB/tlf.git and switch to the search-for-panel branch and test the build on your system with the symlink you created for panel.h removed

Re: [Tlf-devel] Problem to compile TLF.

2015-12-17 Thread Nate Bargmann
This has been resolved by a patch set just applied by Tom and previously tested by David. The build system should detect when the ncurses header files are installed in /usr/include or /usr/include/ncurses or in a location passed by use of the CPPFLAGS variable when running the configure script.

[Tlf-devel] Improved keyboard handling

2016-01-03 Thread Nate Bargmann
After much study and searching and playing around, writing and testing code, and learning just how much difference there is between terminal emulators (and I've hardly scratched the surface), I am attaching two files for your testing pleasure. ;-) The idea is to enable Ncurses keypad mode and

Re: [Tlf-devel] Improved keyboard handling

2016-01-04 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2016 04 Jan 10:40 -0600, Ervin Hegedüs wrote: > Hi Nate, Happy New Year, Ervin. :-) > thanks for your test :), You're quite welcome! > just a short remark: I can compile it with this command: > > gcc -L/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu -o new-onechar new-onechar.c -lncurses > > so, the

Re: [Tlf-devel] Improved keyboard handling

2016-01-04 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2016 04 Jan 12:58 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Hi Nate, hi Ervin, Happy New Year, Tom! > having some common key handling is a great goal - but not so even to > reach. I'd be thrilled will 95% coverage of Tlf's keys across most all terminals. I understand this is likely an effort that

Re: [Tlf-devel] Improved keyboard handling

2016-01-04 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2016 04 Jan 15:19 -0600, David Quental wrote: > Hi Nate and all from the list, > > to all a nice HNY 2016. > > Just to tell that I can not compile the new-onechar.c file: > > gcc -o new-onechar -lncurses new-onechar.c >

Re: [Tlf-devel] Improved keyboard handling

2016-01-04 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2016 04 Jan 15:19 -0600, David Quental wrote: > Hi Nate and all from the list, > > to all a nice HNY 2016. > > Just to tell that I can not compile the new-onechar.c file: > > gcc -o new-onechar -lncurses new-onechar.c >

Re: [Tlf-devel] Improved keyboard handling

2016-01-04 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2016 04 Jan 15:14 -0600, Ervin Hegedüs wrote: > > In that terminal what is $TERM set to ($ echo $TERM)? > > Gnome-term/MATE terminal: xterm > rxvt-unicode: rxvt-unicode Everything here except the Linux console reports 'xterm' and still there are differences. :-/ I guess the next question

Re: [Tlf-devel] Improved keyboard handling

2016-01-05 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2016 05 Jan 10:39 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Here just a test with your program for the PgUp and PgDn on three > terminals: > > > xfce terminal xterm rxvt > Ctrl-PgUp -- 550 kPRV5 530 kPRV5 > Ctrl-PgDn -- 545 kNXT5 528 kNXT5 >

Re: [Tlf-devel] Improved keyboard handling

2016-01-05 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2016 05 Jan 08:57 -0600, Nate Bargmann wrote: > As I recall the keys with the suffix of '3' are Ctl-key > combinations and the ones with the suffix of '5' are Alt-key > combinations. It's exactly the reverse (I should test rather than rely on memory), corrected version follo

Re: [Tlf-devel] Improved keyboard handling

2016-01-05 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2016 04 Jan 12:58 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > If I remember correctly by doing so I was able to map nearly all used > key combinations in tlf to the new ncurses keys. The only ones which > did not work where the Ctrl-PgUp and Ctrl-PgDn keys which are not > handled by ncurses for the

Re: [Tlf-devel] RAC contests: Scoring for special calls

2015-12-18 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2015 18 Dec 17:13 -0600, Ervin Hegedüs wrote: > I hope we can solve these special rules in next year, and Tlf > will be the best logger on the world :). I know I'll be digging through the code and offering suggestions. :-) The Kansas QSO Party features a bonus station, although in six

[Tlf-devel] Test branch use_keypad pushed to my GitHub

2016-01-12 Thread Nate Bargmann
Here is my first crack at Tlf with the keypad() function. So far it 'Works For Me' (TM) in Gnome Terminal (the one X11 terminal that seems to honor the most keystrokes). So far, so good. :-D I have it at: https://github.com/N0NB/tlf/tree/use_keypad Beat on it. If it's reasonably acceptable,

Re: [Tlf-devel] TLF-1.2.3 maintenance and bug-fix release

2016-01-16 Thread Nate Bargmann
Good to see, Tom. Thanks! 73, Nate -- "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true." Ham radio, Linux, bikes, and more: http://www.n0nb.us ___ Tlf-devel mailing list

Re: [Tlf-devel] Test branch use_keypad pushed to my GitHub

2016-01-14 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2016 14 Jan 11:07 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Hi Nate, > > just a quick feedback. > > I can do a serious check from my side not before the weekend. > Besides this I will try to prepare a tlf-1.2.3 to get our work from > the last weeks packaged. > > The new key handling and Ervins

Re: [Tlf-devel] CQ 160m rules, anyone written one?

