Persistent Aliases (Dev: 2012/08/31 08:02)
- Add Configure / Aliases / Accumulate toggle to enable parsing even with
all Alias() trace logs disabled.
Save captured Possible and Unused-0 Aliases across restart and support
Complete Configure / Aliases / ... menu option functionality (New,
Enable/Disable, Make Known, Remove) See
http://aprsisce.wikidot.com/menu:configure-aliases for an idea of what
these are supposed to do.
Show both Non-alias used hop count and Simplistic used hop count in the
Digi/IGate column of the packet scroller. See PS discussion for the
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32
PS. So what does this have to do with RFPort and arbitrary IGating?
APRSISCE/32 has been using a simplistic method of counting "used hops"
to determine "local". By supporting user detection and definition of
path aliases that are being used, I can more accurately count "used"
hops, presuming of course that all of the local digipeaters are
inserting callsigns. Used hop counting is futile in a UIFLOOD (SSn-N)
Consider the following paths:
DIGI1*,WIDE1*,DIGI2*,WIDE2-1 - Simplistic: 3, WIDE alias: 2
DIGI1*,WIDE1*,DIGI2*,WIDE2* - Simplistic: 4, WIDE alias: 2
DIGI1*,WIDE1*,DIGI2*,DIGI3*,WIDE2* - Simplistic: 5, WIDE alias: 3
DIGI1*,WIDE1*,DIGI2*,DIGI3*,WIDE2 - DIGI3 is possibly busted - Will show
CFL2-2 - Simplistic: 0, CFL alias: 0
DIGI1*,CFL2-1 - Simplistic: 1, CFL alias: 1
DIGI1*,DIGI2*,CFL2* - Simplistic: 3 CFL alias:2 - But with UIFLOOD it
DIGI2*,CFL2* - Simplistic: 2, CFL alias: 1 - THIS is with CFL as a