[linux-dvb] extra switch for tzap

P. van Gaans w3ird_n3rd at gmx.net
Thu Jul 19 02:29:34 CEST 2007


Uwe Bugla wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, 18. Juli 2007 06:03:41 schrieb P. van Gaans:
>> I don't call myself a programmer (I've never seen any C guide), but
>> somehow I figured out how to add an extra switch to tzap to make it
>> print the status in (human-readable) decimal instead of hex. It is
>> attached. It would be really nice if this would make it into the
>> dvb-apps on linuxtv..
>>
>> Talking about that, could anybody tell me the minimal and maximal and/or
>> possible values for status, signal, snr, ber and uncorrected? If I would
>> know them I could try to make the numbers more human-readable (eg signal
>> ranging from 0 to 99 or so).
> 
> Could you please redo that:
> - in patch format (=only the additions)
> - equally for tzap, czap, szap and femon?
> 
> Thus everybody could take advantage from that idea.
> Would be a pleasure for us all if you did!
> 
> My idea for further enlargement (a quite old idea of mine):
> route the human readable numbers into a speech recognition engine (festival) 
> to make them auditable and thus real usable for DVB-S dish tuning f. ex.
> 
> Note: If the DVB-S dish is far away from the machine (card), auditable signals 
> are necessary.
> 
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In patch format.. Oh please.. I have no idea how to produce that! I 
installed xxdiff, it perfectly shows what I've changed but I don't see 
an option to save it to a patch file!

You're lucky I've got a satellite dish so I should also be able to patch 
szap and femon. I'll also produce a patched version of czap but my cable 
card is not installed ATM and I don't feel like doing so (cable provider 
is crap) but I'll probably get someone else on this list to test it.

Please do not try to add the switch yourself without asking me if I'm 
still working on it. Nobody needs double work.

If somebody can tell me how to produce the so much wanted .diff files 
I'll start working on it.



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