On 22.04.2013 18:12, Füley István wrote:
On 2013.04.21. 15:54, Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
(...)
The question I have now is: will it be enough to have *one* single
positioner
in any given setup, or are there actually users who have more than one
positioner?
(...)


Klaus


Currently I have 4 tuners, each of them is connected to several satellite 
positions via Diseqc 10/1 switches (i have quad LNBs and one LNB on a motorized 
dish). The configuration is defined in diseqc.conf, and believe me, it wasn't 
easy to set it up :)
Will the rotor implementation change the syntax of diseqc.conf and if yes, will 
the new syntax be backward compatible with the current one?

The syntax of the diseqc.conf will of course remain compatible, so that
existing setups will work unchanged.

There will just be one additional control character (presumably 'P' for
"Position"). If it is followed by a number, as in

S19.2E  11700 V  9750  t V W15 [E0 10 38 F0] W15 P1
S19.2E  99999 V 10600  t V W15 [E0 10 38 F1] W15 P1
S19.2E  11700 H  9750  t V W15 [E0 10 38 F2] W15 P1
S19.2E  99999 H 10600  t V W15 [E0 10 38 F3] W15 P1

then GotoPosition() will be called with that number. If there is no number,
GotoAngle() will be called with the satellite's longitude.

I'm also thinking of allowing something in the form of

*  11700 V  9750  t V W15 [E0 10 38 F0] W15 P
*  99999 V 10600  t V W15 [E0 10 38 F1] W15 P
*  11700 H  9750  t V W15 [E0 10 38 F2] W15 P
*  99999 H 10600  t V W15 [E0 10 38 F3] W15 P

(note the '*' instead of, e.g., 'S19.2E'), which could be a shortcut
for a (USALS) positioner that could receive any satellite (as long as it's
above the horizon).

Klaus

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