Port 30003 Bug

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edgy
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Port 30003 Bug

Post by edgy » Mon Nov 05, 2018 9:44 pm

LINE 1 - MSG,3,0,0,AC6F44,0,2018/11/05,15:32:11.568,2018/11/05,15:32:11.568,,16200,,,35.043274,-97.337074,,,0,,0,
LINE 2 - MSG,3,0,0,A6014E,0,2018/11/05,15:32:11.568,2018/11/05,15:32:11.568,,3725,,,35.029954,-97.472134,,,0,,0,0
LINE 3 - MSG,3,0,0,A728E2,0,2018/11/05,15:32:11.619,2018/11/05,15:32:11.619,,41000,,,35.737427,-96.240635,,,0,,0,0
Notice on LINE 1 that the ONGROUND boolean is missing. This is a mandatory boolean on MSG 3.
It's not a maybe sometimes thing :-)

Thanks,
Edgy

agw
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Re: Port 30003 Bug

Post by agw » Mon Nov 05, 2018 10:02 pm

I just recorded the port 30003 output from BaseStation 1.2.4.184 for a couple of seconds and then searched for lines starting with MSG,3. Here's the 13th line of output:

MSG,3,0,0,4CA13D,0,2018/11/05,21:55:48.829,2018/11/05,21:55:48.829,,33975,,,51.408055,-0.432739,,,0,,0,

Bools in port 30003 messages have three states - 0 is false, -1 is true, empty is null / unknown.

agw
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Re: Port 30003 Bug

Post by agw » Mon Nov 05, 2018 10:08 pm

I take it back, I was looking at my rebroadcast server :) You're right when I look at the ACTUAL BaseStation I can't see any that have a null on ground. Not yet anyway.

I'll fix it for the next preview.

edgy
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Re: Port 30003 Bug

Post by edgy » Mon Nov 05, 2018 10:23 pm

Well, I was worried I was making noise for nothing. The reason I found it was because my port listener was acting goofy. I can program around it, but a boolean value rather than a null would be easier.

Thanks!

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