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[Paparazzi-devel] ocml king

From: Bart Remes
Subject: [Paparazzi-devel] ocml king
Date: Wed, 9 Jun 2010 14:55:09 +0200

Hi Gautier,
I was hoping some other people know the GCS code well.
An other prove how great the loss is.

the idea I have about placing the buttons is a kind of matrix.
you can specify in your flight plan file a matrix buttons[2,5]
and you specify every button its place 

the only thing you have to take in mind is to place the buttons whit the same size above each other.
otherwise you have a lot of blank spaces.

it is just an idea.

I will look in the file but can not promise to get it work.
so if other are willing to help please do.

Bart Remes

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Date: Wed, 09 Jun 2010 13:41:06 +0200
From: Gautier Hattenberger <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] ocml king
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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 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...


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