Re: [aprsisce] Duplicate msgs in Chat?
- Hi Lynn and List,
My opinion on this is to leave it as is.
This because of the dual routing setup at the end user.
But you might to come out for the warning message stated that user will see a duplicate message if they used two path.
Don't know about other's opinion. And that's why we have a mailing list.. :D
- Actually, the dual paths aren't the problem. I only dupe-check the
payload. The issue is that some TNCs out there (few, thankfully) add or
remove trailing spaces at whim. I've requested advice from the aprssig
as well because there are acking-ramifications that go beyond my message
Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ
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> Hi Lynn and List,
> My opinion on this is to leave it as is.
> This because of the dual routing setup at the end user.
> But you might to come out for the warning message stated that user
> will see a duplicate message if they used two path.
> Don't know about other's opinion. And that's why we have a mailing
> list.. :D
> *From:* Lynn W. Deffenbaugh <kj4erj@...>
> *To:* email@example.com
> *Sent:* Thu, September 2, 2010 7:48:09 PM
> *Subject:* [aprsisce] Duplicate msgs in Chat?
> Before any of you eavesdroppers out there notice it, there is a
> condition under which you will think you're seeing double.
> While testing the chat colorization this morning, I found a few
> conversations where some messages were appearing duplicated in the
> chat. One of the messages (sometimes both) would show a repeat count,
> but yet they wouldn't merge together. This is happening as I type for
> station SP9UX in Poland.
> After a bunch of consternation, code updating to find out what I was
> seeing, and trace logging to see the actual packets (thank goodness for
> trace logs) and finally resorting to the raw hex display at aprs.fi
> <http://aprs.fi>, I
> located the "problem". That station is routing its messages via RF on
> two paths. One of those paths is adding an extra space (blank) after
> the ack of the message which is completely hidden from normal view. As
> far as the chat window is concerned, that trailing space is significant
> and represents a different message.
> Question: should it remain this way or should my duplicate message
> detector FOR THE CHAT ONLY ignore the trailing whitespace difference and
> merge the message into a repeat?
> Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ - Author of APRSISCE for Windows Mobile and Win32