From: Dan Klugiewicz <kluger@ho...> - 2004-08-12 01:59:03
Looks pretty good to me. I compared nmea sentences near the beginning and
end of the files and the timestamps look like they match. Nice job.
I checked the same data against GeoConv and it seems to return proper time
values as well.
You know guys, a long, long time ago I used to write a bit of code myself.
Of course I'm talking back in the punch card, paper tape and PDP-8 assembly
language days. Of all the languages I worked in I think I liked C the best,
but that was long before Visual C or any of this new-fangled stuff. I wish
I had time to get back into a little C just for fun but at the moment family
and work keep me pretty busy. Some day though. . . Thanks for all your
Virtual memory is rotten to the Core!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert Lipe" <robertlipe@...>
To: "Robert Lipe" <robertlipe@...>; <kluger@...>
Cc: <gpsbabel-misc@...>; <eino.uikkanen@...>
Sent: Wednesday, August 11, 2004 4:40 PM
Subject: Re: [Gpsbabel-misc] NMEA timestamps
Robert Lipe <robertlipe@...> wrote:
> OK. How does the attached look to you?
The month was off by one. (I always fall for that trick with mktime...)
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From: Robert Lipe <robertlipe@us...> - 2004-08-12 03:15:40
Dan Klugiewicz wrote:
> Looks pretty good to me. I compared nmea sentences near the beginning and
> end of the files and the timestamps look like they match. Nice job.
Thanx for the confirmation. I've checked in this fix.
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