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Re: Auto phone detection. Setting the 'model' option in gnokiirc

From: Vladimir Paskov
Subject: Re: Auto phone detection. Setting the 'model' option in gnokiirc
Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2010 21:55:19 +0200

Sorry about the dumb question, I got the answer myself using the WiKi
and some testing. There is no matter the order you try the drivers.
Sorry again.

On Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 8:09 PM, Vladimir Paskov <address@hidden> wrote:
> In my spare time I work on GPL Windows Gnokii front end
> (C++/MFC/Win32). It's in early stages of development ( I will post
> link to the project when first alpha is released ).
> My question is as follows:
> When my application start's it checks for the existance of an
> application directory under %APP_DATA% folder.
> If this directory exists it checks for the existance of 'gnokiirc' (
> or in my case 'PhoneConfig' ) file.
> - If the file is found the program load's the appropreate phone
> configuration and starts.
> - If the file does not exists, the user is presented with 'Connect
> Phone Wizard' where he/she can select the connection type ( cable (
> serial ) for now ).
> The user select's cable connection and at the next step my application
> enumerates all the COM(Serial) ports
> available on the machine.
> So here is my question: In what order I shoud try the model options?
> Ex:
> for ( int i = 0; i < [Enumerated Com Ports]; i++ )
> {
>    if ( try COM[i] with model ? )
>    {
>       break;
>    }
> }
> Please bare with me, I'm new to gnokii and FBUS. The idea behind the
> front end was born from a guy from the
> Nokia forum telling me that I can't do anything other than sending
> messages and calling with my Nokia 1208
> --
> Regards,
> Vladimir V. Paskov

Vladimir Paskov

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