[aprssig] Open Source Parser
James Jefferson Jarvis
jj at aprsworld.net
Thu Jun 21 13:18:16 CDT 2007
It's definitely there. I wrote most of it. I posted it. And the
db.aprsworld.net and db2.aprsworld.net use the code from there. It is in
the CVS tree. You'll have to follow the CVS instructions or download a
nightly tarball. There is no "release" version.
The parser in the CVS will read from network or stdin.
Tom Hayward wrote:
> I don't think the actual APRS World parser is on Sourceforge. I
> downloaded what's there and it parses data from a database, not text
> APRS packets.
> However, I did a search for APRS and found lots of things that could
> be helpful:
> The C++ library looks particularly enticing.
> Tom KD7LXL
> On 6/21/07, James Jefferson Jarvis <jj at aprsworld.net> wrote:
>> aprsworld.net's parser is available on sourceforge.net. Search for
>> aprsworld. It's written in C. It's designed to shoot the parsed data to
>> a MySQL database, PostGIS database, or flat files. It would be pretty
>> trivial to write another backend.
>> But nobody has a "validated" parser. APRS is too complex, too loosely
>> defined, and too poorly engineered to have anything better than a good
>> I always use Ian's perl aprsdec.pl program as my gold reference. Ian
>> edited the APRS spec years ago.
>> -Jim KB0THN
>> M J wrote:
>> >Can anyone point me to an open source, already-in-existence parser
>> that has been validated against the APRS protocol? I am thinking
>> about writing a software product to simply display APRS
>> Internet-stream data (but not inject any data into the stream) and
>> would prefer to not try to digest the entire protocol document if I
>> don't have to. Thanks! -MJ
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