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Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion February 25th, 2011
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Posted By tim_ecue
Hi Eric, In general I would fully agree as...

Hi Eric,

In general I would fully agree as standards need to be trustworthy. Still, this is a clarification, not a change. Furthermore, for this particular one I see little harm done for existing...
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion February 23rd, 2011
Replies: 16
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Posted By tim_ecue
"should" + advice that otherwise the test may not...

"should" + advice that otherwise the test may not be detected by many control software systems would be sufficient.

Anything less than should + "otherwise it will not really work for your...
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion February 23rd, 2011
Replies: 16
Views: 11,176
Posted By tim_ecue
In this particular case it might also be that...

In this particular case it might also be that actually not mutch harm is done when clarifying this as originally intended.

It seems that very few (if any) actual responders currently implement...
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion February 23rd, 2011
Replies: 16
Views: 11,176
Posted By tim_ecue
For sure true. But this essentially means that...

For sure true. But this essentially means that since the standard was unclear it could be either way, right?

I would still suggest addressing this issue in a future standard version. One example...
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion February 23rd, 2011
Replies: 16
Views: 11,176
Posted By tim_ecue
My favourite. Still, will it make it into the...

My favourite. Still, will it make it into the standard?

BTW: Yes, we have full E1.20 coverage in our upcoming sw release ... (or what I think full coverage is ;) )
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion February 23rd, 2011
Replies: 16
Views: 11,176
Posted By tim_ecue
Good info! For me it feels like the standard...

Good info!

For me it feels like the standard just leaves this open.

What eventually counts is what You can rely on in the real world. There, I would not even dare to assume anything about...
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion February 23rd, 2011
Replies: 16
Views: 11,176
Posted By tim_ecue
Hi Hamish, oops, I missed the other...

Hi Hamish,

oops, I missed the other discussion. Thanks for the advice!

Did You already see a device where the test numbers where not consecutive ?
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion February 23rd, 2011
Replies: 16
Views: 11,176
Posted By tim_ecue
SELF_TEST_DESCRIPTION index range

Dear RDM friends,

I am somewhat unhappy with implementing the SELF_TEST_DESCRIPTION parameter.

The problem is, that in my understanding the current spec provides no indication of the potential...
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion February 23rd, 2011
Replies: 6
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Posted By tim_ecue
sure we do and always did. at the plug fest I had...

sure we do and always did. at the plug fest I had no issues with the martin fixtures around (or was that on Plasa when I tried them ... anyway ...)

if however the sensors did hide in subdevices,...
Forum: RDM General Implementation Discussion February 23rd, 2011
Replies: 6
Views: 6,982
Posted By tim_ecue
Hy Ryan, the gateway timeout stuff is as...

Hy Ryan,

the gateway timeout stuff is as eric suggested related to the involved ethernet gateway and no reason to worry if it happens only occaisionally. The system will deal with that.

You...
Forum: RDM Interpretation Questions October 14th, 2009
Replies: 4
Views: 5,772
Posted By tim_ecue
Thanks for the clarification! Just in case...

Thanks for the clarification!

Just in case anyone cares: (2) was my bad because the response was actually a NAK response and thus did not contain a PARAMETER_DESCRIPTION at all.
Forum: RDM Interpretation Questions October 8th, 2009
Replies: 4
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Posted By tim_ecue
PARAMETER_DESCRIPTION data type semantics

Hi,

I have two questions:

1) the data type description refers to arrays rather than single elements. Does this mean, that given a data type of say DWORD, the PDLen must be a fixed multiple of 4...
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