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Re: Airbus A350XWB Development

Postby merspieler » Thu Jun 21, 2018 2:18 pm

it0uchpods wrote in Thu Jun 21, 2018 1:57 pm:I won't argue with you further, as it's pointless. (nor will I reply to further comments on the matter)

You've said that before... not only once.

it0uchpods wrote in Thu Jun 21, 2018 1:57 pm:In the English language, failure means "lack of success". You did not have success in understanding my writing, therefore it is a failure.

Engine failure == Engine lack of success???
I'm not a native speaker like you so when it comes to english language you're defenetly better than me... I take that as an opportunity to learn from those who are better and I will if they teach me something.

it0uchpods wrote in Thu Jun 21, 2018 1:57 pm:pass all contributions through quality control, and yes ours is rather tight, but only because we want to develop the best aircraft we can. [...] This is why we review every pull request, and reject work that does not match the real plane enough, or is not stable enough. In fact, I even took you up on it and merged into a separate branch, something I usually do not do.

I totally agree with that but then you shouldn't reject a PR from begin but just add a change request so the PR will meet your criteria. This can just result in a win-win cause the contributor learns your criterias better and you get the contribution, removing the need to do $thing your self.

it0uchpods wrote in Thu Jun 21, 2018 1:57 pm:Trust me, I have no wish to argue, but if you continue dissing me because of my style of development, what choice do I have? Should I just let you talk trash about me? I think not.

How about accepting that there's space for improvement (and maybe accepting some of them).
I don't do that to blame you but to help others to get to a point where they can say that they know how to run an OSS project sustainable with a transperent development process without beeing in your place where they get criticized for their managment. Of course there can always be some improfment but most of the possible of that should be minor or due to something new (for example a new tool) has been introduced.
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Re: Airbus A350XWB Development

Postby Hilti03 » Thu Jun 21, 2018 2:24 pm

it0uchpods: plz check discord.
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Re: Airbus A350XWB Development

Postby cossack90 » Mon Jan 07, 2019 10:17 pm

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Re: Airbus A350XWB Development

Postby merspieler » Tue Jan 08, 2019 3:04 am

cossack90: Note that this is a FGMEMBER problem. You're probably won't find anyone, who'd fix it, here.

For more information on FG and FGMEMBERS see this post.
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Re: Airbus A350XWB Development

Postby cossack90 » Tue Jan 08, 2019 9:57 am

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Re: Airbus A350XWB Development

Postby legoboyvdlp » Tue Jan 08, 2019 12:05 pm

To the contrary - there are quite a few here with FGMEMBER commit permissions... nevertheless, it would seem that FGMEMBERS (at least the people who started it) is pretty much inactive given they don't seem to be pulling from FGADDON anymore.

I'll have a look at the A350 later on today.
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Re: Airbus A350XWB Development

Postby cossack90 » Thu Jan 10, 2019 4:40 pm

legoboyvdlp wrote in Tue Jan 08, 2019 12:05 pm:I'll have a look at the A350 later on today.


any news?
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Re: Airbus A350XWB Development

Postby legoboyvdlp » Thu Jan 10, 2019 4:55 pm

I have already updated the autopilot, but I have to tune it.

I am attempting to correct the tanks - however, when I remove a tank in the JSBSIM file FlightGear crashes...?
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Re: Airbus A350XWB Development

Postby wkitty42 » Thu Jan 10, 2019 5:09 pm

the JSBSim file is an XML file, right? have you tried loading it in a browser to see if there are any tag errors? maybe xmllint might find something?
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Re: Airbus A350XWB Development

Postby legoboyvdlp » Thu Jan 10, 2019 5:38 pm

Yep - no errors are reported; everything looks fine!
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Re: Airbus A350XWB Development

Postby wkitty42 » Thu Jan 10, 2019 9:37 pm

i mean did you check it after removing a tank that causes FG to crash?
"You get more air close to the ground," said Angalo. "I read that in a book. You get lots of air low down, and not much when you go up."
"Why not?" said Gurder.
"Dunno. It's frightened of heights, I guess."
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Re: Airbus A350XWB Development

