[aprssig] EchoLink APRS-IS Ojbects Mothballed

Lynn W. Deffenbaugh (Mr) ldeffenb at homeside.to
Thu Jul 23 16:14:46 CDT 2009


That's under consideration, but I'm not going to get to it until 
sometime next week at the earliest.  The biggest issue I'm facing right 
now is hooking in all of my XML parsing code into source that I can 
freely release.  I wrote the thing in C using libraries that I always 
have available.  What language would it need to be for Digi_ned?

Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ

PS.  We can take this discussion off-list unless there are other 
interested parties.  I just didn't want the list to think you're being 

Bill V WA7NWP wrote:
>> I have mothballed the source code that generated the objects
> Could you come up with a stand alone program that given a lat/long
> would return info on the N nearest active echolink nodes?
> Given that,  it will be fairly simple to tie it into the query or
> 'trk' functions of Digi_ned so those of us who are interested and
> would actually use it on RF could have a solution.
> Thanks,
> Bill - WA7NWP
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