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Re: [Xlog-discussion] Xlog & ADIF

From: Joop Stakenborg
Subject: Re: [Xlog-discussion] Xlog & ADIF
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 17:17:56 +0200

On Mon, 16 Sep 2002 08:55:31 +0930
James Crawford <address@hidden> wrote:

> Joop,
>     Thanks, I have beta5 running now and was able to get my adif log saved in
> there.   I had a little trouble getting it to open the file for some reason.  
> So
> I brought up xlog under root and it brought it in, and then I saved it in the
> .xlog dir under /home/james and that worked.  The first dozen contacts were
> messed up for some reason as far as date and time which caused the rest of the
> fields to be off but the rest of the 700+ listing were all formatted 
> correctly.
> I manually fixed the first dozen.

Yes, I know. Adif import still needs a bit of work.
James, would you be willing to make the original log available? You could
send it to me, so I can upload it to auric.debian.org. This way, people who
are interested can take a look at adif import themselves. It would be really
nice to test xlog adif capabilities on a live log....
Also, which program did you use to export the adif file?

>     I will put in what my xterm says on startup for xlog, don't know if you 
> need
> it or not.
> address@hidden james]$ xlog
> Gtk-WARNING **: invalid cast from (NULL) pointer to `GtkLabel'
> Gtk-CRITICAL **: file gtklabel.c: line 334 (gtk_label_get): assertion `label 
> !=
> NULL' failed.

This is most certainly a bug. Will have a look.

> rig: dlsym(initrigs_radioshack) failed (/usr/lib/libhamlib-1.1.3.so.0: 
> undefined
> symbol: initrigs_radioshack)
> rig: dlsym(initrigs_drake) failed (/usr/lib/libhamlib-1.1.3.so.0: undefined
> symbol: initrigs_drake)
> rig: dlsym(initrigs_lowe) failed (/usr/lib/libhamlib-1.1.3.so.0: undefined
> symbol: initrigs_lowe)
> rig: dlsym(initrigs_racal) failed (/usr/lib/libhamlib-1.1.3.so.0: undefined
> symbol: initrigs_racal)
> rig: dlsym(initrigs_wj) failed (/usr/lib/libhamlib-1.1.3.so.0: undefined 
> symbol:
> initrigs_wj)
> rig: dlsym(initrigs_ek) failed (/usr/lib/libhamlib-1.1.3.so.0: undefined 
> symbol:
> initrigs_ek)
> rig: dlsym(initrigs_skanti) failed (/usr/lib/libhamlib-1.1.3.so.0: undefined
> symbol: initrigs_skanti)

Nothing serious, just standard hamlib output.

> Thanks for the xlog and your help Joop,
> James

Glad to be of help, regards,

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