2016-01-28 Thread Nate Bargmann
It looks like this rules file will do the job for me in the upcoming CQ WW 160m CW 'test. Of course, bugs will show under contest conditions! 73, Nate -- "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true." Ham radio, Linux, bikes, and

Re: [Tlf-devel] CQ 160m rules, anyone written one?

2016-01-29 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2016 29 Jan 12:02 -0600, Mike Waters wrote: > Thanks, Nate! I have an older version of tlf (not sure how to determine the > version) perhaps 3 years old. Any chance this rules file won't work? Hi Mike. There is always a chance, of course. Admittedly, I don't know as it would depend on when

[Tlf-devel] Possible memory leak

2016-01-23 Thread Nate Bargmann
I may have found a memory leak in Tlf. I have noticed that since enabling the cluster for testing that if I left Tlf run overnight that by morning the Hamlib TRX line would be reporting 0.0 and there would be no more spots in the bandmap. I chose to run Tlf under valgrind last night and this is

[Tlf-devel] IARU HF Championship

2016-06-28 Thread Nate Bargmann
If anyone has a rules file for the upcoming IARU HF Championship, please share. Sure beats reinventing wheels! :-) 73, Nate -- "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true." Ham radio, Linux, bikes, and more: http://www.n0nb.us

Re: [Tlf-devel] IARU HF Championship

2016-06-29 Thread Nate Bargmann
I have a rudimentary rules file which beyond the edited parameters from the generic contest rules file I added: # # Scoring rules# # # ITUMULT MIXED RECALL_MULTS Perhaps I shouldn't really care about the scoring

Re: [Tlf-devel] short confirmation

2016-07-02 Thread Nate Bargmann
We conspired. Ha! I should have issued the PR long ago. One thing I am starting to tackle is using CAT PTT via Hamlib. I hope to get something working by this weekend's HF Championship to see how it works. I have modified the vk_play script locally to use aplay instead of play as I'm using

Re: [Tlf-devel] short confirmation

2016-07-04 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2016 04 Jul 00:19 -0500, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Am Sat, 2 Jul 2016 14:13:01 -0500 > schrieb Nate Bargmann <n...@n0nb.us>: > > > We conspired. Ha! > > I guessed so. Feel free to do again... Naw, it was just luck of the draw. Really! > > I seem to

Re: [Tlf-devel] TLF-1.3.0 major release

2017-03-30 Thread Nate Bargmann
Excellent news, Tom! 73, Nate -- "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true." Ham radio, Linux, bikes, and more: http://www.n0nb.us signature.asc Description: Digital signature ___

Re: [Tlf-devel] TLF-1.3.0 major release

2017-04-06 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2017 06 Apr 01:19 -0500, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Nate suggested to use it as a backup copy. That seems to be a good > idea. So we can keep the main development at github, but host the code > also on savannah. You're welcome, Tom. These days I'm wearing several hats from upstream

Re: [Tlf-devel] TLF-1.3.0 major release

2017-03-12 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2017 08 Feb 00:02 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > After a lot of work by all people contributing to TLF I would like to > announce the release of the new TLF-1.3.0 version. > > You can find it at > > http://www.hs-mittweida.de/tb/tlf-1.3.0.tar.gz Tom, is this a permanent location that

Re: [Tlf-devel] TLF-1.3.0 major release

2017-03-12 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2017 12 Mar 10:41 -0500, Ervin Hegedüs wrote: > if yes, probably it would be good to enable the directory > listing. I've made the Debian package, but I had to remove the > watch file (which helps to checks the version checker the new > release of an upstream source), because it needs to

Re: [Tlf-devel] TLF-1.3.0 major release

2017-04-05 Thread Nate Bargmann
Good work, Tom. As for Git, I would use both sites and keep them in sync by pushing commits to each. I've had times when SourceForge was unavailable and had to rely solely on GitHub. It's matter of adding a remote and the doing a push to origin and to the the additional remote. 73, Nate --

Re: [Tlf-devel] Handling multiplier aliases?

