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Tue, 3 Jul 2007 14:05:12 +0200
On 7/3/07, Bastien Nocera <address@hidden> wrote:
> On 7/3/07, Bastien Nocera <hadess <at> hadess.net> wrote:
> And is it case sensitive?
No idea, feel free to add an implementation of strcasestr, for non-GNU systems
Updated patch at:
> > I didn't manage to test it properly on my Nokia in AT mode, as it lies
> > about the number of SMSes in its different folders.
> Well, Nokia AT mode doesn't support folders. :)
Arf. Well, it first reports 20 messages available. Then switching folders
reports 130 ones available.
Hm. Need to recheck.
> > I'm trying to fix:
> > http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=330773
> But the patch is for the quite different thing...
It's part of it. The bug is that phones using the AT driver can't find new
messages. One reason is that they don't see new messages reported in
GN_OP_GetSMSStatus. The other problem is that they don't report unread messages
as being unread. The provided patch fixes the second, while I worked around the
first one by checking for a different number of messages in the folder.
> > and I noticed that only some Nokia drivers implemented GN_OP_OnSMS or
> > GN_OP_PollSMS. Would it be interesting to have CNMI support in the
> > generic AT driver?
I have no idea how it's supposed to work though. Do you have some definite
documentation available on that? The only thing I have is the Mototola g20 docs.
You mean gnokii internals or CNMI command?
> > PS: current gnokii CVS HEAD crashes for me when using the AT driver,
> > straight after an ATZ. Anyone seeing that?
> Nope. Just tested over rfcomm. Any details?
$ ./gnokii --identify
Is it static build or shared library? If the latter, make sure you
have removed all older versions.
Same thing happens with the AT driver. BT of the above crash:
That looks like total corruption. The other thing that may help is
make clean; make