In case you’re building yourself everything from source in your project, there is a good chance you once had a problem because you were using relative (like ../myressource) paths in your CFLAGS or LD_FLAGS definition and passed them down to the build system.
Short answer: when getting down in sub directories to i.e build your dependencies, the relative path can’t stay good. Only the absolute path can work.
One solution, if using GNU make, is to use something like this to compute the absolute path:
# Note: the naming is up to you. In my case, for something like cJSON, I'm using the following naming:
You can also directly initialize with a shell call:
Some also encountered SSL verification problems due to auto signed certificate use in their network, and had to disable SSL verification. It’ done with the following command, but we do not recommend to use it unless really needed:
TLDR: if you use gettimeofday to time things then your program may be affected by time shift, because gettimeofday is not monotonic. if you do not care about the date and only about elapsed time, use clock_gettime.
On top of the existing ‘search and stay X seconds after a match’ the SearchApp have been updated with a ‘search and stay’ mode: stay while matching, leave after X seconds of inactivity, reset counters on activity during the wait. mode, To use it just specify a negative value in the ‘wait’ field using the rotary encoder.
As some have some problems getting the bin back from discord, here you are:
Tip: use a regexp so the grep is not matching the line where is sits in ps list:
ps -aef | grep "[m]atchingexp" will match anything starting with letter ‘m’ and followed by ‘atchingexp‘ , which will not be in the ps list as it will contain the  around the first letter of your match
-Freqman now do understand freq files with that format: f=468000000 f=468000000,d=Single Freq f=468000000,m=AM,d=Single Freq AM f=468000000,m=NFM,d=Single Freq NFM f=468000000,m=WFM,d=Single Freq WFM f=468000000,m=AM,b=DSB,d=Single Freq AM DSB f=468000000,m=AM,b=USB,d=Single Freq AM USB f=468000000,m=AM,b=LSB,d=Single Freq AM LSB a=87000000,b=110000000 a=87000000,b=110000000,m=AM,s=100KHz,d=AM radio search a=87000000,b=110000000,m=AM,b=DSB,s=250KHz,d=AM radio search LSB a=87000000,b=110000000,m=WFM,b=16k,s=50KHz,d=WFM radio search s=50KHz r=430150000,t=430550000 r=430150000,t=430550000,d=HAM radio r=430150000,t=430550000,m=AM,b=DSB,d=HAM radio
The freqman GUI have note been improved and may show partial results on new formatted lines
Description of the fields: f=freq for one frequency or a=start_frequency,b=end_frequency for a range m=modulation b=bandwidth s=step d=description
All fields except ‘f=freq’ or ‘a=freqA,b=freqB’ are mandatory. If nothing specified actual value is used.
As a reminder : -Most of the time if the Search app is not working as you expected it’s coming from a SDCARD problem. -You need a SDCARD for the Search app to save settings between runs and between settings menu / main gui, and you need a SEARCH folder at the root of it. -Don’t forget to check that by default the ‘input: load’ fields in ‘search app -> params -> more ‘ are all checked. -You HAVE to click save in ordre to save the settings.
Exemple: list all json files from current directory and print the difference with updated jsons from updated/ directory
for user in `ls updated-users`
# print file name
diff <(jq -S . users/$user) <(jq -S . updated-users/$user)
# or full on one side and the diff on the other side
# diff -y --left-column <(jq -S . users/$user) <(jq -S . updated-users/$user)
# or full on one side and the diff on the other side, colored
# diff -y --left-column --color <(jq -S . users/$user) <(jq -S . updated-users/$user)
cheat: editable player_state.json after first execution
How to build: need gcc on linux and gcc + msys / cygwin on windows
git clone https://framagit.org/GullRaDriel/nilorea-library.git .
git clone https://framagit.org/GullRaDriel/krampushack2021-kheldaii.git