I have been looking at the low level driver info and from what I can tell

2B 0B 03 01 79 50 77 00 77 54 00 01 00               +...yPw.wT...

Is DGT_CMD_CLOCK_DISPLAY

the way I think it's broken down is
2B = DGT_CLOCK_MESSAGE
0B = Length
03 = DGT_CLOCK_START_MESSAGE
01 = DGT_CMD_CLOCK_DISPLAY

This is what a SetNRun Command data looks like I think
2B 09 03 0A 01 02 03 04 05 06 01                     +..........

Here is another Message example
2B 0B 03 01 49 49 49 49 49 49 00 01 00               +...IIIIII...

this is using the demoapp.exe to send a message to COM1

I thank you for all the help you are giving me, it is making a great difference. As for the simulator being public, if it's okay with DGT I have no problem sharing it tho it will need some cleaning up.

On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 6:13 AM, Jan Krabbenbos <jan@dgtprojects.com> wrote:

The message you get is a SetNRun command for the clock. For displaying it on your simulator you have to reverse the encoding as is done, have a look at the dgtcmdclock*.h files in the example driver from our website.

 

If the DGT XL is set in mode 23 it will show all the clock type messages sent from the computer to the board. If the clock is switched to another mode, only reading of the times (e.g. by DGT_SEND_CLK) is possible. Everything sent to the clock is lost.

The DGT_SEND_UPDATE(_NICE) is requesting continuous updates from the board to the computer. So if something changes, it is immediately send to the computer (asynchronous sending of messages by the board). The NICE variation results in less messages from the board.

 

Will your simulator be available somewhere?

 

With kind regards,

Met vriendelijke groet,

 

Jan Krabbenbos

Software Development

 

DGT+TCI(200)

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Fax: +31(0)53-4329365

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From: Random Persons [mailto:netxshare@gmail.com]
Sent: dinsdag 12 april 2011 12:28


To: Main discussion place for dgtnix relative topics
Subject: Re: [Dgtnix-devel] Data Capture

 

Oh yes, I have also sent data for Clock Mode 23, also I seem to only get DGT_SEND_UPDATE_NICE if I read the header file right I should be getting DGT_SEND_UPDATE and DGT_SEND_UPDATE_BRD

On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 5:20 AM, Random Persons <netxshare@gmail.com> wrote:

I did some more work today, was able to get the DGT Driver to notice my clock version, I was getting a request for the version all I get now from arena is the same message, no movement updates yet. Just guessing I am doing something wrong.

I get this message.

2B 0B 03 01 79 50 77 00 77 54 00 01 00               +...yPw.wT...

The last thing I have left to do is get it to display the movements from arena to my software.

On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 2:27 AM, Jan Krabbenbos <jan@dgtprojects.com> wrote:

Interesting. I thought connection to an iPod, iPad or iPhone was not possible due to hardware requirements. At least for the Bluetooth connectable devices.

 

What do you want to sent to the board? Normally the information sent to the board is only shown on the DGT XL clock (in setting 23) and must be commands for clock settings.

 

 

With kind regards,

Met vriendelijke groet,

 

Jan Krabbenbos

Software Development

 

DGT+TCI(200)

Phone: +31(0) 53-4305195

Fax: +31(0)53-4329365

http://www.dgtprojects.com

 

visit address: Hengelosestraat 66, 7514 AJ  Enscheded, The Netherlands

mail address: PO Box 1295, 7500 BG  Enschede, The Netherlands

 

 

 

From: Random Persons [mailto:netxshare@gmail.com]
Sent: maandag 11 april 2011 23:04
To: Main discussion place for dgtnix relative topics
Subject: Re: [Dgtnix-devel] Data Capture

 

I am trying to add in support to a ipod app that will connect to the DGT e board. I have started writing code to emulate the hardware responses from the board. The system finds the board and clock allows me to add and moves pieces but when ever a engine places a move the data of that move is never sent to the board. I am not sure if this is due to not correctly implementing everything or what.

On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 7:19 AM, Jan Krabbenbos <jan@dgtprojects.com> wrote:

Hi Random,

 

As far as I know the dgtnix driver does not yet implement the clock control. But I have an implementation at the DGT website that implements the single board protocol, including the clock messages but without any move reconstruction. Have a look at http://digitalgametechnology.com/site/index.php/Developers/View-category.html. It is written in C++ and uses the Boost Asio library for the serial port control. Documentation on the clock messages is however not yet complete.

 

This code also runs on Mac OSX and Linux, but this still needs a little bit of work.

 

 

With kind regards,

Met vriendelijke groet,

 

Jan Krabbenbos

Software Development

 

DGT+TCI(200)

Phone: +31(0) 53-4305195

Fax: +31(0)53-4329365

http://www.dgtprojects.com

 

visit address: Hengelosestraat 66, 7514 AJ  Enscheded, The Netherlands

mail address: PO Box 1295, 7500 BG  Enschede, The Netherlands

 

 

 

 

From: Random Persons [mailto:netxshare@gmail.com]
Sent: maandag 11 april 2011 13:57
To: dgtnix-devel@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Dgtnix-devel] Data Capture

 

I don't currently have access to a DGT eBoard, I am writing some software for one right now tho. I can not get Arena 3.0 or any other software to send data to the clock. I am using windows I know this a linux driver. I figured this would be the best place to ask for a data capture of a DGT eBoard connecting to a computer and playing a game. I am looking for the data sent from the board and from the computer. If anyone can help me out let me know.


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