shawn at loadstone-gps.com
Wed Jun 4 05:48:23 BST 2008
Well, the program really isn't meant to crash. It may happen sometimes but
in normal opperation the last_position file will be written correctly. The
trip distance is stored in metres and converted appropriately when
displayed. Nobody else has reported problems with the value accross program
runs, is this a problem that anyone else can confirm?
The last_position doesn't store the trip metre state, running or not, you
just restart it if you want that function.
On Wed, 4 Jun 2008, Ari Moisio wrote:
> Last_position appears to be used only when LS exits normally. In
> addition kilometers are converted to meters when last_position is updated
> and thus five kilometers becomes five meters on next LS session.
> Last_position also does not carry information about whether tripmeter
> was running in the case of program crash.
> You can still escape from the Gates of hell: Use Linux!
> mr. M01510
> On Tue, 3 Jun 2008, Shawn Kirkpatrick wrote:
>> I'm pretty sure this is called last_position and does exactly this. It
>> doesn't update all that often but seems to work rather well for its purpose.
>> On Tue, 3 Jun 2008, Ari Moisio wrote:
>>> One more: there could be a state file, updated for every few hundreds
>>> meters. This file will hold coordinates and distance so far. If LS for
>>> some reason crashes most of the trip meter information could be
>>> regenerated with this file.
>>> You can still escape from the Gates of hell: Use Linux!
>>> mr. M01510
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