http://git.shaftnet.org/cgit/users/pizza/public/gpligc.git/patch/?id=753edec486631bb2396e79a41ffb7140a5d297f4 This patch adds True Airspeed (TAS) support.
backend: canonselphy: Fix nasty regression with ES3/ES30/ES40/CP790
backend: sonyupdr150: Multiple copies didn't work.
dyesub: Mitsubishi CP9550D apparently uses 'RGB' ordering.
Mitsubishi CP9550DW uses RGB ink ordering.
I think I have TAS working now, in addition to the existing IAS stuff. I'll get a patch posted soon.
I have a Flytec 6030 unit, and its IGC files include the TAS data in their B-records, as an extension specified using an I-record: [...] I013638TAS [...] B1659592815237N08142058WA0060800688034 B1700092815251N08142103WA0061400696032 [...] the TAS data here is the '034' and '032' respectively. I may take a crack at this myself (just discovered GPLIGC), but I figured I'd ask before I add it to large project backlog. :) Cheers!
This was fixed on 2017-01-12, and I thought it made it into the 5.2.12 tarball. If not, then it's definitely in the just-released 5.2.13-pre1 tarball. FWIW, the S1245 driver is considered highly experimental as I don't have access to one of these printers to actually test this stuff on.