2018-06-06 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2018 05 Jun 22:21 -0500, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Hi Nate, > > ltns, hope you are well. Oh, I am doing fine. Been working on Hamlib documentation after getting 3.2 out into the wild, doing some FT-8 lately, fixing a noisy DG-5 for my TS-520SE, looking at a friend's FT-890 and hooking up

Re: [Tlf-devel] Handling multiplier aliases?

2018-06-11 Thread Nate Bargmann
One thought I had would be to create a parallel mults file definition using GKeyFile as the means for setting groups for mults, alias, and alias_mults. I am thinking along the lines of: [Mults] AL AK AZ . . . WV WY [Alias] KS [AliasMults] (County abbreviations) Then the code could look for

Re: [Tlf-devel] Handling multiplier aliases?

2018-06-11 Thread Nate Bargmann
Let me start over on this as I think there are a few misunderstandings. * On 2018 11 Jun 12:07 -0500, Ervin Hegedüs wrote: > Hi all, > > On Mon, Jun 11, 2018 at 08:18:11AM -0500, Nate Bargmann wrote: > > One thought I had would be to create a parallel mults file definition >

Re: [Tlf-devel] Handling multiplier aliases?

2018-06-12 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2018 12 Jun 00:29 -0500, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Hi Nate, hi Ervin, > > sorry to jump in late in the discussion. Our local field day kept me > busy the last days. Hope you had fun. > For me there are two distinct points in that discussion: > > a) How to present the multis and their

Re: [Tlf-devel] Handling multiplier aliases?

2018-06-12 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2018 12 Jun 12:08 -0500, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Hi Nate, > Yes, it was. Weather was a little bit tough (thunderstorm in the > evening) but all went well. A storm line formed overhead last night and there was hail reported about 20 miles east of here and in the next county east there were

Re: [Tlf-devel] Handling multiplier aliases?

2018-06-11 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2018 11 Jun 12:07 -0500, Ervin Hegedüs wrote: Hi Ervin! > and you should pass this file to Tlf through parse_logcfg.c? > > brrr > > :) It's been a while since I followed the logic. Maybe that's why I sent the email first. ;-) > I think the codebase of Tlf is already very complex.

[Tlf-devel] Handling multiplier aliases?

2018-06-02 Thread Nate Bargmann
One of the limitations I have had with Tlf in the past is aliasing a list of multiplier strings to a single multiplier. To wit, like many US QSO Parties, the Kansas QSO Party has a different set of multipliers for in-state and out of state stations. For out of state stations the situation is

[Tlf-devel] Cabrillo export truncating exchange (comment) after first space

2018-06-25 Thread Nate Bargmann
I am exporting the Field Day log to Cabrillo. I have log lines of the form: 40CW 23-Jun-18 18:08 0001 W5YA 3A NM 2 When I export to Cabrillo I am getting: QSO: 7000 CW 1808 W0GCJ 1A KS W5YA 3A As you can see, the NM section is being

Re: [Tlf-devel] code indenting?

2018-01-25 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2018 25 Jan 09:29 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Copy it to a file with name '.astylerc' and test with > > $ astyle --option=.astylerc < infile > outfile If the file is ~/.astylerc then '--option=' is not necessary. I actually have my own astylerc in my home directory and use '--option='

Re: [Tlf-devel] code indenting?

2018-01-25 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2018 24 Jan 23:34 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > > GNU indent is a powerful tool for C source formatting and present in > > any modern Linux distro. We could define a common style simply by > > setting up an .indent.pro file. > > see

[Tlf-devel] winkeydaemon updated to v1.0.5

2018-01-28 Thread Nate Bargmann
As an FYI, for those who may use it, winkeydaemon has been updated to version 1.0.5 thanks to patches from Wilbert, PE7T. Here is the commit message: This patch adds the '-e' and '-m' switches. Using '-e' turns on 'paddle echo' on the winkeyer3. Also, it makes the daemon retransmit the

[Tlf-devel] Recommended code formatting settings for Emacs?

2018-03-27 Thread Nate Bargmann
Well, it's been some time since I hacked on Tlf and I'm getting back to it. As I've converted to using Emacs over the past year, the Tlf source uses a mixture of four space indents and, presumably, eight space tabs to align certain blocks of the code. When I was using Geany, it was able to use

Re: [Tlf-devel] TLF-1.3.1 release

2018-10-15 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2018 15 Oct 18:13 -0500, SP3RXO wrote: > Hi Ervin, > Not sure why, but it looks that I got it solved by 'sudo autoreconf'. > I will check tomorrow if tlf compiled in this way is fully working. That looks like the correct fix for you as that macro name string should not be in the configure

