D'oh!

Hello,

Well my first commit and I fell flat on my face. I committed the source
directory for the Mode Select code but not the actual source files.
This is fixed.

I am using the kdesvn tool which seems to work good once you figure out
the difference between the add and the add recursive commands. :slight_smile:

I need to adjust the padding of a structure to eliminate buffer
warnings. I noticed that sometimes it occurs on only one of several
machines I use. It seems like sometimes I make changes and I do not get
the buffer warnings until I do a make distclean then do a build.

The code will mot be merged into the trunk for awhile as I still need to
add things and fix things. I notice some problems with the good frame
only filter in the log formatter. I do not seem to get good short
frames other than type 11 from ACAS/TCAS interrogators.

73 Eric

I need to adjust the padding of a structure to eliminate buffer
warnings.

There really isn’t any need to get rid of the warnings unless you find
that it is a big performance hit, which is VERY unlikely.

I noticed that sometimes it occurs on only one of several
machines I use. It seems like sometimes I make changes and I do not get
the buffer warnings until I do a make distclean then do a build.

This, on the other hand, is a problem. You should get the same messages
every time you run.

Matt

Matt E. wrote:

This, on the other hand, is a problem. You should get the same messages
every time you run.

Matt

Hello,

I will look at it more.

Meanwhile I think my DBSRX board broke. I can not receive anything and
the Maxium chip gets pretty warm. The +5 Volt line at the electrolytic
cap measures 4.88 volts with 6.14 volt input at the power socket.

Any other points I can check?

73 Eric

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