Postby legoboyvdlp » Fri Jan 11, 2019 9:43 am

Yes, I did: everything looks fine.
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Re: Airbus A350XWB Development

Postby legoboyvdlp » Fri Jan 11, 2019 11:31 am

Here is the actual code:

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    <tank type="FUEL">
      <!-- Left Tank (Wing tip Ventilation Surge) -->
      <location unit="IN">
        <x> 534 </x>
        <y> -1274 </y>
        <z> 207 </z>
      </location>
      <capacity unit="LBS"> 300 </capacity>
      <contents unit="LBS"> 0 </contents>
      <priority>0</priority>
      <type>JET-A1</type>
      <temperature>50</temperature>
    </tank>
    <tank type="FUEL">
      <!-- Left Tank (Inner) -->
      <location unit="IN">
        <x> -41 </x>
        <y> -333 </y>
        <z> 51 </z>
      </location>
      <capacity unit="LBS"> 52238 </capacity>
      <contents unit="LBS"> 30000 </contents>
      <standpipe unit="LBS">31</standpipe>
      <!-- minimun fuel on pipes -->
      <priority>2</priority>
      <type>JET-A1</type>
      <temperature>50</temperature>
    </tank>
    <tank type="FUEL">
      <!-- Center Tank -->
      <location unit="IN">
        <x> -183.46 </x>
        <y> 0 </y>
        <z> -59.05 </z>
      </location>
      <capacity unit="LBS"> 145366 </capacity>
      <contents unit="LBS"> 64000 </contents>
      <standpipe unit="LBS">43</standpipe>
      <!-- minimun fuel on pipes -->
      <priority>1</priority>
      <type>JET-A1</type>
      <temperature>50</temperature>
    </tank>
    <tank type="FUEL">
      <!-- Right Tank (Inner) -->
      <location unit="IN">
        <x> -41 </x>
        <y> 333 </y>
        <z> 51 </z>
      </location>
      <capacity unit="LBS"> 52238 </capacity>
      <contents unit="LBS"> 30000 </contents>
      <standpipe unit="LBS">31</standpipe>
      <!-- minimun fuel on pipes -->
      <priority>2</priority>
      <type>JET-A1</type>
      <temperature>50</temperature>
    </tank>
    <tank type="FUEL">
      <!-- Right Tank (Wing tip Ventilation Surge) -->
      <location unit="IN">
        <x> 534 </x>
        <y> 1274 </y>
        <z> 207 </z>
      </location>
      <capacity unit="LBS"> 300 </capacity>
      <contents unit="LBS"> 0 </contents>
      <priority>0</priority>
      <type>JET-A1</type>
      <temperature>50</temperature>
    </tank>
    <tank type="FUEL">
      <!-- LEFT FUEL PIPES (Engine 1 feed from this) -->
      <location unit="IN">
        <x> -320 </x>
        <y> -409 </y>
        <z> -128 </z>
      </location>
      <capacity unit="LBS"> 100 </capacity>
      <contents unit="LBS"> 100 </contents>
      <priority>1</priority>
      <type>JET-A1</type>
    </tank>
    <tank type="FUEL">
      <!-- RIGHT FUEL PIPES (Engine 2 feed from this) -->
      <location unit="IN">
        <x> -320 </x>
        <y> 409 </y>
        <z> -128 </z>
      </location>
      <capacity unit="LBS"> 100 </capacity>
      <contents unit="LBS"> 100 </contents>
      <priority>1</priority>
      <type>JET-A1</type>
    </tank>







@cossak,

I updated the a350 autopilot and fuel, please download the aircraft again.
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Re: Airbus A350XWB Development

Postby wkitty42 » Fri Jan 11, 2019 2:35 pm

looks simple enough... gotta wonder what caused the crash when removing one tank... dunno how they are tied together in the FDM, though... possibly more than one place needed edits to remove a tank?
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Re: Airbus A350XWB Development

Postby Octal450 » Fri Jan 11, 2019 4:41 pm

Make sure none of your engines are pulling from a non-existant tank. Remember they start from 0.

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