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Re: [gpsd-dev] Adding additional parameters to gps_data_t structure

From: Gary E. Miller
Subject: Re: [gpsd-dev] Adding additional parameters to gps_data_t structure
Date: Fri, 5 Jul 2019 09:57:33 -0700

Yo Sharmila!

On Fri, 5 Jul 2019 10:30:30 +0530
Sharmila <address@hidden> wrote:

> I am using gpsd 3.16 version base source code.

As others have said, we can't support 4.5 year old code.  We have more
than enough work to do on 3.19~dev.

> I  kept the 3
> parameters (velN, velE, height) in fix_t structure.

As I have aked before, where is velD?

> I am able to
> receive the client buffer like before and able to see my parameters ,
> but in my application I am receiving unexpected data.

Yup.  I gave you a detailed code revue.  But the initial items
        1. get on the git head code base
        2. send us a patch for gps.h

> Note : In fix structure all the values I am getting properly but 
> additional 3 parameters what I have added which is getting invalid
> data and the fields below the fix_t structure are filled with invalid
> data including status field which is getting zero or some big numbers.

And I told you a few messages back why.  But, firt things first, your
need to do #1 and #2 long before we can fix filed values.

> I am attaching the patch for your reference, please provide some
> input.

Looks like you applied none of my comments to your code.  No  point
repeating that advice until #1 and #2 is done.

In another message you refer to yocto.  I have worked with people
using gpsd and yocto, that is no reason to be stuck on such old
gpsd code.  Using 3.19!dev with yocto should be very simple and we
will help with that.

Gary E. Miller Rellim 109 NW Wilmington Ave., Suite E, Bend, OR 97703
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