I realize today that I could have done a lot better job of phrasing my question.
After finding the flight_gear.c and flight_gear.h files in the paparazzi3/sw/logalizer/ directory and poking at things a bit with grep, I have the following:
address@hidden:~/paparazzi/paparazzi3/sw/logalizer$ grep flight_gear *
Makefile:ahrs2fg: ahrs2fg.c network.c flight_gear.c utils.c
This revealed that I should look at ahrs2fg.c and Makefile
I started looking at ahrs2fg.c, and as I understand it(given my limited C skills), ahrs2fg.c does the following:
1.Opens a net connection with flight gear as the intended target on port 5501
2.Uses glib to add a timer callback to periodically send some data to flight gear. I have no idea where this data is coming from. Does anyone know?
3. Does something with Ivy. I do not know what Ivy is.
I also noted in the Makefile, that paths for flight gear are defined to /home/poine/flightgear, so at the very least I would have to modify the Makefile to use this program.
1. What does this program do? Is it replaying log files to flight gear?
2. How do I use it?
3. Is it obsolete or abandoned?
On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 11:42 AM, cory barton <address@hidden
I looked in the wiki, and searched the lists, but could not find what I was looking for.
My goal is to replay the flight logs in flightgear, or even to drive flightgear in realtime.
Is anyone doing this already? Let me know how if anyone is doing this.