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jaluna

148 Posts

Posted - 24 févr. 2009 :  12:32:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello tobbbie,

I think that you have installed in the root. Please, make a test: remove all and reinstall in a give folder.


Regards, JAL,
http://www.gpsmeter.com/
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jaluna

148 Posts

Posted - 24 févr. 2009 :  12:35:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello tobbbie,

you are right, SP WM5 have a bug. I will solve.

Regards, JAL,
http://www.gpsmeter.com/
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tobbbie

Germany
38 Posts

Posted - 24 févr. 2009 :  13:31:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
SP WM5 is also for SP on WM6 and WM6.1 I suspect - have not found an other version :-)

Edited by - tobbbie on 24 févr. 2009 13:31:48
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jaluna

148 Posts

Posted - 24 févr. 2009 :  14:36:57  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yes, this problem only affects to smartphone version (CE and touchscreen are ok)


Regards, JAL,
http://www.gpsmeter.com/
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iztoogood

96 Posts

Posted - 27 févr. 2009 :  17:16:55  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
hye,
congratulation for port splitter, it's very usefull on omnia !
is there a way to save settings but activing the autostart option ?
in the registry or in a file conf ...
or to give start options arguments in a shortcut..

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jaluna

148 Posts

Posted - 27 févr. 2009 :  18:58:25  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello iztoogood,

the settings are saved under "settings.dat" file, at same folder than executable.

1) Configure input port and output port
2) Press start to confirm configuration is correct
3) Press stop.
4) Check "Autostart" box
5) Press exit to close portsplitter.

Next time portsplitter will load and apply the saved settings.

Regards, JAL,
http://www.gpsmeter.com/
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tobbbie

Germany
38 Posts

Posted - 27 févr. 2009 :  19:25:37  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The smartphone version has no retrieval of the saved settings, or? I have not yet noticed that settings are remembered.
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jaluna

148 Posts

Posted - 01 mars 2009 :  14:23:48  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi tobbbie,

I have updated today portsplitter (all versions), I hope to have fixed the problem with smartphone version. Please, confirm me

Regards, JAL,
http://www.gpsmeter.com/
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tobbbie

Germany
38 Posts

Posted - 01 mars 2009 :  18:17:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi JAL,

...thanks for your prompt correction :-)

Now the behaviour is as expected, it installs in the right directory (checked the device install) and all ports are available in the output selection box.

Still the problem seems to be on smartphone that the input port cannot be selected by pulldown list. The input port is stored in the settings.dat (and excluded from the output list) - but you can't see or select it. It has always been like this on smartphone - and for my occasional use its ok.

Also like before, the output ports are not remembered as well. They are also not stored in the settings.dat, so I suspect this is intended.

Is there any option to start portsplitter with command line options on the smartphone version? I'd like to have my defaults in:com6 out:com7 + com8 for BT GPS or in:com3 out:com7 + com8 for virtualGPS at hand without a lot of driving around the menus.

Thanks again for this great little utility!

bye
tobbbie
:-)
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jaluna

148 Posts

Posted - 01 mars 2009 :  20:31:44  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Try to write under input port the name as "Com3", then do the 5 steps of my previous post. This must save the settings.

Regards, JAL,
http://www.gpsmeter.com/
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tobbbie

Germany
38 Posts

Posted - 01 mars 2009 :  21:18:43  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
There is no "autostart box" in the smartphone version :-(
Settings are saved on exit, but the output ports are not leaving a trace in the hex-data, only the sequence-number of the speed-setting and the input port is stored there (but input port is not selected upon restart of portsplitter).
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jaluna

148 Posts

Posted - 03 mars 2009 :  20:50:18  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello tobbbie,

ok, I have forgotten this... I think that in previous post the autostart button was removed, not remember why now... I have updated again only SP version. For simplicity, It will use always the autostart feature. Please test.


Regards, JAL,
http://www.gpsmeter.com/
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tobbbie

Germany
38 Posts

Posted - 03 mars 2009 :  22:22:34  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
YES - it works! THANK YOU :-)
Input and output are stored and restored automatically upon new start, GREAT.
thanks + bye
tobbbie
:-)
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musky

USA
226 Posts

Posted - 06 mars 2009 :  20:06:14  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi:
I am pulling my hair out trying to install PortSplitter to my HP iPaq 310.

I downloaded the latest WinCE 5.0 PortSplitter cab file, psce5.CE5_ARM.cab to the iPAQ and ran it from the iPAQ. I installed to the \ResidentFlash\iPAQ\OS\GAMES folder. I now have a folder called \ResidentFlash\iPAQ\OS\GAMES\Port Splitter. When I run Port Splitter I get the error message: Cannot find 'Port Splitter" (or one of its components). Make sure the path and filename are correct and that all the required libraries are available" <- (just love this message; what component is it looking for!!!)

the folder contains 2 files: Port Splitter.exe and extvsplit.dll

Reading back through this huge thread, I ran into some specualtion that spaces are not allowed, so I tried removing the spaces in the file path and filename, and then hacked the registry JAL entries to get the spaces out of there too, but that didn't work. Then, thinking that the problem was that the .dll was not found, I tried making copies of extvsplit.dll in the Windows root folder. this does not work.

Anyway, my first question would be, can somebody please give me a step by step tutorial on installing PortSplitter to the HP iPAQ 310? It would be most appreciated.

My second question would be how to hack myself out of the evidently botched installation I have here.
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jaluna

148 Posts

Posted - 06 mars 2009 :  20:54:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
yes, it's a problem of dll missing. We have talked about it in previous pages of this thread. they are aygshell.dll, coredll.dll and commctrl.dll. If some of these files are missing in your system, you will got this error message. There are also a link to hack the missing files.

Regards, JAL,
http://www.gpsmeter.com/
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