Pascal was almost the only one to know the GCS code. Still, I have a
little idea of what to do (with the help of the other ocaml teacher at
Enac). But I really don't have the time right now. I keep your request
in mind and I'll try to work on it during the summer. By the way, if
you have an idea of the convenient way to describe the groups of
buttons, tell me.
If you want to try it by yourself, look in live.ml:491. It's here that
we buttons are added to the strip. I think you can create a vertical
group of buttons and add them the same way.
The "polysurwey" function from osam team is probably using the sectors
drawing functions (the sectors can't be modified for now) and the
regular survey is using an Ivy message (SURVEY_STATUS) to draw the
rectangle dynamically. It will need some work to change this...
Le 09/06/2010 12:07, Bart Remes a écrit :
The problem is you have to understand the program language ocml.
I`m beginner in C and changed some thing in paparazzi but the
ocml files are difficult for me.
I`m looking for a ocml king who can change some things in the
I have tried to change some thing but no success.
first the strip buttons:
I have 10 buttons and the all come behind each other. they disappear
behind the Notebook and the console.
can somebody reprogram this so that you can place buttons in more rows
when we use the osamNav.h poly survey function you can change the way
points but the poly gone is not redrawn.
when we use the survey S1 S2 (rectangle) the rectangle is redrawn when
I move S1. can dis be done for the poly survey.
When this is not been don in ocml but in c please let me know which
file than I can change it.