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Doc and comments: some typos & small additions

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Matteo Cypriani 5 years ago
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COPYRIGHT.t2t View File

@@ -6,6 +6,7 @@ Copyright:
2013 Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (Canada)
2007-2012 Université de Franche-Comté (France)


The following people contributed writing this software:
- //2007-2013// Matteo Cypriani
- //2011// François Spies
@@ -15,8 +16,10 @@ The following people contributed writing this software:
- //2008// Soumaya Zirari
- //2007// Pierre-Frédéric Rossel


Corresponding author: Matteo Cypriani <mcy@lm7.fr>


For a detailed view of each author's contribution, please have a look at
the Git history:
http://git.lm7.fr/?p=owlps.git

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TODO.t2t View File

@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ Work to do in OwlPS
- Known Doxygen problems:
- Struct member fields are not documented with INLINE_SIMPLE_STRUCTS
http://bugs.debian.org/725122
- Ugly NAME (new line)
- Ugly NAME (new line) in libraries' man pages
http://bugs.debian.org/630020
- Missing spaces around const
http://bugs.debian.org/630018

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doc/owlps-deployment.t2t View File

@@ -204,6 +204,8 @@ The final ``"$@"`` parameter of the script allows you to call this
script with parameters to set additional options or modify the ones you
specified in the script.

You can do something similar for OwlPS UDP-to-HTTP.





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doc/owlps.t2t View File

@@ -79,7 +79,7 @@ If you would like to contribute to OwlPS, you can:
There is no precise timeline for OwlPS, but the file TODO.t2t lists a
bunch of things that should be addressed at some point. A development
point release is made after some work has been done, usually mainly on a
particular topic. Usually such a release represents between 30 and 50
particular topic. Usually such a release represents between 30 and 90
commits.

A stable release is made when a major goal has been reached and the
@@ -156,6 +156,9 @@ formats, etc., are pointed out in the ``CHANGELOG`` file.
- Project manager (source code, bug reports, documentation):
http://code.lm7.fr/p/owlps/

- Experimentations using OwlPS:
http://git.lm7.fr/?p=owlps-experiments.git





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libowlps/libowlps.c View File

@@ -45,7 +45,8 @@ bool owl_run = true ;
* Converts a MAC address from bytes to character string.
* The string is allocated in a static buffer, and will be overwritten
* each time this function is called.
* **This function is not thread-safe!**
* **This function is not thread-safe!** Please use the reentrant version
* owl_mac_bytes_to_string_r() if concurrent calls are possible.
*
* @returns A pointer to the static buffer containing the character
* string. This pointer must *not* be freed manually by the caller.

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owlps-positioner/cfg/owlps-positioner.conf View File

@@ -185,7 +185,7 @@ mobile-csv-file = /usr/local/etc/owlps/mobiles.csv
# the path defined here should "link" (include) all the capture points
# that are going to be used for this kind of autocalibration.
# In the string, the values are separated by semicolons, and each group
# of coordinates can optionnaly be surrounded by parenthesis. The two
# of coordinates can optionally be surrounded by parenthesis. The two
# following examples, which declare a path following the points (1;1;1),
# (10;1;1) and (10;10;1), are equivalent:
#generated-line-path = (1;1;1);(10;1;1);(10;10;1)
@@ -198,7 +198,7 @@ mobile-csv-file = /usr/local/etc/owlps/mobiles.csv

# When generate-reference-points includes "list", the list of reference
# points declared here is be generated. In the string, the values are
# separated by semicolons, and each group of coordinates can optionnaly
# separated by semicolons, and each group of coordinates can optionally
# be surrounded by parenthesis. The two following examples, which
# declare the points (1;2;1) and (4;2.5;1), are equivalent:
#generated-points-list = (1;2;1);(4;2.5;1)

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