Project Release Information
This release re-adds "dailyrainin" for HTTP reporting. They do no computation based on hourly rain values. It fixes a typo in the wviewmgmt station.php file.
This release modifies HTTP rain submission (Wunderground and Weatherforyou) so only the "rainin" parameter is sent, so daily rain will be correct.
This release adds a new configuration option to disable using the Vantage Pro console archive records and instead autogenerate them from the LOOP data, modifies the WH1080 station interface to relax packet header requirements so it is compliant with more stations of this type, adds the configuration item "Default Wind Units" to the wviewmgmt generation page, adds support for all tags and graphics to use the selected wind units, lets the user select mph, m/s, knots, or km/h for the global default wind units in wview, and changes the minimum CWOP reporting interval from 10 to 5 minutes.
This release adds the "-f" argument to all processes so they can be run in the foreground (i.e. not as daemons). This will facilitate tracing and debugging wview processes from the command line. A "start-trace" command has been added to the wview start script examples. An rsyslog config file has been added to the Debian APT installation such that wview logs are placed in the file /var/log/wview.log. "99-wview.conf" has been added to the examples/rsyslog directory, and there are instructions for use in the source build section of the User Manual. The WH1080 station interface has been updated to better handle potential extraneous data on the USB bus.
This release adds more valid magic numbers for WH1080 stations.
wview is an application that controls a supported weather station to retrieve archive records and current conditions. Archive records may optionally be stored in a relational database (MySQL or PostgreSQL). At a user-defined interval, wview will use the archive history and current conditions to generate weather images (buckets and graphs) and Web pages based on configurable HTML templates. It supports serial and USB data loggers, as well as connectivity with a terminal server or serial server via TCP sockets.