Changeset 1507 in ntrip


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Timestamp:
Jan 19, 2009, 4:24:53 PM (14 years ago)
Author:
weber
Message:

* empty log message *

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trunk/BNC
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  • trunk/BNC/bnchelp.html

    r1473 r1507  
    7474</p>
    7575<p>
    76 All options for running BNC on Unix/Linux/Mac systems are saved in file ${HOME}/.config/BKG/BKG_NTRIP_Client.conf, see annexed 'Configuration File' example. On Windows systems options are saved in register BKG_NTRIP_Client. The self-explaining contents of the configuration file or the Windows register can easily be edited. Some options can be changed on-the-fly.
     76All options for running BNC on Unix/Linux/Mac systems are saved in file ${HOME}/.config/BKG/BKG_NTRIP_Client.conf, see annexed 'Configuration File Example'. On Windows systems options are saved in register BKG_NTRIP_Client. The self-explaining contents of the configuration file or the Windows register can easily be edited. Some options can be changed on-the-fly.
    7777</p>
    7878<p>
     
    142142&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 3.15.1. <a href=#nw>No Window Mode</a><br>
    143143&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 3.15.2. <a href=#post>Offline Mode</a><br>
     144&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 3.15.3. <a href=#conffile>Configuration File</a><br>
    144145</p>
    145146
     
    149150The 'File' button lets you
    150151<ul>
    151 <li>
    152 select an appropriate font.<br>
     152<li> select an appropriate font.<br>
    153153Use smaller font size if the BNC main window exceeds the size of your screen.
    154154</li>
    155155<li> save selected options in configuration file resp. Windows register.<br>
    156 When using 'Save & Activate Options' while BNC is already processing data, some configuration options become immediately effective on-the-fly without interrupting uninvolved threads. See annexed section 'Configuration File' for a list of on-the-fly changeable configuration options.
    157 </li>
    158 <li>
    159 quit the BNC program.
     156When using 'Save & Activate Options' while BNC is already processing data, some configuration options become immediately effective on-the-fly without interrupting uninvolved threads. See annexed section 'Configuration File Example' for a list of on-the-fly changeable configuration options.
     157</li>
     158<li> remove all options from configuration file/register on disk.
     159</li>
     160<li> quit the BNC program.
    160161</li>
    161162</ul>
     
    208209<p><a name="genconf"><h4>3.4.3 Reread Configuration - optional</h4></p>
    209210<p>
    210 When operating BNC online in 'no window' mode (command line option -nw), some configuration options can nevertheless be changed on-the-fly without interrupting the running process. For that you force the program to reread parts of its configuration in pre-defined intervals. Select '1 min', '1 hour', or '1 day' to let BNC reread on-the-fly changeable configuration options every full minute, hour, or day. This lets in between edited options become effective without interrupting uninvolved threads. See annexed section 'Configuration File' for a Unix/Linux/Mac configuration file example and a list of on-the-fly changeable options.
     211When operating BNC online in 'no window' mode (command line option -nw), some configuration options can nevertheless be changed on-the-fly without interrupting the running process. For that you force the program to reread parts of its configuration in pre-defined intervals. Select '1 min', '1 hour', or '1 day' to let BNC reread on-the-fly changeable configuration options every full minute, hour, or day. This lets in between edited options become effective without interrupting uninvolved threads. See annexed section 'Configuration File Example' for a Unix/Linux/Mac configuration file example and a list of on-the-fly changeable options.
    211212</p>
    212213
     
    831832<u>Window mode:</u> Hit 'Save & Activate Options' while BNC is in window mode and already processing data to let changes of your streams selection immediately become effective.
    832833<p>
    833 <u>No window mode:</u> When operating BNC online in 'no window' mode (command line option -nw), you force BNC to reread its 'mountPoints' configuration option in pre-defined intervals. Select '1 min', '1 hour', or '1 day' as 'Reread configuration' option to reread the 'mountPoints' option every full minute, hour, or day. This lets a 'mountPoints' option edited in between in the configuration file or Windows register become effective without terminating uninvolved threads. See annexed section 'Configuration File' for a Unix/Linux/Mac configuration file example and a list of other on-the-fly changeable options.
     834<u>No window mode:</u> When operating BNC online in 'no window' mode (command line option -nw), you force BNC to reread its 'mountPoints' configuration option in pre-defined intervals. Select '1 min', '1 hour', or '1 day' as 'Reread configuration' option to reread the 'mountPoints' option every full minute, hour, or day. This lets a 'mountPoints' option edited in between in the configuration file or Windows register become effective without terminating uninvolved threads. See annexed section 'Configuration File Example' for a Unix/Linux/Mac configuration file example and a list of other on-the-fly changeable options.
    834835</p>
    835836
     
