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Re: ✘GPS 3.24 is released!

From: Nick Taylor
Subject: Re: ✘GPS 3.24 is released!
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 09:43:44 +0100
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Fantastic news!!

We have found 3.23rc to work nicely with tcp feeds which was a requirement of ours.

We *still* haven't managed to get approval for real world testing as our customers are highly resistant to change - even if it means improvments...

Will get stable packaged up and push for proper test in the field.

Many thanks for all your hard work



On 28/04/2022 01:28, Gary E. Miller wrote:
Yo All!

I tagged gpsd 3.24 for release last Friday, but it took a whil eo get
the tarballs up on Savannah:

Git head is now marked 3.24.1~dev.

Here is the NEWS for 3.24:

3.24: 2022-04-22
   NTRIP 2.0 now works.  But still only plain HTML, not RTP, etc.
   Remove ntrip option and NTRIP_ENABLE.  Always build.
   Remove passthrough option and PASSTHROUGH_ENABLE.  Always build.
   Remove nmea0183 option and NMEA0183_ENABLE.  Always build.
   Remove netfeed option and NETFEED_ENABLE.  Always build.
   gpsd will retry ntrip:// and tcp:// connections
   cgps can expand to show more sats. Added --rtk option.
   maidenhead() checks for input errors.
   Better SHM logs.
   PPS and TOFF JSON now include shm used, and real precision.
   Add initial, untested, TSIPv1 support
   split debug messages into different syslog() levels.
   New ppscheck options, and can use /dev/ppsX devices.
   First try at TSIPv1 protocol decodes.
   Decode Quectel $PQVERNO for firmware version
   Decode Skytrak PX1172RH_DS messages.

Not a lot of stuff that affects many people, but a lot of improements
here and there that specific types of end users want/need.

Let's hold off a bit on major changes in case a quick 3.24.1 is needed.

In the meantime I'm going to try to create my own permanent NTRIP 2
base station with an F9P.  My local ORGN only supports GPS and some
GLONASS, which makes Galileo, BeiDou, etc. not less useful.


Gary E. Miller Rellim 109 NW Wilmington Ave., Suite E, Bend, OR 97703  Tel:+1 541 382 8588

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