Re: [Tlf-devel] TLF-1.3.1 release

2018-10-15 Thread Nate Bargmann
Congrats, Tom. Thanks to all for their continuing contributions. 73, Nate -- "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true." Web: http://www.n0nb.us GPG key: D55A8819 GitHub: N0NB signature.asc Description: PGP signature

Re: [Tlf-devel] TLF-1.3.1 release

2018-10-31 Thread Nate Bargmann
Hi Tom. One thing you might consider is adding an MD5SUM file and a SHA1SUM file with those respective signatures in each. Optionally, you can sign all the files with your GPG key as well. Doing so just provides a bit of extra assurance that you're indeed to the source of the files and that

[Tlf-devel] ARRL SS fixes

2018-11-03 Thread Nate Bargmann
I've pushed a couple of patches to my repository offering some fixes for ARRL Sweepstakes. One makes necessary corrections to the arrlss rules file and the other replaces the '---' strings in the log entry line with ' ' when NO_RST is used. My quick test showed this did not break Cabrillo

Re: [Tlf-devel] v1.4 topics

2018-11-04 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2018 04 Nov 05:56 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Hi Nate, > > sorry, answering mails while in reality doing other stuff is a proven > way to disaster... Or entertainment? ;-O > > I note that '-n' does: > > > >-n Start without packet/cluster. > > > > in the manual page.

Re: [Tlf-devel] v1.4 topics

2018-11-04 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2018 04 Nov 04:26 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Am Fri, 2 Nov 2018 23:21:57 -0500 > schrieb Nate Bargmann : > > > * On 2018 02 Nov 12:30 -0500, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > > > P.S.: The 'todo' list now: > > > > > > * allow vertical resiz

Re: [Tlf-devel] ARRL SS fixes

2018-11-04 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2018 04 Nov 07:12 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Looks good Nate. > Please issue the pull request. Done. You should have it now. 73, Nate -- "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true." Web: http://www.n0nb.us GPG key:

Re: [Tlf-devel] Quelling a warning from clang6

2018-11-08 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2018 08 Nov 00:56 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Hi Nate, > > thanks for checking with clang. It's just one of the janitorial things I do on occasion. ;-) > I fear just removing the abs would silence the compiler warning but > will violate the idea behind the expression. Frequencies are

[Tlf-devel] Quelling a warning from clang6

2018-11-06 Thread Nate Bargmann
I occasionally go through the projects and test with clang as it will often catch things GCC is silent on. I've been doing so with clang6 and Hamlib and did the same with Tlf. I can report that clang6 only generated warnings on one file (good job, all!) and that is bandmap.c. Actually it is the

Re: [Tlf-devel] first time user F1-F3 questions

2018-09-26 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2018 25 Sep 09:55 -0500, Eric Tamme wrote: > I just tested using Xterm, and the issue does not occur. I would like to be > able to use gnome-terminal if possible though. Have you got any suggestions > on > how I might go about getting that figured out? Hi Eric. I would recommend using

Re: [Tlf-devel] Cabrillo export truncating exchange (comment) after first space

2018-09-26 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2018 26 Sep 10:31 -0500, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Hi Nate, > > thanks for the files, they were helpful. > I found the problem for the wrong format, but do not understand where > the reason came from. > > It turns out that there is a problem in the parsing logic for the > log lines. It

Re: [Tlf-devel] debian test failure

2018-12-16 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2018 16 Dec 13:18 -0600, Pontus Falk wrote: > Hi, > > Is there a repository to add? Can't see it available in Ubuntu and > derivates yet. I just did an update in aptitude on Testing and Tlf is still at version 1.3.1. According to the debian-hams mailing list Tlf 1.3.2 was accepted into

Re: TLF-1.4.0 release

2019-11-17 Thread Nate Bargmann
Congratulations to Tom and everyone that has worked on this release. I've been quiet for the past year or so as I chose a different challenge about a year ago due, in part, to the lament of some friends. For the handful of events I operate these days I've chosen to use N1MM+ under Wine. It does

Re: TLF-1.4.0 release

2019-11-22 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2019 22 Nov 00:56 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: On a side note, something happened with your GPG signature as it appeared to be in "classic PGP" format to Mutt. I did the Esc-P to verify the signature and the message text disappears and all I see is the good signature. Scratches head...

