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Re: ✘GPS 3.24 is released!

From: Don Rolph
Subject: Re: ✘GPS 3.24 is released!
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2022 06:36:10 -0400

Let me know when there is a package and I will test in the APRS Appliance.  right now it uses 3.23.2 dev.

On Thu, Apr 28, 2022 at 4:55 AM Nick Taylor <> wrote:
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.
> Enjoy!
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