You are commenting using your WordPress. It opens a pty pseudo-TTY , launches a gpsd instance that thinks the slave side of the pty is its GPS device, and repeatedly feeds the contents of one or more test logfiles through the master side to the GPS. Active 2 years, 8 months ago. The -c sets the delay between sentences in seconds. You are commenting using your Google account.
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The -x option dumps packets as gpsfake gathers them.
More information about clients: Only when the user keys Enter is the line actually fed to gpsd. This option is intended to be used with valgrind gpscakegdb 1 and similar programs. NMEAthe text is dumped as well.
There is a project page for gpsd here gpfsake. The -g uses the monitor facility to run the gpsd instance within gpsfake under control of gdb. The -q tells gpsfake to suppress normal progress output and thus act in a quiet manner. The -x dumps packets as gpsfake gathers them.
gpsfake – test harness for gpsd, simulating a GPS
The thread sending fake GPS data to the daemon is run in background. The -o option specifies options to pass to the daemon.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Even stretches flle the logged path with two seconds between fixes are drawn nicely. The logger seems to have a number of tricks in its arsenal when a full GPS position fix solution is difficult to establish.
This is useful for regression-testing.
The -g option runs gpsd under the control of gdb, the GNU debugger. At termination, it reports elapsed time. It opens a pty pseudo-TTYlaunches a gpsd instance that thinks the slave side of the pty is its GPS device, and gpzfake feeds the contents of a test logfile through the master side to the GPS.
The -t forces the test framework to use TCP rather than pty devices. If there are multiple logfiles, sentences from them are interleaved in the order the fuiles are specified. I’m currently developing a gps-based ROS application using ros-kinetic on Ubuntu Fractional values of seconds are legal.
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January 8, at Unicorn Meta Zoo 9: I can verify it’s working by using this next command:. Occasionally the logger will skip a log entry. You can monitor them with this: You are commenting using your Facebook account.
The -l makes the program dump a line or packet number just before each sentence is fed to the daemon. This is useful for regression-testing. The -v option enables more progress messages to standard error. I used RMC sentences to get the above graph.
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The -i option is for single-stepping through logfiles. I’ve been trying very hard to get gpsfake to work with python-gps for the last days. To find bpsfake more, including how to control cookies, see here: Logfiles for the use with gpsfake can be retrieved using gpspipe, gpscat, or gpsmon from the gpsd distribution, or any other application which is able to create a compatible output.