Re: [aprsisce] any C++ programmers out there
- Did you write in the wrong window by any chance? :)On Sat, Jan 5, 2013 at 10:28 AM, steve klise <sklise@...> wrote:was adding another PAM card not in the cards? PAM cards cache CIFS data.
We we have increased out pipes to our remote users, but most of our sites are within 50 miles of our DC, so we have pretty big pipes to our main campus that homerun to the filers (OPTIMAN). We found it cheaper then getting wan accelerators and most of our CIFS access is for home shares so our users don't really complain (much).
Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2013 20:27:03 -0500
Subject: Re: [aprsisce] any C++ programmers out there
The question though is - is this necessary to build a parsing library? Lynn is already doing all the parsing and would (I assume anyway) make the data objects available to the lua engine...
On 1/4/2013 8:04 PM, Steve Daniels wrote:
But it’s C code and intended for Lua. Just not on Windows.
I can hack together lua code but not a prograer
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Subject: Re: [aprsisce] any C++ programmers out thereAt 04:30 PM 2013-01-04, Steve Daniels wrote:
Obviously Lynn is. Earlier today I found a Lua script for parsing APRS data which would allow APRSIS32 user modules to be built for dealing with APRS data.
Got a URL?
The modules however were written for Linux and I don t see a windows version anywhere.
One has been converted to C from Heikki s original Perl code (Heikki runs aprs.fi)
It would be really handy to have these in windows format for writing Lua scripts to deal with aprs data.
I'm an expert/guru with MS Access, VBA and VB6 but not C or C++