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Re: Another 6210 Bug? Or I am Just Stupid ??

From: Markus Plail
Subject: Re: Another 6210 Bug? Or I am Just Stupid ??
Date: Thu, 01 Aug 2002 13:35:25 +0200
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Hi Jan!

* Jan Derfinak writes:
> On Sun, 28 Jul 2002, Markus Plail wrote:
>> Hi Edward!
>> * Edward Finlayson writes:
>> > HI,
>> > gnokii is truly a great app, but recently I find that I have to start
>> > using smsd with MySQL
>> smsd is supposed to only work with older phones for the moment. There
> This is absolutly wrong. Smsd uses gnokii's API and it is independend
> from phone. If something works with older phone and don't with newer
> phone there is problem in API.

The problem is that with newer phones there are different memory types,
that's the reason why it does not work. smsd code is mainly ripped from
xgnokii, so there must be similiar changes in in order to make it work.
The whole getting SMS routines have to be changed. In xgnokii I made
them totally separate, as they are very different. Up to now you just
read locations in SM until you get GE_INVALIDLOCATION. This only works
with older phones. For newer phones you have to think about which
messages to get. You have to get the folder status (6510) plus SMS
status for (6210) as it doesn't recognize unread SMS otherwise.

>> is no real maintainer to fix it properly. If you tell me exactly what
> Incorrect again. I have never seem that somebody reports this problem
> before. All problems with smsd arrived when some maintainer of gnokii
> changed important API function and forgot to change calling function
> in smsd. I have adapted smsd to new gnokii API as soon as gnokii
> became stable and I can test functionality. I don't understand what
> you mean with "There is no real maintainer to fix it properly".

Sorry, for that then. Perhaps I misunderstood Pawel ion IRC. IIRC he
said that it is mostly unmaintained, but I may as well be wrong.


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