Re: tlf and the nano editor

2019-11-22 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2019 22 Nov 08:07 -0600, Joop Stakenborg wrote: > I have gotten used to the GNU nano editor, but it does not seem to work with > tlf. When I type :edit in the callsign field, tlf exits and returns straight > away without opening nano. Both joe and vi work okay here. It is hard to > debug,

Re: tlf and the nano editor

2019-11-22 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2019 22 Nov 15:17 -0600, Thomas Beierlein wrote: > Hi Joop, > In the case that someone forgot to specify the EDITOR= command I will > fall back to the editor specified in the environment. Very sensible, Tom. It would be interesting if someone's favorite editor could not accept a filename

Re: tlf and the nano editor

2019-11-22 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2019 22 Nov 09:19 -0600, Joop Stakenborg wrote: > Forgot to edit tlf.1.in. Sorry! Just pass along your diff for it, Joop. 73, Nate -- "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds. The pessimist fears this is true." Web: https://www.n0nb.us Projects:

Re: Using hamlib for CW keying

2019-11-22 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2019 22 Nov 14:31 -0600, Csahok Zoltan wrote: > Hi Christian, > > Yes, keying does work with the script. But as far I can see > there are two issues with hamlib keying: > > - in-band speed changes are not supported. one can't send "+++TEST---" > > - sending a large message could block rig

Re: tlf and the nano editor

2019-11-22 Thread Nate Bargmann
My first test with EDITOR=gedit resulted in nothing happening. I ran gedit from another terminal and it opened fine. Then I tried emacs from the terminal and it opened fine in the GUI. I then tested both emacs and gedit as Tlf editors and they worked fine. I'm not sure what was going on so it

Re: tlf and the nano editor

2019-11-23 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2019 23 Nov 01:18 -0600, Csahok Zoltan wrote: > My 2c: try with "export EDITOR=..." Hi Zoli, This is the setting in log_cfg.dat that I am testing with Tom's new patch to allow specifying any editor, not a shell variable. 73, Nate -- "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of

Don't forget Winkeydaemon!

2019-11-21 Thread Nate Bargmann
Many years ago (late 2007) Rein, PA0R, wrote up a Perl script to work with the K1EL series of Winkeyers. I found that it worked with my HamGadgets MK-1 which has a K1EL compatible interface. Joop had done some development with it to include it in Debian, as near as I could tell, back in January

Re: TLF-1.4.0 release

2019-11-21 Thread Nate Bargmann
Some items to add to your list, Tom. - Send Morse via Hamlib for radios that support it. - Rework the voice keyer so that Esc could stop the voice keyer. This is another feature that I found in N1MM+ that is welcome. At the moment the voice file is passed to a script so once that

Re: Using hamlib for CW keying

2019-11-21 Thread Nate Bargmann
It should be possible. We've had a few threads on this topic: https://lists.nongnu.org/archive/html/tlf-devel/2015-08/msg0.html https://lists.nongnu.org/archive/html/tlf-devel/2015-12/msg1.html https://lists.nongnu.org/archive/html/tlf-devel/2018-11/msg00027.html I seem to recall trying

Re: Replacing keystroke magic numbers with symbolic names

2019-12-14 Thread Nate Bargmann
I've made a pull request that replaces the magic numbers of the Control key combinations I could find with symbolic names. The PR can be reviewed at: https://github.com/Tlf/tlf/pull/147 Next I will start working on the Alt key combinations. 73, Nate -- "The optimist proclaims that we live

Re: Using hamlib for CW keying

2019-12-05 Thread Nate Bargmann
I've just finished setting up for ARRL 160 and am using cwdaemon with the same port as Hamlib. In logcfg.dat I added the following line: RIGCONF=rts_state=OFF,dtr_state=OFF Then I set the K3's PTT-KEY menu to OFF-DTR and the keying was working fine with one port as I tested it. The proof will

Replacing keystroke magic numbers with symbolic names

2019-12-06 Thread Nate Bargmann
At the suggestion of Zoli in a since abandoned pull request, I started on an effort to replace as many "magic numbers" with symbolic names as I can find. Just for feedback I've posted four patches to: https://gist.github.com/N0NB/c22054a0160b19dae5c88efd71b3d37e At this point I will likely

Re: ARRL 160m

2019-12-08 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2019 08 Dec 10:07 -0600, Drew Arnett wrote: > I played for a couple of hours with the 160m contest as well from a > very noisy location, so not very many QSOs. Worked a big gun east of > the Mississippi, but no KG4 for me. :-) Didn't consult with Nate for > rules or config file. Just

Re: Using hamlib for CW keying

2019-11-25 Thread Nate Bargmann
* On 2019 21 Nov 05:32 -0600, Christian Treldal wrote: > All modern rigs have keying via hamlib. I would caution, that is possible with varying degrees of support and capability. On the N1MM+ mailing list there is this recent thread that asks about a warning when CAT keying is used:

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