Author Topic: Decoding the format of cityx.txt.time  (Read 12294 times)

Broesel

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Decoding the format of cityx.txt.time
« Reply #30 on: April 03, 2005, 12:57:14 PM »
Hey uk_skinner, thanks for your mail.

Having problems with that new exe :
No one of the cityx.txt was downloaded and errors occured in the
radar-window.

The logfile says:

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19:51:14

Error Reading 'http://www.tpfans.com/rss/weather.php?Citycode=GMXX0039&SFDay=1'
and writing it to '\Programme\TodayPlus\Buffer\city1.txt'

Reason:

OverflowException
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This text comes for every city-file. The tempcharts where downloaded fine.

Regards Broesel

Edit: Screenshot deleted because of not enough upload-quota

uk_skinner

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Decoding the format of cityx.txt.time
« Reply #31 on: April 03, 2005, 01:01:02 PM »
Quote from: "Broesel"
Hey uk_skinner, thanks for your mail.

Having problems with that new exe :
No one of the cityx.txt was downloaded and errors occured in the
radar-window.

The logfile says:

--------------------
19:51:14

Error Reading 'http://www.tpfans.com/rss/weather.php?Citycode=GMXX0039&SFDay=1'
and writing it to '\Programme\TodayPlus\Buffer\city1.txt'

Reason:

OverflowException
--------------------

This text comes for every city-file. The tempcharts where downloaded fine.

Regards Broesel


broesel:

Can you send me the radar.txt and let me test it here?

Broesel

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Decoding the format of cityx.txt.time
« Reply #32 on: April 03, 2005, 01:27:26 PM »
Quote from: "uk_skinner"

broesel:

Can you send me the radar.txt and let me test it here?


O.K. done, check your mail

Regards Broesel

Broesel

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Decoding the format of cityx.txt.time
« Reply #33 on: April 04, 2005, 01:00:33 AM »
@uk_skinner:

tested the new radar.exe and compared it with the citytime.exe

Everything is fine now. The files are downloaded and the cityx.txt.time
are written as the citytime.exe does. Compared every single file and
all were equal to the files from radar.exe :D

Thanks
Broesel