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Cluster bug

Post by w9mdb » 22 Dec 2019, 23:33

I think I found a bug in the cluster window
Seems any spots where there is a suffix on the spotter aren't being seen.
As you can see in the attached there are spots from W2NT-2, W1NT-6 and KU7T-2. None of which show up in the cluster window
There are 11 spots received at 2325 but only 7 show up with 4 that were reported by these 3 spotters missing.

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Re: Cluster bug

Post by IW3HMH » 23 Dec 2019, 09:29

I see you're connected to localhost...
what is the data source?
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Re: Cluster bug

Post by w9mdb » 23 Dec 2019, 12:53

The data source is dxc.w3lpl.net:7373
I have a local filtering utility that passes it through and I've temporarily fixed it by removing the suffixes myself.

You just need a CW Skimmer source so you can see calls with the suffixes that CW Skimmer can put in there.
I haven't checked all signs with regular suffixes yet...don't see many of those.

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Re: Cluster bug

Post by w9mdb » 23 Dec 2019, 14:11

Perhaps there's a regex parse gong on that fails with the suffix?

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Re: Cluster bug

Post by IW3HMH » 23 Dec 2019, 14:53

Yes... V2 seems to have antibodies to deal with...
i must check V1 code on that.
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