    864865<p>
    865866<ul>
    866 <li>'--file &#060;<u>file</u>&#062;' to enter the full path to an input <u>file</u> containing data in RTCM Version 2.x, or Version 3.x, or RTIGS/SOC format.</li>
    867 <li>'--format &#060;<u>format</u>&#062;' to enter one of the file <u>format</u> describing strings 'RTCM_2', 'RTCM_3' or 'RTIGS'.</li>
     867<li>'--file &#060;<u>inputFile</u>&#062;' to enter the full path to an input file containing data in RTCM Version 2.x, or Version 3.x, or RTIGS/SOC format.</li>
     868<li>'--format &#060;<u>format</u>&#062;' to enter one of the file format describing strings 'RTCM_2', 'RTCM_3' or 'RTIGS'.</li>
    868869<li>'--date YYYY-MM-DD' to enter a date for the first epoch.</li>
    869870<li>'--time HH:MM:SS' to enter a time for the first epoch.</li>
     
    875876<p>
    876877Note that it is necessary to define a date and time for the first epoch because RTCM streams do not contain complete time stamps as needed for RINEX. Note further that when running BNC in offline mode, it will use options for file saving, interval, sampling etc. from its configuration file.
     878</p>
     879
     880<p><a name="conffile"><h4>3.15.3 Configuration File - optional</h4></p>
     881The default configuration file name on  Unix/Linux/Mac systems is 'BKG_NTRIP_Client' with suffix '.conf'. On Windows systems the configuration is saved in register 'BKG_NTRIP_Client'. You may change the configuration file/register string at startup time using the command line option '--conf &#060;<u>confFile</u>&#062;'.
     882</p>
     883<p>
     884Example:<br><br>
     885./bnc --conf myConf
     886</p>
     887<p>
     888This leads to a configuration file 'myConf.conf' and a Windows register 'myConf'.
    877889</p>
    878890
     
    9549668.3. <a href=#rtigs>RTIGS</a><br>
    955967&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 8.3.1 <a href=#soc>SOC</a><br>
    956 8.4. <a href=#config>Configuration File</a><br>
     9688.4. <a href=#config>Configuration File Example</a><br>
    9579698.5. <a href=#links>Links</a><br>
    958970</p>
     
    11651177<p>
    11661178</p>
    1167 <p><a name="config"><h4>8.4. Configuration File</h4></p>
     1179<p><a name="config"><h4>8.4. Configuration File Example</h4></p>
    11681180<p>
    11691181The following is an example for the contents of a Unix/Linux/Mac configuration file ${HOME}/.config/BKG/BKG_NTRIP_Client.conf. It enables the retrieval of stream ACOR0 form www.euref-ip.net and FFMJ3 from www.igs-ip.net for the generation of 15 min RINEX files. RINEX files are uploaded to an archive using script 'up2archive' :
  • trunk/BNC/bncwindow.cpp

    r1504 r1507  
    8989  connect(_actSaveOpt, SIGNAL(triggered()), SLOT(slotSaveOptions()));
    9090
    91   _actResetOpt = new QAction(tr("&Reset Options"),this);
    92   connect(_actResetOpt, SIGNAL(triggered()), SLOT(slotResetOptions()));
     91  _actRemoveOpt = new QAction(tr("&Remove Options"),this);
     92  connect(_actRemoveOpt, SIGNAL(triggered()), SLOT(slotRemoveOptions()));
    9393
    9494  _actQuit  = new QAction(tr("&Quit"),this);
     
    856856}
    857857
    858 // Reset Options
    859 ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    860 void bncWindow::slotResetOptions() {
    861   int iRet = QMessageBox::question(this, "Reset", "Remove all options from"
    862                                    " configuration file/register"
    863                                    " saved on disk?",
     858// Remove Options
     859////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
     860void bncWindow::slotRemoveOptions() {
     861  int iRet = QMessageBox::question(this, "Remove", "Remove all options from"
     862                                   " configuration file/register on disk?",
    864863                                   QMessageBox::Yes, QMessageBox::No,
    865864                                   QMessageBox::NoButton);
     
    11091108  _menuFile->addAction(_actSaveOpt);
    11101109  _menuFile->addSeparator();
    1111   _menuFile->addAction(_actResetOpt);
     1110  _menuFile->addAction(_actRemoveOpt);
    11121111  _menuFile->addSeparator();
    11131112  _menuFile->addAction(_actQuit);
  • trunk/BNC/bncwindow.h

    r1487 r1507  
    6868    void slotFontSel();
    6969    void slotSaveOptions();
    70     void slotResetOptions();
     70    void slotRemoveOptions();
    7171    void slotAddMountPoints();
    7272    void slotGetData();
     
    9292    QAction*   _actFontSel;
    9393    QAction*   _actSaveOpt;
    94     QAction*   _actResetOpt;
     94    QAction*   _actRemoveOpt;
    9595    QAction*   _actQuit;
    9696    QAction*   _actGetData;
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