[chirp_users] CHIRP 0.1.8

Nate Duehr nate at natetech.com
Sat Feb 14 00:15:19 PST 2009


The photo of the panda drinking from a firefighters water bottle was  
shocking.

We are all praying for those people endangered by your firestorms.  Be  
safe!

--
Nate Duehr
Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 13, 2009, at 18:48, "David Tilson" <dave at daves-portal.com> wrote:

> G'day Dan,
>
>> So, I've got a fix to clear those values *if* we're setting a
>> non-DV memory to DV mode.  The reason I'm doing this instead
>> of blindly resetting them is so that if you've set the values
>> in your radio (since CHIRP doesn't support them), I don't
>> want to clobber them.  Thus, to see this fix, you'll need to
>> do something like reset your radio and re-import from CSV or
>> some such (let me know if that doesn't make any sense).
>>
>> Anyway, give 0.1.9b4 a shot and let me know if it fixes the
>> issue for you.
>
> OK, thanks for looking at that. I'll try it later today and report  
> back.
> Interesting though was that the memories that were being affected had
> previously been DV memories, not FM.  In some cases I was overwriting
> existing DV memories with CHIRP and in other cases I had deleted the
> contents of the memories with the CS-2820 software prior to importing
> with CHIRP.  Also interesting was the fact that the error was only
> occurring in memory locations that were being directly written to.
>
>>> On a secondary issue, I discovered yesterday when importing a CSV
>>> file into the IC-92AD, with CHIRP 0.1.8, that if a frequency is out
>>> of range (example: 136.6375, instead of 146.6375) then CHIRP locked
>>> up and had to be killed / restarted.
>>
>> I have not been able to replicate this with 0.1.9b3.  Can
>> you?
>
> No probs. I'll try that as well and report back.
>
> Thanks also for your concerns regarding the bushfires around  
> Victoria in
> our off-list emails.  The fires started last Saturday after the temp
> exceeded 46C / 115F with strong winds and the stats so far are: 181
> deceased and still expected to rise, more than 1,800 homes destroyed  
> and
> more than 7,000 people homeless.  It has been estimated that over
> 1,000,000 animals died in the fires.  Many people still aren't allowed
> to return to their properties due to safety reasons and don't know if
> they have a home to return to.
>
> Regards,
>
> Davidt, VK3UR
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