[chirp_users] [vx-3] - daily build with vx3 fix will not upload to radio
n612dw at gmail.com
Sun Feb 23 19:43:20 PST 2014
Tnx for the comments/effort.
Basically, to some extent using Chirp seems somewhat untenable unless BOTH
problems are resolved. At least for the vx-3.
In one case, one cannot add/modify/import any new/blank memories, and in the
other one cant upload.
Python is all new to me, but I did take the time to install the development
environment (and a code image from d-rats.com) and got Chirp to work against
all the .py sources so I don't have to wait for a build to try stuff (that's
how I poked your vx3.py fix in and noticed it worked). Don't know how to
get a useful debugger working/up in this environment, but that's gravy. I
noticed that there is a way to install python into my Visual Studio
environment but that is more than I can chew today.
I have tried a copy/paste operation you mention on multiple channels with
the last build, and that seems to work to force feed or "seed" new memory
slots to get them initially populated. This seems to be the ONLY way I can
modify/edit/create a blank/new memory slot given the other bug. Assuming
then once the memory slot is populated, then I can successfully import to
them (importing to existing does work). This may be a workaround one can
live with for the time being. good idea.
I will take my original uploaded radio image and copy/paste the 11 already
used memories into the first 2-300 memory slots (as many as I need) to
"seed" them, and then import over the top of them. Lets see if that works.
In the second, any inability to upload successfully mitigates any reason to
use Chirp. I can certainly wait a few days for the upload fix as this is
beyond me to attempt to fix. I will build a .img that does the above and
then await the upload fix.
I also noticed another problem when working on the latest build related to
assigning memories to banks.
Lets say that we have 100 memories for 2 meters, and another 100 memory
slots for 440.
When you use the "bank Editor". as I selected the first 100 memories to be
tagged with Bank 1, when I started selecting the second 100 for 440 on the
second bank, about halfway through I got an error dialog box that indicated
that I hit a limit on how many memories were selected for Bank 1, yet I was
selecting bank 2's memory slots at the time. Since this takes a bit of
hassle to set back up (I hit the error on the 257't change, according to the
dialog box) to test, I'll need to time to reproduce again.
It may be just that there is a limit on how many memory slots can be
assigned at once in a single "changeset"? Or banks not counted uniquely?. no
idea. If I get a chance to grab a debug.log file on this too I will, not
sure I recall exactly what happened. Shortly after this I ran into the
"can't upload" problem and I got frustrated at that point (as it wiped out
the radio on the error) and called it a day.
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