- If I can decode the meaning of the WS36xx time stamp saved in
history.dat (suspected to be a Delphi time stamp data type), I could
probably write an application to do so.
The WS23xx history files are a bit different. Although the time stamp
can easily be decoded, the weather records contain absolute pressure
not relative pressure. I believe an offset is saved at the end of the
file although I have not been able to verify that. If a single offset
value is used, the data will be pretty inaccurate over time. Also, the
records do not contain hourly rainfall or wind gust data.
I will be tied up for a couple of weeks starting Monday. I can take a
look at it after that if there is enough interest.
> > also, can i upload my history file to wunderground somehow? it goes
> > back a couple years now, it would be neat.
> I'm afraid not - or at least I haven't found a way to do that. If WUHU
> is stopped, the data transmitted to APRS2 will also stop, causing gaps
> in weather data. I agree on your thougts about using history.dat to
> bridge those gaps. Hopefully a way to do that is eventually found.